Thursday, December 19, 2013

FEATURE | How to Treat Your Varicose Veins using LivRelief


Varicose veins are a health issue that can affect the choices a person makes when it comes to clothing.  A woman with varicose veins is likely to avoid wearing dresses or skirts because she doesn't feel comfortable with how her legs may look.  The reality is many begin to show signs of varicose veins in their late twenties and early thirties.  Many of the procedures available to treat the condition can be quite costly and even involve surgery.

Dr. Joseph Gabriel is a researcher from MacMaster University who worked to develop a topical cream that he promises will have you seeing results quickly after as little as 4 weeks.  Listen to the interview he did in the clip above where he discusses how he came up with the idea as well as the benefits of the product he helped create, LivRelief.

www.livrelief.com



2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is it there a difference between Varicose Veins and Spider Veins?
According to your shared article I think I have not Varicose Veins. I have Spider Veins on my legs. Please help me how to cure this problem. Here in this link
http://www.searchhomeremedies.com/wonderful-and-effective-herbal-remedies-for-spider-veins/
Home treatments are given to control this disease. Are these remedies worth to try or its better to consult with a doctor.

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