- Inspired by the health benefits of the North Fork vineyards and 2000 years of Chinese medicine, Mary J. Allmaras
has created a spider vein and varicose vein reducing serum following an eight month clinical study in which study volunteers demonstrated a 60 to 90 percent reduction in facial spider veins and leg varicosities
Spider and varicose veins are best treated with a laser. No time or money? Enter nature's proven results, a powerful blend of vein lightening Petit Verdot and Syrah grape pomace from Martha Clara Vineyards
and a pharmaceutical grade Chinese herbal extract brimming with vitamin e and essentials oils. VAT VEIN is a luxurious oasis of natural, effective green care for your spider and varicose veins. More than 80 percent of the world turns to plants for their medicine. Petit Verdot and Syrah grapes contain some of the highest levels of resveratrol (found in the skins) and antioxidants (found in the seeds). Resveratrol contains sirtuins which reinforce surface capillaries and help maintain an optimal level of hyaluronic acid in the dermis to preserve the skin's suppleness and elasticity. What this means is that after the blood leaves the spider or varicose vein, the resveratrol will help to keep the skin around the vein elastic and reduce sagging. Chinese herbs have been used for centuries to dispel stagnant Qi, or energy flow, and the herbs used in VAT VEIN move blood without side effects, needles or appointments. Within five to seven days of twice daily application, results such as vein lightening and/or shortening are noticed. Full results seen in one month of use. Say hello to your summer capris and shorts!
VAT VEIN is available now at White's Pharmacy
, 81 Main Street, East Hampton, 631- 324-0082 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
About VAT VEIN
North Fork VIN DU SKIN was founded by Allmaras, RN, LNC, a born and bred Southold, North Fork, L.I., resident with an interest in the chemicals used in skin care since age 12. Tinkering around in her father's physics and chemistry lab in Greenport High School fueled the interest. Degrees in science and nursing came next followed by training as a staff RN in the Kidney Transplant-Dialysis Unit at New York Hospital-Weill Cornell Medical Center
and Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center/Milstein Bldg in infectious disease and medication research trials. In 1999, she obtained her legal nurse consultant certification and executed contract work on medication suits for two top tier medical malpractice law firms. Losing two family members in 2008 to cancer changed her focus to a holistic-centered purpose and an interest in the treasures of the local grapes for skin care along with chinese herbs. From there, came the research and development of VAT VEIN.