So all of a sudden, almost out of nowhere, I’m seeing a ton of advertising and marketing being done for companies that produce varicose veins treatment creams, supplements, herbal tonics, and devices. What most of the American public doesn’t know, is that almost all sales language is completely made up to sound like the best doctors in the country have recently ‘uncovered’ some breakthrough formula. It’s all the same. I asked the marketing gurus over at Veritas Inc what they thought about it and what they had to say completely blew my mind. The president of the marketing firm stated that this type of marketing has been going on for ages. It’s not just with spider vein treatments either. It’s with anything health related. Where someone can stand to make a few bucks from selling a product, you can be sure that there are plenty of marketers waiting in line to promote that very product.
Granted, according to the Safety & Health Council on Varicose Veins, there are certain natural treatments that people can use that seem to be pretty effective. To read more about the legitimacy of the options for varicose veins and natural treatment, be sure to investigate the authority on the subject, the SHC. Now that being said, there are plenty of other people with fake testimonials saying that this product or that product is better than all the rest. What I can’t believe still is that most people believe what they read! They say a sucker is born every minute, but with the availability of the internet, it’s more like every second!
Here’s what these guys do…they take the same old ingredients that all of the other supplements for varicose veins have in them and come up with a new fancy name. They then come up with new packaging and place all of the required warning labels on it. They make it look as though it’s the newest thing on the market, but neglect to tell people that they could have bought it under a ton of other names as well.
You see with most of the natural treatments out there, not just for varicose veins, the ingredients aren’t really proprietary, Many scientists are able to reverse-engineer what all is in varicose veins natural treatments and give that information over to any company willing to pay the money. I don’t know about you, but that seems just a little shady to me…but I guess that’s just marketing.