Health panel: How can I get rid of unsightly thread veins? | Life and style | The Guardian
Broken blood vessels on the face are enlarged blood vessels that occur just beneath the surface of the skin. The resulting red, web-shaped appearance gives them their common name, spider veins. Spider veins are commonly found on the face or legs, though they may appear anywhere on the body. Other than their appearance, spider veins do not cause any other symptoms. In this article, we look at the causes and treatments of broken blood vessels on the face, as well as home remedies and when to see a doctor.
Been very ill with autoimmune issues and after being on deaths door and my face showed it ; this has helped significantly with the eyes and overall appearance. Got it for a badly bruised face with a fall and now continue to use for better skin. Yes, absolutely!
Linear Cautery By cauterising the tiny blood vessel with microwaves at various intervals along its path, we can interrupt its flow and thereby its own supply of nutrients and oxygen. We have a little advance on this technique now, with the use of the Surgitron. This machine uses high frequency radio waves rather than electricity and appears to be more precise and less painful than the electrolysis machines. There is no real down time and most people can return to work immediately but be wary of some tiny pepper dot marks.