Why Can I See My Veins through My Skin?

Answer

Veins can be seen through the skin when they contract. This occurs when there is excess heat in the body or when the heart is pumping blood at a higher speed than usual. Arteries tend to narrow more often than veins.
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You can see veins through skin because veins are thin and some located just under the surface of our skin which enables us to see the dark colored blood running through them through
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becouse you can they are close up :)
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1. Put a light layer of moisturizer onto your face. Wait for the moisturizer to dry completely. 2. Dab concealer onto the vein. Rub the concealer in until it blends into your skin
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