Unsightly facial veins may be found on the nose, cheeks, eyelids, forehead and neck. These facial veins are a form of spider veins and are also known as thread veins, telangiectasias or spider angiomas. Facial veins are treatable and usually cause no other symptoms.
Rosacea is a common disorder that affects over 14 million Americans. Symptoms of Rosacea can include redness on the cheeks, nose and forehead. Rosacea patients may notice small visible blood vessels on the face as well as bumps or pimples. Because of these noticeable symptoms, many Rosacea patients report psychological, social and even occupational problems when the condition is left untreated.