If you’re over 35 and a woman, then the chances are you have at least one unsightly spider vein. Spider veins are small, thin (spidery) dilated blood vessels that appear near the surface of the skin.
I have mild rosacea (a chronic inflammatory skin condition) and spider veins are a common occurrence for me and fellow sufferers. There are two tiny spider veins on my chin, they’re easily covered by concealer, but it would be nice to try to faint their appearance and not have to conceal them at all.
REMESCAR SPIDER VEINS TREATMENT
Remescar Spider Veins is a unique medical treatment that is clinically proven to help the healing and prevention of spider veins.
It forms a long-lasting protective shield over and around the affected area which means the cream has a prolonged contact time with the skin and therefore the healing process accelerates.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
The formula contains Microlens Coated Crystals which instantly give the skin a smoother appearance with less imperfections. Remescar Spider Veins helps repair weak vein tissues and reduces the vascular discolouration, too.
By providing structural support, Remescar Spider Veins will also prevent the formation of new spider veins and increase microcirculation.
HOW TO USE
Massage the pale green cream in until completely absorbed.
Apply twice a day for 2 to 3 months. The 50ml tube will easily last 3 months.
You can wear it under make up, but allow it to work and don’t layer with any other skin care moisturisers/treatments.
Remescar Spider Veins Cream 50ml £29.95 Boots/Lloyds Pharmacy
Just spotted this, Superdrug are currently (18/3/16) selling it for £19.95.
This is a long term trial, but it’s completely do-able, just a light massage in every morning and evening on the affected areas. I like the fact that I can dab on make up over it too.