I think they are not good. They could even be very dangerous. It's important to understand what is in the products, so you don't get taken advantage of. This page is for those interested in treating varicose vains. I have been on the other side of the fence with other products, including a lot of my products. I don't have an opinion, just an observation. If you are interested in buying these products, they are a good way to see if they are really worth the money. Some of my recommendations are: I have found that most varicose vains products are safe, but some may be harmful. So far, there have been very few problems with the products. Most of my patients use a combination of vitamin E and retinol. Some people are allergic to retinol, and some are allergic to vitamin E. This can be a problem. My patient base has been very conservative and is very reliable. I do a lot of research, and try to get the product name and the ingredients as well as the dosage.
A lot of the products I sell work, and the results are good. I have been on retinol since 1984, and I still have varicose veins.