Varicose veins affect less than 25 to 30% of women and men. They appear on the legs and feet as swollen and unattractive layers of knotted veins. The veins are in the surface layer of the skin. Varicose veins disturb many people who suffer from this disease and are known to contribute to feelings of depression and a poor body image. Varicose veins are not only unsightly, they can also cause pain and itching.
People suffering from this disease may want immediate and simple solutions that mask the problem in a non-invasive cosmetic way.
Cosmetic applications to hide the sight of varicose veins
1: Corrector / camouflage cream
You can apply cosmetic concealer on your legs to camouflage the appearance of uneven contours and make your legs look smooth and even.
There are special camouflage creams on the market that have been specially developed to hide rough, unclean skin. A notable brand is Keromask, which was previously available as a prescription medical cream and is available in department stores in the United Kingdom and the United States. The texture of the cream is neither thick nor heavy; Instead, it is surprisingly light, looks natural, and provides full coverage.
Other similar camouflage creams are available which look completely natural and are suitable for conditions such as scars, vitiligo, rosacea, acne, and eczema.
A cream or foundation is popular with users for several reasons:
· It can be applied to any part of the body
It is hypoallergenic for sensitive skin and lasts all day
It can be used at home in minutes and acts as a sunscreen outside
It is available in a wide range of colors to achieve a perfect match and camouflage
Varicose veins do not respond well to topical ointments, lotions, and creams that claim to treat the condition. Due to the nature of this disorder, it is highly unlikely that the veins (with a valve defect) will only go away with cream.
2: compression stockings
They are great for retaining swollen veins and are generally the first treatment of choice by health care providers. Compression tubes or stockings can relieve some of the symptoms associated with the condition, such as heaviness, pain, swelling, and itching.
The stockings circulate blood through the leg more efficiently and may reduce the risk of blood clots if you sit or stand for hours.
The stockings have been scientifically developed to compress certain areas of the leg. They provide a firmer grip around the ankles, then gradually become lighter, less pressure on the leg. As a result, blood flow is directed through the veins to the heart, which reduces blood flow and accumulates the veins.
Over-the-counter hoses are available at lesser resistance stores and at different prices. They generally offer fewer levels of compression than prescription options.
Scientists believe that varicose veins work in families. As a result, some people are more likely to develop the disease than others. The risk factors for the development of the disease are obesity, pregnancy and working conditions. Camouflage creams and compressed stockings can help. They are designed to give you the support you deserve, both emotionally and physically.