The so-called spider veins are tiny, dilated veins under the surface of the skin.
The can be blue, violet or red and are clearly visible on the skin as what many would call blemishes.
Even when they're in the form of varicose veins they are still harmless. These two applications can help you rid your ugly little veins for good. You only need what everyone has at home.
Buy green tomatoes, cut them in slices and lay them on the skin wherever you have spider veins. Most are found on the thighs or calves. It is very important that the tomatoes are not ripe because only the green ones will be used. The unripe tomatoes have a substance in them that is very important for treating spider veins, which with the maturing of tomatoes is broken down - solanine.
Solanine is an alkaloid, or natural poison, which is found in both unripe tomatoes and also germinating potatoes, so it is highly recommended not to eat them. In traditional medicine this alkaloid had a rather permanent place in the external treatment of skin diseases and the healing effect is long lasting. Simply leave the tomato or potato slices on the skin for 2-3 minutes. After removing the vegetable you should apply a moisturising lotion to your skin because solanine dehydrates the skin. Repeat this process daily for 10 days. By the end your spider veins should be gone.
Apply a little apple vinegar on a cotton ball and dab it onto the air of your skin that you wish to rid of spider veins. Repeat the process 3 times per day for 4 weeks. After these 4 weeks (or possibly earlier) you should be able to see your result.
Careful: If your spider veins are on your face or another sensitive location, then it's preferable not to use apple vinegar because all vinegars piques the skin and can cause an irritation.
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