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From: Peter Lamas (peter.lamasbeauty.com)
Subject: Re: spider veins
Date: April 17, 2006 at 9:22 pm PST
In Reply to: spider veins posted by Riccardo on April 1, 2006 at 11:31 am:
Hello Riccardo, thank you for writing to me and please forgive me for neglecting your first posting…I forgot to get back to you on that one! I am happy to hear you are enjoying the products and hope I can be of help with your questions.
For facial spider veins, laser removal is often the most effective treatment; it is permanent and normally one treatment is sufficient. I am not aware of the cost but you could speak with a dermatologist in your area to get a better understanding of fees.
If you want to consider laser removal of spider veins, this link may be of help in explaining the procedure. http://www.ienhance.com/procedure/description.asp?ProcID=18&BodyID=3&specialtyID=1following.
There are a few makeup tips that can help hide the appearance of the veins but using concealers can be tricky if you are not familiar with proper application. The best thing to do is visit a makeup counter at one of your major department stores (trust me that men are very welcome at these counters) and have them test concealer colors to best match your skin tone so not to be so obvious that you are using a one. MAC and Prescriptives are two makeup counters that have fairly good concealers, have them show you how to apply the product and see if that helps cover the vein to your liking.
With regard to blackheads; steaming the face can help loosen this clogged debris and you can do this at home by steaming a pan of water, taking it of the stove once it streams and place a towel over your head. Let your face steam for 1-2 minutes then wash the face.
If this does not lift and remove them you will want to visit a professional to have them removed. Facials are something I recommend 1-2 times per month to help remove clogged debris and you can do this at a local beauty school at a very low cost.
Aesthetician (professionals) use tools that help lift out the stubborn blackhead and if steaming does not do the trick a facial is your only answer. Check out this link for a listing of beauty schools in your state http://www.beautyschool.com/
I do hope this can be of help and please write back to me if I can be of further assistance.
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