What you will need:
* Vitamins and Supplements
* To Stay Active
* Witch hazel
* Green concealer
What you need to do:
Don't feel bad if you get spider veins. You can get them from hormonal changes, like during pregnancy, or taking a birth control pill. You can get them from poor circulation, exposure to sunlight, or just plain genetics.
Tip 1. Get Active
You want to increase circulation in your whole body so that the blood that is pooled in these veins gets pushed through so they are less noticeable. Walk, jog, or work out daily to keep your blood pumping well.
Tip 2. Vitamins and Supplements
You can try to take certain vitamins and supplements to help counteract your spider veins. Fish oils are proven to increase circulation. Ginko Biloba also boosts circulation and helps more oxygen get to the tissues in your body. Vitamin K helps with circulation as well. Vitamin C, used in many moisturizers will help with the surface of your skin. Talk to your doctor if you are unsure of taking any of these supplements.
Tip 3. Witch Hazel
This is an astringent that can be used on the surface of your skin to help decrease the look of spider veins. Put some on a cotton ball and dab it onto areas with spider veins.
Tip 4. Green Tinted Concealer
Use green concealer on the surface of your skin over top of spider veins. The green color neutralizes the red and will make them less noticeable. If the spider veins are on your face, you will want to apply your makeup as usual over top of the green tinted concealer.