What Causes Spider Veins?
Thread veins or spider veins can be caused by any of the following factors: pregnancy hormones, genetics,
overexposure to sunlight, cuts, etc. If you're feeling conscious about the appearance of web-like or broken
veins on your face or on your body, it's possible to get them removed with treatment.
We highly advise that you sign up for a free consultation with a CoLaz expert who will be able to determine
which treatment is best for your condition.
What Causes Varicose Veins?
During a body's cardiac cycle, blood is pumped into the lungs, and during the next cycle, it is pumped back
around the rest of the body. When blood travels through the lung, it is oxygenated from the air we breathe
which is then distributed accordingly. As the blood travels to the liver and kidneys, any toxins are removed
from the blood.
Veins are the body’s hosepipe’s that flow from the bottom up toward your heart where there’s a small valve.
When veins work well, the blood travels up and the valve closes. When it doesn’t work well, the blood gets
backed up instead of moving north. When blood flows in the wrong direction because of a valve incompetence,
it can collect in the veins of the legs and cause the veins to become swollen. This activity, known as
venous insufficiency, can cause both spider veins and varicose veins.