In previous articles, we have explored the many undesirable symptoms of swollen varicose veins and how they impact your day-to-day life. Symptoms of varicose veins include swelling and cramping, bulging veins, discolouration, soreness, heaviness and even rashes in some cases. One effect that you may
Cloud 9 Skin Solutions caught up with Celebrity Facialist Elizabeth Caroline for her best skin tips, including advice on breakouts and eczema. What are the most common skin concerns that your customers ask for help with? Anti-ageing concerns always seem to be at the top
Acne, spots, pimples or breakouts. Whatever you call them, it always adds up to the same thing; discomfort, pain, and stress. Most people have experienced spots at some stage whether you’re male or female, a teenager or older. Although in the grand scheme of things
When we sleep, our skin is repairing itself at an increased rate, which can be noticeable when blood vessels dilate under your eyes. This is how dark circles start to form. Lack of sleep can have a major effect on appearance as you in effect
We’ve had many customers ask us why varicose veins are more prominent in warmer weather. Now that last week’s frost is behind us and we can look ahead to some sunshine (hopefully!), we have decided to take a look at whether this is a myth
Varicose veins are thick, large, swollen blood vessels that are often twisted and turned. They are most commonly seen in the legs, often in the calf area and are visible through the skin. Spider veins are smaller veins that are often red, purple and/or blue.
Nature has a way of surprising us with the various plants, seeds and fruits and their hidden benefits to our skin, digestion, hair, and wellbeing. One such miracle natural seed is the horse chestnut or as we call it here in the UK, the conker.
We often have customers ask us why their veins have suddenly appeared or why they are increasing in size/ visibility. The truth is that there are many factors that can contribute, which we have discussed at length in previous posts. There are methods of reducing
Recently we looked at cycling and how it affects varicose veins. We discovered that, in fact, cycling boosted circulation in the legs and had positive effects on reducing symptoms of varicose veins. Today, we look closer at swimming as an activity and whether it is
Many people have noted strange protrusions on the back of Tour de France cyclists’ legs. One in particular suffered from a case of clustered veins, which has scared people across the globe. He did suffer from a particularly bad case of varicose veins, but it