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Vascular Lesions
Spider veins on the face are thin or damaged veins making them visible. This is usually more common in people with light skin (skin type I, II, III). The causes for this vary condition can be attributed to genetics, hormones, sun exposure, and consumption of alcohol. Alcohol opens up your blood vessels, which, in the long term, can burst, leading to permanent spider veins on your face. Making healthy lifestyle choices such as avoiding excessive alcohol and maintaining a healthy diet can slow the effects of aging to keep your body healthy. These veins aren’t known to be painful but can cause mild discomfort.
The Treatments That We Offer At YHVH Medical Aesthetics Are:
Frequently Asked Questions
While it’s true that you can suffer from broken blood vessels at any age, most people start to see their first spider veins at the age of 30. If they’re hereditary, they can appear even sooner. Approximately 55% of women and 45% of men suffer from this condition.

Spider veins are prone to getting worse over time, so most of the time, they won’t go away on their own. However, spider veins aren’t necessarily permanent and can disappear over time. However, if they do fade, it’ll take them several years to go away, so seeking our professional help is recommended.