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Skin Lines and Bumps: Wrinkles and Varicose Veins

Last updated 3 years ago

Whether from wrinkles or spider veins, the lines and bumps that appear on the skin can cause alarm and frustration. Age, genetics and environmental factors can all affect the tone, texture and appearance of the skin, and working with your dermatologist can help you learn more about how certain skin conditions develop and how they can be treated.

  • Swollen or discolored blood vessels can mar the surface of otherwise-smooth skin. If you suffer from spider veins or varicose veins, ask your dermatologist about treatment options that can eliminate them or at least minimize their appearance. Learn more about spider and varicose veins with this dermatology guide from WebMD.
  • Spending time at work may not affect your stress levels alone. If your job requires you to stand for long periods of time, you could be more likely to develop spider veins. Read more about the connection between work and health with this article from Redbook magazine.
  • For women with laugh lines and other facial wrinkles, Botox can be an effective way to smooth the skin. To ensure that your Botox treatments will result in the intended effects, seek out a qualified and reputable dermatologist to help you avoid illegal Botox scams.
  • How does Botox work? Where can it be injected? The Botox website can answer these questions and more about the injectable. Talk to your dermatologist for more information about whether Botox may be an effective treatment for you.

For more information about skin care and dermatology, please contact Cara Mia Day Spa and Dermatology Associates of Colorado. Led by Dr. Leslie Capin, our team of doctors, nurses, and skincare specialists use state-of-the-art technology to help you achieve and maintain healthy, younger-looking skin across our 3 Denver locations. Visit us online, or call us today at (303) 558-3192 to schedule an appointment.


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