Instructions for use Veniselle

Cream Veniselle from varicose veins of the lower extremities is an auxiliary medical and cosmetic preparation with a concentrated composition. Clinical trials in the USA have confirmed its effectiveness and safety. The unique formulation contains biologically active substances and a kind of booster - troxerutin, which provide a complex effect, not only alleviating the symptoms, but eliminating the very root of the problem. Treatment of leg varicose veins with Veniselle cream has its own characteristics, so its use should be carried out according to the attached instructions.

How to use Veniselle cream

Veniselle distributed with massage movements

First of all, it is necessary to clean the surface of the skin in the affected areas so that the dirt or sweat that has entered the pores does not interfere with the penetration of the components into the deeper layers of tissues. It is undesirable to use heavy cosmetics that leave traces on the epithelium. You can use a mild soap solution or alcohol-free wet wipes. Wait until the skin is completely dry or dry the skin with a towel. It is recommended to use a scrub once or twice a week to remove dead skin cells and improve skin permeability. The cream has a light, quickly absorbed texture, so if you need to treat a large area, it is better to apply the composition gradually. Take a little cream on the tip of your finger and spread it over the skin, then rub with light massage movements until completely absorbed.

The cream contains panthenol, which forms a microscopic film on the surface, preventing the evaporation of volatile substances and protecting the area from the unwanted effects of accidentally trapped moisture. Therefore, it makes no sense to apply a large amount of cream, part of it will only remain on the surface in vain, without rendering the desired effect. The active ingredients are distributed over the skin and penetrate into the blood vessels, providing not only a therapeutic, but also a cosmetic result, improving the condition of the skin, smoothing its relief and returning its normal color. Treatment should be carried out in a course of at least 30 days, if necessary, it can be prolonged up to 60 days. For the prevention of varicose veins, the cream can be used for 10-15 days.

Indications for use Veniselle

The first stage of varicose veins of the lower extremities, as a rule, proceeds with mild symptoms, which are often attributed to fatigue and overexertion. In the future, more noticeable signs appear. Cream Veniselle has the following indications for use:

  • general pain syndrome and heaviness in the legs;
  • pain along the line of the veins;
  • morning and evening swelling;
  • nocturnal muscle cramps, venous spasms;
  • the appearance of spider veins and meshes;
  • change in skin color;
  • the appearance on the surface of the skin of convoluted blue or purple veins;
  • the formation of bumps and knots on protruding veins;
  • the formation of poorly healing cracks and sores.


Numerous clinical studies have not revealed any side effects when using Veniselle cream. But people who are allergic to horse chestnut, mint or red pepper should check the skin area for an allergic reaction before applying the cream (usually the drug is applied to the inner bend of the elbow and left for 10-15 minutes, there should be no redness or rash). Contraindications to the use of the cream are malignant tumors, trophic ulcers and infected wounds.