When your appearance begins to change (and not to your liking), it can affect your confidence level especially when it comes to your face.
For example, those who have telangiectasia (also known as spider veins) on their face can have a difficult time getting used to the way they now appear. While spider veins typically pose no health threat, their bluish and red lines are signs of injured capillaries and veins and are viewed as a cosmetic issue.
One of the main causes of spider veins on a patient’s face is simply the aging process. As we grow older, skin and veins tend to weaken. When capillaries break in younger faces, our skin can repair itself more easily. With age comes less recuperative powers and this is why people see more spider veins on their face as they grow older.
Varicose veins are damaged veins. In healthy veins, these valves push blood in one direction — back to our heart. When these valves weaken, some blood flows backward and accumulates in the vein. Extra blood in the vein puts pressure on the walls of the vein. With continual pressure, the vein walls weaken and bulge. Some people have a higher risk of developing these veins on their legs. Many people get them because they sit or stand for long periods most days of the week. These veins also become more common with age and during pregnancy.
A tattoo is a permanent kind of body art. A design is made by puncturing the skin with needles and injecting ink, dyes, and pigments into the deep layer of the skin.
Tattoos used to be done manually — that is, the tattoo artist would puncture the skin with a needle and inject the ink by hand. Though this process is still used in some parts of the world, professional tattoo artists use tattoo machines. A tattoo machine powers the needles up and down as ink is deposited in the skin.
In ancient times, tattoos were not only applied for decoration, but they were also held symbolic significance as well. Today, tattoos are generally used as a form of artistic self-expression. While not every tattoo has a deep meaning, most tattoos still signify something.
At the time, that tattoo seemed like a great idea to showcase your personality, profess your love or commemorate someone. Over time, though, you may decide that tattoo is no longer suitable for your lifestyle.
A common cause for many seeking tattoo removal is that their personality has changed since they got their ink. Many find that their tattoo is embarrassing or that they can’t relate to it anymore, and removing the old tattoo is a way to have a fresh slate.
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