1. Get better circulation
Getting circulation throughout your body (especially in your legs) is crucial to help you get rid of spider veins so to get more circulation…
2. Lose Weight
Being overweight will put more pressure on your legs leading to spider veins so Going here to lose weight will help take off much of the pressure on your legs and get rid of spider veins.
3. Use Compression stockings
Compression stockings also help improve your circulation by squeezing your legs during the day and…
You don't need a prescription to wear compression stockings but only your doctor will be able to tell you how long you need to wear them to reduce the appearance of spider veins.
4. Get a massage
A massage is another way you can improve circulation to help you get rid of spider veins.
5. Sleep on your back with legs elevated
Placing a pillow under your legs as you sleep on your back is another way to increase circulation and relieve enough pressure on your legs to get rid of spider veins.
6. Get more antioxidants in your diet
More antioxidants in your diet will help you maintain strong & healthy veins. See foods high in antioxidants
7. Take a citrus bioflavonoid complex
Citrus bioflavonoids that have hesperidin, rutin, and diosmin will help reduce spider veins by strengthening the walls of veins and you can also get Citrus bioflavonoids from oranges and grapefruits.
8. Do Leg toning exercises
9. Apple Cider Vinegar
For this home remedy you simply rub Apple Cider Vinegar on your spider veins or you can place a cloth wrapped in Apple Cider Vinegar on your legs for 30 minutes to reduce the appearance of spider veins.
10. Get More Spicy
If you include spices such as garlic, ginger & cayenne in your diet you will break down the fibrin which is the hard lumpy stuff around your varicose veins.
6 more tips to prevent spider veins…
1. Don't drink so much alcohol
Alcohol causes your blood vessels to dilate and over time… Excessive drinking of alcohol may cause your veins to dilate permanently leading to spider veins.
2. Uncross your legs
Don't sit with your legs crossed for a long time because it can cut off circulation causing you to get spider veins
3. Limit your salt
Too much salt in your diet is one of the major causes of spider veins
4. Don't smoke
Studies have shown that smokers are more likely to get spider veins
5. Don't wear high heels
Heels put too much stress on your veins by putting your legs in an unnatural position.
6. Use Sunscreen
Go here to see how to use sunscreen but sun damage will only make your spider veins look worse and if you don't want to use sunscreen everyday then make sure you cover up while out in the sun or avoid going outside in the sun as much as you can.