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Before & After

Causes of broken blood vessels

People whose family members experience spider veins are more likely to have them, too.

Sun damage can enlarge the blood vessels and draw them closer to the skin.

Drastic changes in the weather may affect the circulation in the body, causing the skin in the face to flush. The blood vessels may burst, causing a spider vein.

Sudden, extreme changes in pressure may cause small broken blood vessels to appear. An exceptionally hard sneeze or vomiting can cause this change in pressure.

Hormonal changes during pregnancy may also cause broken blood vessels. Pregnancy-related spider veins usually disappear after giving birth.

Exposure to certain chemicals or environmental pollutants may damage the skin and make blood vessels more visible.

This is a common condition that causes the skin to become flushed and red due to enlarged veins. People with rosacea often experience spider veins.

Alcohol can dilate the blood vessels temporarily. Frequent alcohol consumption may lead to longer-lasting broken blood vessels and redness on the face.

Head injuries that cause bruising may also cause broken blood vessels. In this case, the blood vessels will often heal as the bruise does.

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