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Broken Cappilaries

broken cappilariesFacial cappilaries that become enlarge or dilated are often caused "broken cappilaries." These tiny blood vessels, often known as spider veins, can appear as streaks or blotches on the skin.

Broken cappilaries are the result of trauma to the skin by devices, acids or excess sun. The body puts them there to help heal the chronic wound by providing more direct circulation. The best way to remove them is to speed the healing of the chronic wound so that extra capillary support is not needed. The products below help speed this healing process to reduce the broken cappilaries.


  • Catalyst AC-11

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