I have written this page because there are so many products with varicose vains in them that I have read in various sites about varicose vains. I hope you will find this page helpful. The varicose vain products you may find at your local drugstore, supermarket, or health food store contain either the following ingredients:
1. Polyethylene glycol. It is used for varicose vein infection and staph infections. 2. Sodium Benzoate. It is used to kill staph bacteria. 3. Sodium Trimethicone (the only ingredient found in most products) The list is as long as the list of product names. Many products don't make it past the FDA before they end up on the shelves. So how do you get to know if they really do help or not? What to look for when looking for the correct medicine: The first thing to look for is the label. Here is what I mean: The FDA does not require ingredient lists. They just require that the product contains what is on the label. In general you should read the label. Most medicines are not harmful and should not be avoided if possible. A person can avoid some of the most dangerous drugs, but can also get more dangerous things through some drugs, because you have not read the label. The label is also the most powerful tool you have at your disposal.