Many kinds of spider veins can become very unsightly, especially when they are on your face and nose. Learning how to get rid of spider veins on your nose and face can go along way in improving your appearance and self-esteem. Because spider veins are formed due to engorged veins and increased pressure in the area, it is possible to reverse the symptoms and make the condition diminish.
By starting a daily routine of massaging your nose, you can increase the blood flow to the area allowing your capillaries to accept more blood. Using firm pressure (not pinching) in a motion that massages your nose in all the affected areas for at least 2 minutes, can over time reduce the symptoms.
Purchase a high-quality vitamin K cream or ointment, which is available at your local health food store, drugstore, beauty store or online. Vitamin K naturally improves skin health and has an ability to strengthen your capillaries, allowing blood to flow easier. As the blood vessels in your nose become stronger they are less likely to become engorged. Reducing the pressure in your nose will eventually make the spider veins vanish.
Begin an exercise program and consistently spend at least 30 minutes each day on exercises that improve your blood circulation. Continual exercise throughout the week can improve circulation throughout your body and flush out the engorged vessels in your nose. Moving increased blood-flow through the spider veins can in time reduce or eliminate the condition.
One of the main causes of spider veins on the nose is a lack of protection from the sun. Make sure you purchase a high-SPF sunscreen that has the ability to block out a broad-spectrum of the suns rays. Additionally, you should consider wearing a wide brimmed hat to protect you from direct sunlight. It’s never too late to begin protecting your skin from the harmful rays of the sun.
If the spider veins in your nose are too much to handle, consider visiting your dermatology physician to talk about laser therapy for your nose. Laser ablation is one way to instantly improve the appearance of unsightly spider veins. During a laser treatment session at the doctor’s office the spider veins will be “hit” with the laser.
The process will then scar the inside of the blood vessel and in time shut down its ability to accept any more blood. As it will no longer be able to function to distribute blood throughout your nose, it will begin to diminish. Within time the unsightly blood vessel will be absorbed into the body, removing the unsightly condition from your face.