When most people spot a spider, they do at least one of the following: frown, shriek, grab a weapon, call for backup, or jump on the nearest piece of furniture. It’s difficult to greet a spider calmly and pleasantly, especially when it shows up somewhere unexpected. However, in many ways, spider veins are even less
Varicose veins develop when the valves that pump blood toward the heart become missing or damaged, making blood pool in the veins. Most often occurring in the legs, the condition is typically painful and indicated with red or bluish-purple veins that are raised and swollen. Varicose veins appear in over 50% of Americans aged 50
Strolling along the beach with your toes in the sand. Picnicking barefoot in the cool grass. Sitting beside the lake and splashing your feet in the water. Snapping along the street in your flip-flops. Laughing at the tan lines on your feet after a long day in the sun. Without a doubt, summer is the
Most children can only clearly see their veins in particular spots—the inner wrist, the inner elbow, the foot—which makes them somewhat mysterious. Unfortunately, our veins tend to become more prominent (and less elusive) as we age. Skin translucency, body fat, exercise, pregnancy, blood circulation, weight loss, and medications can all affect the visibility of your
Very few adult women are completely satisfied with the amount of hair on their body. We wax our legs, pluck our eyebrows, bleach our facial hair, and shave our armpits, though the methods and areas of concern vary from woman to woman. And unfortunately, the hair never stops growing, which means the process never ends.
Are you ready to toss out your razor, throw away your bleaching kit, and cancel your next waxing appointment? Try laser hair removal! It’s becoming more and more popular all the time, and for good reason. Laser hair removal procedures are safe, effective, and comfortable. Whether you want to remove the hair on your upper
After spending countless hours plucking, shaving, dying, and waxing, laser hair removal can be a godsend. It’s safe, it’s effective, and it can help you reduce unwanted hair. However, the word “laser” doesn’t exactly comfort prospective patients. It’s especially difficult to trust if you can’t comprehend how a laser could reduce hair growth. Understanding a