Several months ago, I began a medication to increase circulation in my hands. It works by dilating small capillaries to get more blood flowing. Imagine my surprise when I realized it does the dilating all over, not just where I need it. Spider veins started to creep up on my face. The good folks at Reviva Labs heard my distress and came to my rescue with their Spider Vein & Rosacea Day Cream.
Look at the goodies in the cream:
The actual cream is a nice pleasing white color of moderate consistency.
This tiny amount on my fingertip is almost double what I use each day. I've been using it just about six weeks and it still looks full and brand new.
Keeping in mind that I continue to take the medicine that has caused me spider veins, I will continue to use this cream. I would LOVE to pass on a sample to a friend with Rosacea but I don't really know anyone locally that has it. I'd love to hear how it would work for them. Rosacea has the same kind of trouble with veins being overactive as spider veins are and I can only imagine this cream would be as helpful to them as it is to me.
If you have facial spider veins or rosacea, I'd like to suggest you try this cream. It takes regular use and I think it could be helpful to you. You can purchase is for $19.00 on the Reviva Labs website. I've also seen the brand for sale at Ulta. You might consider following them on facebook and Twitter. The people there are very conscientious and attentive to their customers. I would like to thank Reviva Labs for providing this product to me for testing. (Please see my disclosure policy for more information).