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Varicose Eczema venous eczema, gravitational eczema and stasis eczema


Varicose eczema is a long-term skin condition that affects the lower legs and is common in people with varicose veins.

It is also known as venous eczema, gravitational eczema and stasis eczema.



Like all types of eczema, the affected skin becomes:

  • itchy
  • red and swollen
  • dry and flaky
  • scaly or crusty

There may be periods when these symptoms improve and periods when they become more severe.

Your legs may become swollen, especially towards the end of the day or after long periods of standing. Varicose veins (swollen and enlarged veins) are often visible on the legs.

Some people also have other symptoms, such as:

  • brown discolouration of the skin
  • red, tender and tight skin that can eventually become hardened (lipodermatosclerosis)
  • small, white scars (atrophie blanche)
  • pain
  • eczema affecting other parts of the body

Left untreated, leg ulcers can develop. These are long-lasting wounds that form where the skin has become damaged.




Varicose Eczema venous eczema, gravitational eczema, and stasis eczema

Topically apply Varicose Veins 100ml over the legs and affected area/s.

Use in conjunction with the Eczema Blend; also to be applied topically.

Drink 1 capsule, each after a meal or a small snack:

Gut Cleanse, in the morning

Inflammation Blend, in the afternoon

Blood Flow Support Ingestible, in the evening


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