Couperose ( telangiectasias/spider veins) is an inflammatory skin condition characterized by cracked or dilated capillaries and redness of the skin. This condition can be very mild, but sometimes (especially in the elderly) can be very strong and above all aesthetically unpleasant.
Redness and capillaries on the face belong to the inflammatory skin disease that is very difficult to treat. Cracked capillaries often have spidery shape. Rosacea (redness) is a chronic skin condition characterized by semi-permanent or permanent extreme facial redness (erythema), and sometimes are present and pimples.
People can have simultaneously burst capillaries and facial redness, but not necessarily. However, in most cases, people with red faces have capillaries. This is especially noticeable in the area around the nose, cheeks, chin or forehead.
The causes of the Couperosis are unknown, but experts believe that the cause is probably a combination of hereditary and environmental factors. It was found that people light skin and blue eyes have a greater predisposition for developing “telangiectasias”.
A number of factors can exacerbate this condition, especially if these factors lead to an increase in blood flow to the skin surface, which results in increased redness. Some of them include spicy foods, alcohol, extreme temperatures, sunlight, stress, strenuous training, sauna, hot tub, beauty products, corticosteroids, drugs that dilate blood vessels (including blood pressure medication).
The walls of capillaries are thin and so often reddened skin at each abrupt change of temperature. In women, enlarged capillaries usually occur due to hormonal changes, ” shallow ” skin vascularization (when the skin is transparent, but the blood vessels are visible from the outside) or sensitive skin.
The wind, low temperature and exposure to sudden changes in temperature, excessive sun exposure, inadequate nutrition, and improper skin care lead to red veins on the face and body. Very often this condition of the skin is defined as “capillary complexion”.
The causes of the formation of capillary complexion are not yet discovered. Experts believe that in the dermis of some areas of the face and neck and chest, appearing circulation dysfunction that may be caused by, among other things, due to impaired barrier function of the skin, (which leads to external factors destroy skin cells and blood vessels) or too much exposure of the skin to harmful factors (which affect the activity of blood vessels of the skin) such as eg. UV radiation, systemic diseases of the body, medicines, allergies, etc.
In most cases, there is a combination of factors that lead to the formation of capillary dilation and capillary complexion.
Dilated capillaries usually occur in younger women, but can also be found in men and children. People who have dry skin are more prone to this problem.
FRAGILE CAPILLARIES ON THE FACE
Cracked capillaries on the face, usually occurring on the nose, cheeks, chin and forehead. These small red blood vessels are part of wide webs of blood vessels that supply the face with blood. When the walls of these tiny vessels narrow and expand rapidly – they can crack. People who are dehydrated, dry and sensitive skin often have a thicker tissue, providing greater trauma to the blood vessels.
The hereditary here usually plays a major role (people light skin and sensitive skin are most prone), snapped capillaries on the face may be due to: inflammatory processes in the skin of the face (acne, rosacea), extreme temperature changes, sunburn, skin trauma (eg . squeezing a pimple), due to constant pressure (for example, wearing glasses), smoking, alcohol, drugs that thinning the blood, etc…
Cracked capillaries can also be developed on the legs, are often grouped according to the thigh or below the knees and ankles.
MAKE THIS NATURAL CREAM – RELIEVES REDNESS, CAPILLARIES ON THE FACE AND STIMULATE CIRCULATION
- 50 g of fresh leaves of parsley, preferably from your own garden
- 120 ml homemade olive oil
- About 10 g of beeswax (about 6 teaspoons finely minced wax)
ADDITIVES FOR VARIATIONS
- 2 drops of tea tree oil – acting antifungal, antiviral, antibacterial
- 3 drops of lavender essential oil – nourishes the skin, smell nice
*Castor oil – hydrates and nourishes damaged skin
*Apricot kernel oil, cold pressed – nourishes dry and sensitive skin, it’s fine with premature aging of the skin, is absorbed quickly, a great massage
- Avocado oil, cold pressed – nourishes dry skin, nourishes them, helps with premature aging of the skin, hydrates it, makes it soft and smooth, perfect for massage
- Aloe vera gel – regenerates skin cells, has better absorption and is not so fat when the application creates a cooling sensation on the skin.
Parsley wash, dry (in a cloth to drain water) and finely sliced. Fry it in the oil at low temperature for about half an hour. Stir all the time, wringing out the juice from the leaves. After the half, an hour leaves should darken. Pour the mixture into a small jar, close and put in a warm place 2-3 days. You can add lavender essential oil at the end of the cream if you do not like the smell.
VARIATIONS FOR CREAM OF PARSLEY
- 10 ml cream of parsley mixed with half a teaspoon of aloe vera gel
- 10 ml cream of parsley mixed with half a teaspoon of castor oil
- 10 ml cream of parsley mixed with 1 teaspoon oil apricot kernel
- 40 ml cream parsley mix 1 teaspoon of avocado oil and half a teaspoon of aloe vera gel, add 2 drops of tea tree oil and 3 drops of lavender essential oil
Each cream pours in a separate pot, close and put a label on a list of ingredients or by the name of the cream.
The cream can also be used for massage. With massage, you will stimulate circulation better than only with ordinary applying cream on the skin. It is especially good to massage your legs because many have visible capillaries, and they are particularly frequent in women with cellulite.