Venorex Review: Does It Really Work?

By HighYa Research Team
Published on: May 1, 2015

Venorex claims to be a professional-strength varicose vein treatment that uses a concentrated botanical complex, plant extracts, anti-aging peptides, and other clinically proven ingredients to make spider and varicose veins disappear. In addition, Venorex is also claimed to treat broken capillaries and red blotches.

According to the company, Venorex contains 8 times more active natural botanicals than vitamin K cream, is fragrance and paraben free, non-greasy, and is ideal for all skin types. As such, Venorex is dubbed a “natural alternative to laser procedures.”

But can you expect Venorex to work as well as the manufacturer claims? Will it provide a good bang for your buck, even if you’ve tried other varicose vein treatments? Consider the following:

What Causes Varicose and Spider Veins?

According to WebMD, varicose veins “are caused by weakened valves and veins in your legs. Normally, one-way valves in your veins keep blood flowing from your legs up toward your heart. When these valves do not work as they should, blood collects in your legs, and pressure builds up. The veins become weak, large, and twisted.”

Similarly, spider veins are also ones that have become twisted, although they’re normally smaller and can be located on other parts of the body, including the face. Because of their small, spindly appearance, these types of veins have a spider-like appearance, thus their name.

Although varicose and spider veins aren’t typically serious, and are more cosmetic in nature, they can signal more serious conditions such as deep vein thrombosis. As such, you’ll definitely want to talk with your physician about your varicose and spider veins before trying any remedies like Venorex.

What Treatments Are Available for Varicose Veins?

Mayo Clinic claims that there are numerous treatments available for varicose and spider veins, including lifestyle changes (exercising, eating healthy, avoiding certain types of footwear, avoiding standing or sitting for long periods of time, etc.), using compression stockings, and even surgery in more severe cases.

When it comes to consumer products for varicose veins though, they warn, “it pays to be a cautious health consumer. Advertisements claiming "unique," "permanent" or "painless" methods to remove varicose veins may be appealing, but they may not actually measure up to those claims.”

But is Venorex any different? Let’s find out.

Is Venorex Effective for Treating Varicose Veins?

There is insufficient clinical evidence showing that the topical application of any of these ingredients will treat varicose or spider veins in any visible way. In fact, the majority of Venorex’s ingredients are used for skin conditioning (e.g. softer, smoother skin), not for the treatment of varicose or spider veins.

With this said, there is some promising research showing that vitamin K may help improve vascular health, although additional clinical evidence is needed to verify if this is really the case.

Other Varicose Vein Creams

Because it may help improve vascular health, you’ll find dozens (perhaps even hundreds) of vitamin K creams online, often for much less than Venorex. In fact, you’ll likely be able to find reasonably priced vitamin K creams at your local pharmacy, which could help you save time and money if you decide to process a return.

Venorex’s Advertising Tactics

Despite the fact that none of Venorex’s ingredients have been clinically shown to work, the company claims their cream resulted in an 89% decrease in the appearance of varicose veins, a 95% decrease in the appearance of spider veins, and an 87% decrease in broken capillaries and red blotches.

However, the company doesn’t provide any references to back up these claims. In fact, we’re not even told how these numbers were derived (e.g. clinical study, self-reported questionnaires, etc.)

The truth is that essentially identical claims have been made by many other companies, although most of these are within the anti-aging industry.

This leads us to believe that these are either 1) the same, rebranded products, or 2) are manufactured by the same handful of companies (more about this in a moment).

Venorex and Arbitration

Finally, keep in mind that by placing an order on the Venorex website, you’ll be submitting to an arbitration agreement. Ultimately, if you were to experience damages from using Venorex, this means your legal rights would be severely limited, including a trial by jury or becoming part of a class action lawsuit.

Why Are Venorex Customer Reviews So Positive?

Venorex is primarily marketed through a network of affiliates who earn commissions for each sale of the product they refer. As a result, these affiliates will create fake customer review websites that might look legitimate, but just contain more marketing hype from the company.

Although there weren’t any legitimate online reviews available for Venorex at the time of our research, we did learn that the cream is manufactured by Santrinico Enterprises based out of Larnaca, Cyprus, who also makes Garcinia Cambogia Select, Revitol, Green Coffee Bean Max, and several other affiliate-based anti-aging products and supplements.

Overall, it appears that most of the company’s products have poor online customer reputations, with common complaints citing high price, failure to work, and difficulty cancelling trials and autoship programs. Granted, you may not experience the same with Venorex, although it’s definitely something to keep in mind.

Venorex Pricing and Refund Policy

Venorex is available in 3 different purchasing options:

  • 1 Bottle: $48 plus $6.95 S&H
  • 3 Bottles: $96 plus free S&H
  • 5 Bottles: $144 plus free S&H

Note: At the bottom of the Venorex ordering page, you’ll find a checkbox for InsureShip shipping insurance, which will cost you an additional $4.99. If you don’t want this, be sure to check the box. Otherwise, you’ll be charged accordingly, although this number won’t be reflected in your total.

Unlike many of the company’s other products, Venorex does not appear to be sold through a free trial or autoship program.

Venorex comes with a 90-day return policy, less S&H charges and a $10 restocking fee, although this only applies to unopened and unused product. In other words, if you open the package, you bought it.

In order to request a refund, you’ll need to contact customer service at (818) 303-9260.

Will Venorex Decrease the Appearance of Your Varicose Veins?

Because there is insufficient clinical evidence showing any of Venorex’s ingredients can treat varicose or spider veins in any way, in addition to their less-than-stellar advertising tactics, it’s our opinion that the high price is far out of line with any benefits you can expect to achieve from using it.

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