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Question: visible temple veins
|big_kabasa - Sun Nov 27, 2005 12:30 am|
in the temple area of my face there are visible temple veins it is not spider vein they look like normal healthy veins it just bothers me that they are visible can somebody please help me?
|Glitzy - Fri Jan 20, 2006 4:57 am|
I have spider veins AND vericose veins that are very visible on my legs. I'm only 24, it's genetic. From what I was told I could have saline injections to reduce the appearance of the veins every so often which I haven't followed through with (yet). Talk to your doctor or dermatologist and see what they recommend.
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