Instructions for use Venoten

Indications for the use of Venoten

Apply Venoten cream to the prepared skin

Venoten cream is the most effective remedy for varicose veins in Spain today. Many users have already given positive reviews and get rid of varicose veins in a short time and without unpleasant consequences.

The cream contains an extensive list of indications for use:

  • pain;
  • heaviness in the limbs;
  • Burning and itching;
  • edema;
  • manifestation of volumetric veins;
  • visually distinguishable vascular network;
  • Night cramps.

If these symptoms occur, it is worth starting treatment with Venoten immediately to avoid more serious diseases.

Recommended use of Venotes

Instructions are included in each pack of cream. It is a must before using the varicose vein remedy.

The cream has a light, easily absorbed texture that does not leave any color tones or greasy spots on the skin. You are free to handle your clothes and apply the cream when it suits you.

General guidelines are as follows:

  1. Apply the cream twice a day - morning and evening.
  2. Before applying, make sure that the surface of the leather is clean, dry and free from damage.
  3. The amount of cream is determined individually, based on the skin's ability to absorb, or is determined by the treating doctor.
  4. An applicator can be used for simplification.
  5. The minimum recommended course is 1 month.
  6. The course can be extended or repeated after a while, depending on your personal feelings.

An individual scheme for the use of Venoten cream can be prescribed by the attending physician on the basis of his professional assessment of the situation.

Contraindications and risks

The cream is hypoallergenic, but the possibility of individual allergic reactions cannot be completely ruled out. Before using any cream to treat varicose veins, study your skin's response to it by applying a small amount of the cream to a healthy area of ​​your skin. In the event of unpleasant reactions, you should not use the cream before consulting a dermatologist.

If the unpleasant symptoms worsen when the cream is used as intended, it can make sense to lower the cream dose. Consult with your doctor to individually determine the recommended dose that does not cause any unpleasant reactions. In particularly advanced stages of varicose veins, treatment should only be carried out under the supervision of the attending physician.

Childhood, pregnancy and lactation are not a contraindication, but in this case you should not neglect the consultation of a specialized specialist. Only a doctor can correctly correlate the benefits and possible risks and make appropriate recommendations.