Last Modified on Apr 28, 2014
Cure broken capillaries naturally and look better with these natural treatments contributed by our readers! They have told us how they got rid of those red blotchy marks on their faces or legs with natural vein treatments. No one wants to have to try to hide them all the time.
What Causes Broken Capillaries (telangiectasia rosacea)?
Capillaries are small and fine, part of the circulatory system and connect veins and arteries. Capillaries 'job' is to exchange water, oxygen, nutrients, and waste between cell tissue and the circulatory system. (Arteries carry blood to the cells and back to the heart.) Capillaries are fragile and break when damaged, usually leaving those red blotchy marks we hate on faces and legs. Broken capillaries seldom fix themselves and require some form of spider vein treatment to remove them.
What NOT To Do -- Prevention is the Best Treatment!
- Don't wash your face too vigorously. Excessively hot water can also be damaging.
- Don't expose your skin to the sun too long and apply sunscreen.
- Don't drink too much alcohol. It can increase blood pressure and cause broken facial capillaries to dilate.
- Do -- Protect your face as much as possible -- an injury can cause broken capillaries and red blotches.
Vitamin C and Lysine
Some readers report that after taking these natural supplements they saw that the veins were fading. It's an inexpensive remedy.
Natural Vitamin E Oil
Natural Vitamin E Oil applied topically will help protect and repair broken veins. Vitamin E may also be taken as a supplement. Be sure to get Natural Vitamin E - d-alpha tocopherol (synthetic Vitamin E is 'dl-alpha....')
Grape Seed Extract
Grape seed extract has cured blotchy veins as reported by our readers.
Natural cures have successfully faded broken capillaries for many of our readers. These natural remedies are inexpensive and easy to do. Let us know if you try any of these remedies to fix broken capillaries. If you know of a cure that isn't listed here, please feel free to share it with us.
[YEA] I just really wanted to share this info I have just discovered about myself. For the past 5 years I have had small broken capillaries on my chest that has spread to my face and even my arms, Its become quite embarressing. I am an avid red wine drinker. Pretty much my drink of choice , I spent a couple of weeks drinking beer instead and noticed my (spots) were a tad lighter, so I decided to give wine a break. It's now been a month and a half since I had a glass of wine. Major improvements! Apparently I'm allergic to the sulfites in wine, its a total self diagnosis but I can tell a major difference. I would recommend doing the research if you are having broken veins. One of the 1st reactions of people with a sulfite allergy is irritated skin. I truely believe this is my culprit. It's a bummer because I love my wine! There are sulfite free wines out there that I am soon going to try!
[YEA] I was diagnosed with small vessel capilaritis - red spots on my legs that look like pupura. They would appear almost on a daily basis and take a week to fully heal and fade away. I went to 12 doctors and no one could tell me what to do for them. I found an article on the internet that suggested that oligomeric procyanidins OPCs have shown to improve capillary vessel strength.
I have been taking grape seed extract supplements (from the local health food store) for about two years now and have virtually no capilaritis now. I want to share this with people because it seems that most doctors do not know of anything you can for this condition. These grape seed supplements have helped me greatly. Andy
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