According to experts, the appearance of those little blood vessels that generally appear around your nose, cheekbones, or chin is quite normal. “They look like spider webs,” said Dr. Amy Huang, a dermatologist in New York City. This is the reason why they are referred to as telangiectasias, or spider veins, colloquially.
Telangiectasias are tiny blood vessels that have been dilated and are visible just beneath the surface of the skin. Damage to the blood vessels is what causes them. Even though they are most often seen on the face, they may manifest themselves elsewhere on the body, including the legs. By seeking the assistance of a dermatologist, spider veins may, thankfully, be cured. Read the article