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Is there any way to make veins less noticeable?

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Dr. Gregory Spitz
Vascular Surgery 37 years experience
Treat them: The only way to make abnormal veins less noticeable is to treat them. The treatment depends on the nature and size of the veins.
Dr. John Landi
Phlebology 47 years experience
Depends on veins.: There are many types of veins-spider veins, blue veins and varicose veins. Spider and blue veins can be camouflaged by a sun tan (either natural or spray)-but i would not recommend sun tanning. Varicose veins cannot be concealed unless covered by pants or a dress. The best way to make veins less obvious is to see a vein specialist and have them treated appropriately.

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