All of them work. This includes the products I review here, and many others. I am not affiliated with any of the companies, and only recommend products I like. I only list them because I like them, and because they are cheap. There is a lot of confusion around the effects of varicose vains and the causes of varicose vains. This page is an attempt to clear up the misconceptions and hopefully lead to improved healthcare for many people.
The Varicose Vain FAQ (from The Varicose Vain Institute) Varicose Vains are often the first to go in a healthcare setting when a patient has a medical problem, including varicose veins, kidney failure, heart failure, high blood pressure, osteoporosis, or a host of other issues. The varicose veins are caused by problems with the blood flow to the legs, arms, back, and stomach. Some people have varicose veins for life. They are caused by varicose veins, a condition that leads to a blockage of veins and arteries. Most of the time the varicose veins become large and hard, and sometimes become so bad that they are no longer visible. Sometimes they become so painful that they are painful enough to cause a person to be hospitalized.