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Posted on December 27, 2016 by Rachel Cohen
Blog In Less Than 30 Seconds: Dry brushing is a unique skin care technique that claims to reduce the appearance of cellulite and varicose veins, among other health-related benefits. The practice requires running a dry, soft bristle brush over the skin in circular motions toward the heart to boost blood flow and clear away toxins. The vein specialists at Palm Vein Center discuss whether or not dry brushing can help varicose veins. What Is Dry Brushing?

As we mentioned previously, dry brushing is an ancient skin care technique that is considered a natural remedy for various skin care and...

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Posted on December 20, 2016 by Rachel Cohen
Varicose Veins and Aspirin

Daily aspirin therapy is often recommended to patients who’ve had a heart attack or are at risk of having a heart attack. Even though one may think of it as a pain reliever, Aspirin actually has unique properties that prevent platelets from forming a clot within open blood vessels or wounds.

Platelets are essential for preventing blood loss in the case of serious injuries, but for patients with atherosclerosis, or fatty deposits in the arteries, this process can be incredibly dangerous. Therefore, many cardiologists will prescribe a daily aspirin regimen to patients at risk of...

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Posted on October 07, 2016 by Rachel Cohen
Can You Tattoo Over Varicose Veins?

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Tattoos have remained a popular commodity for generations of people, especially Millennials, who make up the majority of those tattooed in the United States (40%). In some instances, it is possible to tattoo over varicose veins; however, doing so could lead to a distorted tattoo or worse: ruptured veins, spontaneous bleeding, or an infection. In this blog, the vein specialists at Palm Vein Center explain the negative effects tattooing over varicose veins can have on a patient’s health.

What is Tattooing?

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