Couperosis - small, red veins on the face
Skin changes, such as visible veins on the facial skin, should be clarified by a dermatologist.
This may be dilated veins (couperose), rosacea, an allergic reaction or another skin condition.
Veins on your face? Be careful with home remedies!
Home remedies are not suitable to eliminate such skin damage, but usually worsen the course of the disease.
Rosacea often starts with red veins. Inflammation, pustules and swelling then appear.
The earlier skin diseases are diagnosed and treated by a specialist, the less the skin is damaged by them.
If, for example, the veins are not yet too pronounced, the treatment can be carried out using medical flash lamps or LEDs.
If the blood vessels are clearly visible, heat devices and Laser are used. In addition, special creams can soften the veins and cover them at the same time, and they also protect the skin from the sun's rays. Heat (sauna), severe cold,
Sun and alcohol consumption, as well as oily creams containing alcohol, have a counterproductive effect and should therefore be avoided.