Beauty | Wednesday, 08 October 2008

Innovative solution to flawless legs

Venalta Gel, by Alta Care Laboratoires – Paris helps improve the general tone and reduces visibility of spider veins, varicose veins and thread veins.
What is so unique about Venalta Gel is that it forms part of a range. The Venalta Range is made up of Venalta Syrup, Venalta Capsules and Venalta Ampoules – working from inside to outside, and Venalta Patches and Venalta Gel – working from outside to inside. Combined use of products from the Venalta Range will ensure maximum efficacy and a highly intensive treatment.
The main active ingredient in Venalta Gel and the rest of the Venalta Range is Red Vine extract. Red Vine extract ‘plugs’ the vein walls and does not allow blood to seep though. This results in less porous veins, which reduces their unsightly appearance.
Venalta Gel aids circulation, thus acting on cold feet and pain and swelling in the legs and feet.
When applied, Venalta Gel gives a fresh effect and invigorating feeling to the legs, making it an ideal treatment for anyone suffering from tired, heavy legs. The consistency of Venalta Gel is very light and easily absorbed, leaving your skin soft and supple.
Venalta Gel is to be applied twice daily and massaged into the legs for a minimum of one month for maximum results. Apply Venalta Gel in circular massages: from the bottom of the legs to the top of the legs on the inner leg, and vice versa on the outer part of the leg. Venalta Gel has a unique non-greasy texture which is quickly absorbed, allowing one to get dressed immediately.
Venalta is made in France and is available in all pharmacies. For more information please call on 21312151, send us an email on or visit our website


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