Heavy legs can be relieved with a traditional herbal medicinal product available to all, the horse chestnut. If you suffer from these symptoms, and you love natural remedies, this is one for you. This product also has many other benefits, including reducing dark circles and rosacea; plus it helps fighting cellulite, yes! We have selected the best products for you:
Heavy legs symptoms are greater when the good weather arrives. Indeed, for many of us heat rhymes with heavy legs and swelling. So, we need help, and horse chestnut is great.
Horse Chestnut seeds help to cool and relieve heavy legs. Thanks to its active ingredients, horse chestnut tightens the veins allowing the blood to flow better, which helps greatly to relieve heavy legs. There are several forms; gel or food supplement. Always prefer well known brands like Vogel. A.Vogel Venaforce Horse Chestnut tablets.
This natural remedy is also good for cellulite. Cellulite is often accompanied by water retention. Water retention is usually aggravated by heat and it localizes inside the knees and ankles. In this case, we must treat cellulite as venous insufficiency, and horse chestnut is perfect in his role. Massaging your legs with Horse Chestnut Gel greatly helps fighting water retention and therefore cellulite. It is a great product to use to reduce heavy legs, including when you travel, for example for a long flight.
Horse chestnut also reduces dark circles. Horse chestnut was adopted by the cosmetics industry for its astringent quality; it tightens tissue. It is also very interesting in case of rosacea, as well as dark circles which are also caused by veins’ fragility. Horse chestnut helps vessels and skin to regain their balance, so it reduces dark circles and rosacea.
Horse chestnut is a great natural product, but it is still considered as a medicine in France, so have a look at the contraindication before taking it. For heavy legs, it is great, and it is full of virtues. To prevent the poor circulation and heavy legs symptoms, it is recommended to start a course of horse chestnut during the early summer.