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How Exercise Promotes Healthy Veins

How Exercise Promotes Healthy Veins

In this blog we break down the connection between exercise and healthy veins. We'll cover everything you need to know, including which exercises are best for you. Exercise promotes a healthy body. It aids in strengthening your immune system, increases weight loss, and...

Winter Leg Care

Winter Leg Care

We all know the drill. Once the winter chill sneaks in, it's easy to lack moisture and mobility in our lives. Our skin gets drier and our muscles get tighter. This means our legs need extra attention and care during the winter months. You may have noticed your skin...

Top Foods That Improve Circulation and Vein Health (Updated 2021)

Top Foods That Improve Circulation and Vein Health (Updated 2021)

Some foods make more of an impact on vein health than others. That is why we have compiled a list of the best power foods to eat for your circulation. Restless legs and arms, swollen veins, and skin discoloration. If these symptoms are a daily occurrence for you, you...

Navigating the Skincare: Secrets of Serums

Navigating the Skincare: Secrets of Serums

With the skincare and cosmetic industry booming at $145 billion and releasing new lotions, cremes, and serums every day, it's easy to get lost. But with a helpful guide to skincare serums, you’ll be able to walk down that skincare aisle with confidence. If you haven't...

Varicose Veins: It’s a Guy Thing

Varicose Veins: It’s a Guy Thing

Although many people think varicose veins only happen to women, it is in fact an equal-opportunity affliction. According to Stanford Hospital and Clinics, half of the general population suffers from venous disease. Roughly 45% of that half is male. The Cleveland...

Chemical Peels for Acne Scars

Chemical Peels for Acne Scars

When it comes to acne, getting a pimple is just the tip of the iceberg. Luckily, there are a lot of ways to reduce or eliminate breakouts fast. Face washes, acne creams, and even medication can help. But for many, it's the acne aftermath of scars causes concern. And...

Why Menopause Increases Your Risk of Varicose Veins

Why Menopause Increases Your Risk of Varicose Veins

Menopause dramatically reduces the amount of estrogen and progesterone produced in the ovaries. Because of that, women over 50 are at a higher risk of developing varicose veins. Estrogen and progesterone contribute significantly to the health of women's capillaries...

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