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A.Vogel Talks Varicose Eczema

Varicose eczema is common in sufferers of varicose veins

Varicose eczema is a form of eczema that usually occurs in sufferers of varicose veins and affects approximately 20% of the UK population over the age of 70.

In this page, our skin advisor Felicity Mann examines the underlying causes of varicose eczema.

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  • Evangeline's photo avatar
    Evangeline — 02.05.2018 07:15
    I would like to receive messages on home remedies for treating mild varicose on legs, feet and back of palm.

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    • Helen's photo avatar
      Helen — 03.05.2018 10:49
      Hello Evangeline, I have passed on your request to receive any emails in the future. In the meantime, I hope our web pages are of some help and have a look at Horse chestnut herbal remedy to help reduce symptoms of varicose veins. If I can be of further assistance let me know. Thanks

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    Kathryn Palmer — 28.02.2018 14:00
    Thank you for all the advice most helpful - very affirming and encouraging. I will definitely follow-up on suggestions as I do not wish to use prescribed petroleum based emollient. I already use many Vogel products - they are to be trusted. Thank you.

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  • Mrs Terry Guy's photo avatar
    Mrs Terry Guy — 15.08.2017 16:09
    I agree with the latest review. Well written report without the scary stuff. Just been diagnosed with varicose eczema myself. Following all the right instructions from the report. Thank you. Terry Guy from Chester uk.

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    • mandy's photo avatar
      mandy — 16.08.2017 10:26
      Thank you Terry.

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