There may not be a whole lot you can do about spider veins once they've decided to camp out on your body (aside from booking an appointment to see a vein specialist). That being said, a few preventative measures could do a world of good for your gams.
Vein expert Luis Navarro told Elle that lots of regular exercise, combined with a low-salt, high-fiber diet, breathable clothing, the use of dietary supplements, leg massages and getting into the habit of elevating your legs when you sleep can all work together to help prevent those veins from creeping up on you.
For an added boost to your anti-varicose regimen, try supplementing your healthy habits with some high-quality skincare products. Cellex-C Mother & Child Skin Care Spider Vein Complex is designed to target dilated capillaries and help reduce the discoloration associated with spider veins. You may also want to try Phytomer Beautiful Legs Blemish Eraser Cream for its ability to help reduce the appearance of varicose veins using pearly particles.