This would be better addressed with your doctor or dermatologist. Sometimes vein issues can indicate circulatory issues, especially if you're not in good health anyway. If it is a strictly cosmetic issue, then it's something that you're really only going to be able to treat with a dermatologist. Some people are just more prone to spider veins or veracose veins. Certain health issues can make you more prone to them as can certain medications. Sometimes they'll go away on their own, other times they won't.
Unfortunately though, because of what they are, you're not going to get much in the way of DIY solutions. A dermatologist would be best able to suggest a solution that might work for you.
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