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2. Visible Veins
At home: If your veins don't bother you enough to warrant a pricey doctor's office fix, camouflage them with self-tanner or a body bronzer.

At-home essentials: Josie Maran Argan Liquid Gold Self-Tanning Oil ($38;, L'Oréal Paris Sublime Bronze Summer Express Wash-Off Body Makeup Lotion ($11; drugstores)

In office: Sclerotherapy

How it works: A detergent is injected into spider or varicose veins to collapse them.

Number of treatments: two to three (two weeks apart)

Average cost: $500 to $1,000 per treatment

Caveat emptor: Treated veins will not return, but new ones will likely appear, so you may have to repeat the treatment every year, says Harold Lancer, MD, a Beverly Hills dermatologist.

In office: Filler

How it works: Filler is injected into the skin surrounding any large blue veins on hands or feet; the plumping reduces the appearance of the veins, says Lancer. Results last one to two years.

Number of treatments: two (three to four weeks apart)

Average cost: $600 to $1,200 per treatment