National Health Institutes reports that 60 percent of all men and women are suffering from some type of vein disorder. Twisted vessels of the facial spider veins are orange, red, and blue, usually seen on the face and legs. This mutation in the vein is similar to that of varicose veins. The only difference is that varicose veins with lots of turns and twists are higher, wider, and swelled blood vessels while spider veins are smaller.
Spider veins, the more subtle red or blue tracings that can show up on the surface of the skin like kinky spider webs, are a minor type of varicose veins and can precede the creation of the more unsightly variant or trigger their own cosmetic concerns. Telangiectasia's causes are unclear, but researchers suspect they may be genetic, environmental, or a combination of both. Chronic sun exposure and excessive heat or cold are considered to be the most common causes of Telangiectasia. By breaking down collagen under the skin, sun exposure will make the spider veins worse.
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