Posted on August 3rd, 2022 by Texas Vein & Wellness Institute
Your veins are responsible for transporting the deoxygenated blood back to your heart. For some, especially those with darker complexions, it may be hard to see the veins beneath your skin. For others with lighter complexions, though, purplish, blueish or greenish-hued veins can be seen in the hands, arms and legs.
Veins can appear alongside symptoms like itching or tingling and be a sign of a medical issue. Most often, though, visible veins are simply a cosmetic concern.
Your veins could be visible for several reasons:
Depending on the cause, something as simple as taking a break from the heat or wearing compression stockings can help reduce the appearance of your veins. Other times, you may need treatment to help make your veins less visible.
There are several different treatment options available, including:
Have any questions about how you can make your veins less noticeable? The team at Texas Vein & Wellness Institute is here to help. Give us a call at 281-888-1464 or schedule a consultation online.