Do you hate the purple webs of spider veins creeping over your thighs? Or do dark protruding varicose veins on the backs of your knees stop you showing off your legs? It can be embarrassing and upsetting when spider veins and varicose veins appear on your body. Luckily they are not harmful, but aesthetically they can lower your confidence making you want to cover up.
There are various products out there on the market that claim to combat spider and varicose veins. And you may have seen many people online talk about and review one of these in particular: Venorex. Venorex cream is specifically designed to tackle these problems and claims to dramatically reduce the appearance of varicose and spider veins, red blotches and broken capillaries. It is marketed as an alternative to more extreme laser therapies or injections to remove these skin conditions. But does it really work? We review the cream here to see if it lives up to its bold claims.
- What are spider veins and varicose veins?
- What is Venorex?
- How does Venorex work?
- What are the ingredients in Venorex?
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What are spider veins and varicose veins?
Both spider veins and varicose veins have different symptoms but both come from a condition called venous insufficiency. This is where valves in the veins become weakened or undergo damage. Spider veins tend to be purple, blue or red light thin lines that appear on the surface of the skin. Varicose veins are larger, more swollen veins that tend to appear on the legs and feet. Swelling of the legs can also occur alongside varicose veins and can be uncomfortable. In general, however, these conditions are not harmful and don’t require medical treatment but they can be treated for aesthetic reasons.
What is Venorex?
Venorex cream is specially designed to reduce the appearance of spider veins, varicose veins, broken capillaries and red blotches on the skin. It uses herbal extracts in the formula to improve the skin’s appearance and also help calm cramps and relieve swollen ankles and aches. The Venorex official website claims that the product reduces the look of varicose veins by 89%, spider veins by 95%, and broken capillaries and blotches by 87%.
The company has one main product, the Venorex Varicose Vein Defence Cream. It comes in an easy to use, 4.0 FL OZ plastic tube and can be applied directly onto the affected areas.
How does Venorex work?
Veins can get damaged or swell up as they carry blood around the body to be purified, causing unsightly swelling and veins popping up on the legs, feet, face or elsewhere. When Venorex cream is applied to the area, the herbal ingredients and plant extracts in the formula enter and penetrate the skin through the pores. The specialised ingredients then work to minimise the purple and blue appearance of spider and varicose veins and smooth out the skin tone.
Daily use also helps with swelling, aches and muscle pain. It also reduces discolouration of the legs.
What are the ingredients in Venorex?
Venorex cream contains all natural ingredients, including herbal and plant extracts. It is also paraben free. Take a look at some of the key ingredients and their properties here:
Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice (Aloe Vera)
Aloe Vera has been typically used in skin care for centuries due to its calming, soothing and moisturising properties. It easily penetrates the skin’s surface and increases blood flow. It also encourages the production of red blood cells. It can increase water content by trapping water in the top layers of the skin.
Phytonadione (Vitamin K):
This active ingredient is very effective to treat bleeding and blood clotting problems. It can help diminish bruising and clear away skin conditions such as the appearance of broken capillaries. It is therefore a key ingredient in helping to tackle the appearance of venous conditions.
Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E)
With strong antioxidant properties, Vitamin E is especially good at protecting the skin, reducing inflammation and moisturising. It helps fight off UV rays and free radicals from the sun and other pollution. It aids the strengthening of veins and capillaries under the skin’s surface.
Retinyl Palmitate (Vitamin A)
You many have heard of Retinol being used for skin care, the sister ingredient Retinyl Palmitate is slightly different. Both derivatives of Vitamin A, they both work to encourage cell turnover at the skins surface and have anti-aging properties. Retinyl Palmitate however, penetrates deep down to work on the layers deep under the skin too. It promotes new skin growth and the production of collagen. This helps with discolouration and creating new smooth skin.
Glyceryl Stearate is created by reacting glycerin with fatty acid, Stearic Acid. This makes it a powerful moisturiser that softens and improves the appearance of skin.
Glycerin is a non-comedogenic humectant, meaning it attracts water to the skin without clogging up pores. It helps to strengthen the moisture barrier on the skin’s surface improving the appearance of venous conditions on the skin’s outer layer. It helps to reduce bruising and swelling.
Other ingredients and compounds found in the product are Cyclopentasiloxane, Cysclotetrasiloxane, Isopropyl Myristate, Potassium Cetyl Phosphate, Cetyl Alcohol, PEG-8, Aqua (Deionized water), Octyl Palmitate, Phenoxyethanol and Ethylhexylglycerin.
Reduces varicose and spider veins without laser or surgery
One of the main draws of this product is that it is an at home treatment that doesn’t involve painful or costly laser treatment or surgery. You can order it straight to your door and as it uses natural ingredients it can be added into your daily beauty regime.
Claims dramatic improvements
With claims of between 80% and 90% reduction in spider and varicose veins, who wouldn’t want to try Venorex cream? The company also says Venorex cream reduces muscle pain, aches and inflammation and includes many specially targeted ingredients.
90 day money back guarantee
If you decide to return the product the company says you can do so within 90 days and receive 100% money back on the product.
Free shipping in the US
If you order one of the purchasing packages of 3 or 5 bottles you will receive free shipping in the US.
Are the statistics backed up?
Venorex cream has many high claims regarding its benefits and effects including that it can reduce spider and varicose veins between 80% and 90%. However, there are no guarantees when it comes to beauty products and to keep an honest Venorex review we have to mention this.
Frequently asked questions
How much does Venorex cost?
One bottle of Venorex cream comes in at $48.00 on the website. This is said to be about one month’s supply. You can also take up the purchasing option of two bottles for $96.00, or three bottles of cream for $144.00.
Can I apply Venorex Cream anywhere on my body?
Yes, Venorex cream can be applied anywhere externally on the body including the face. Just use the hands to massage the cream into the affected areas. It should be suitable for all skin types.
So if you are looking for an easy-apply cream that reduces varicose and spider veins, you may want to check out the Venorex creams. With many a good Venorex review online, it may well help reduce your problem areas but if you are wary, try testing out one bottle first. Then you can see how well it reduces your skin conditions as the effectiveness may vary from person to person.
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