Vessels on the surface usually arise spontaneously, but can also be caused by deeper veins. Are the vessels "sprung"? No. In fact, it is caused by a dilation and weakening of blood vessels. Besenreiser varices are not varicose veins, but rather broken capillaries caused by prolonged increased pressure. There are a few causes that besenreiser varices can worsen: aging, hereditary predisposition, standing professions and for example pregnancy. During a free consultation we will look together at what is causing your varices.