Red Vein Crème assists in the revision of broken capillaries and swollen veins, by aiding to flush out stagnation and strengthen capillary walls.
Important note: Clients need to have had six professional Enzyme Treatments before introducing Red Vein Crème. The exception is when there is bruising on the body – it can be applied immediately without Enzyme Therapy.
Plant-based active ingredients stimulate the blood flow in order to flush capillaries and strengthen capillary walls. This action visibly reduces permanent and intermittent redness and vascular matting.
Red Vein Crème can be used on dilated capillaries, reddened areas, and vascular scarring and bruising.
Professional directions: Use on areas of concern WITHOUT Herb & Mineral Mist initially. Introduce the Herb & Mineral Mist, working up to a nightly application. Apply every third night for two weeks, then every second night for a further two weeks, then every night for approximately six weeks. After the capillaries and redness have reduced use Red Vein Crème twice a week for maintenance.
- Oleic Acid – A herbal lipid and fatty acid. Essential fatty acids repair the membranes of the damaged blood vessels.
- Soybean (Glycine Soja) Oil – Contains the eight essential amino acids which are the building blocks of healthy blood vessels.
- Wheat Germ Oil – A natural protein oil containing, ceramides and squalene. Squalene is one of the NMFs (natural moisturizing factors) found in the skin which acts as a supreme tissue strengthener. Wheat Germ Oil is beneficial for the general health of the skin as it improves circulation of blood in the skin when used externally. Wheat Germ Oil is known for its antioxidant properties.
- Niacin – A vasodilator which widens blood vessels. Also contains Nicotinic Acid, a Vitamin B that aids in tissue oxygenation, restoring blood flow and oxygenation through the blood vessels. Healthy skin needs Niacin. Niacin deficiency affects every cell, especially where there is rapid cell turnover. Niacin opens blood vessels and restores functionality through the vessel.