Leg veins such as varicose veins and spider veins are often frustrating and embarrassing. These unsightly streaks on your lower legs likely prevent you from wearing shorts, sundresses or putting on a swimsuit, but they may also cause you pain. Varicose veins typically come with symptoms such as aching, throbbing legs that bruise easily, itch or burn. Luckily, there are a few ways to get rid of these veins and ease your discomfort.
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Rosacea is a common skin condition that affects millions of Americans. It typically causes redness, irritation, and red bumps to develop from time-to-time on a person's face. While there is not a cure for Rosacea, there are treatment options that can help it immensely. Find out more about the condition and how our dermatologist can treat it in this infographic:
Varicose veins can make you feel very self-conscious about your legs. These bulging veins are usually deep purple in color. Varicose veins can cramp and ache, or they may cause numbness in that area. If you have smaller, wispier leg veins, you may have spider veins. This second type is generally less noticeable than the former.
Skin Temper Tantrums
Rosacea can be like a defiant teen at times. Just when you need your skin to behave, it decides to glow like Rudolph and break out. In some ways you can liken Rosacea to skin temper tantrums.
No cure, but you can control
So what do you do? Rosacea is chronic – meaning it’s a condition that really doesn’t have a sure cure, but it can be controlled in a way to make sure it doesn’t rule your life.