Future Biotics VeinFactors supplement

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The dietary supplement, VeinFactors, by the manufacturer Futurebiotics, offers a satisfaction guarantee allowing a free trial of their product over a period of one year.

Future Biotics VeinFactors Review

The following review focuses on the product VeinFactors, by the manufacturer Futurebiotics. The manufacturers of this item claims that it can help support vein function by promoting circulation within the veins. However, it can also reduce swelling and pain, leaving the veins healthier and stronger.


Three capsules of these dietary supplements will provide the following:

  • Diosvein Diosmin Complex (with Hesperidin, 1000 mg)
  • Proprietary Vein Support Compound (275 mg)
  • Citrus powder from lemon peel
  • Citrus bioflavonoid
  • Venocin (standardized to contain 20% escin from horse chestnut seed extract)
  • Centellin (standardized to contain 8% total triterpenes from gotu kola leaf extract)
  • Butcher’s broom root extract
  • Futurebiotics Bio Accelerators (BioPerine, ginger root extract, Trikatu, Digezyme, Lactospore, 23 mg).

Other ingredients: modified cellulose (vegetarian capsule), microcrystalline cellulose, citric acid, vegetable stearate, stearic acid, silica, and ylang-ylang oil.

The makers of this dietary supplement does mention a warning about this product. This that this dietary supplement should not be used by children, pregnant women or nursing mothers.

This supplement does not contain witch hazel, diosmin, rutin, cayenne pepper which are in other similar products. These substances offer anti-inflammatory, astringent and antioxidant benefits.


The manufacturer of these dietary supplements suggests that (adults only) take 3 capsules daily with meals.


VeinFactors may be bought online at $29.95 per container of 90 capsules, or a month’s supply.

The company does not offer any bulk discounts on these dietary supplements.


This manufacturer makes a satisfaction guaranteed refund offer. The unused portion of the dietary supplement items may be returned within one year of purchase either for a refund, a credit, or an exchange. However, the return shipping fee must be paid by the purchaser.

VeinFactors’ Review ─ Conclusion

The dietary supplement, VeinFactors, by the manufacturer Futurebiotics, offers a satisfaction guarantee allowing a free trial of their product over a period of one year. This gives adequate time to make a decision on the efficacy of the product. This supplement also aims at treating symptoms associated with varicose veins. However, only provides internal treatment. A cream applied externally may provide a good complementary treatment. This is long-term treatment; however, there is no discount on bulk sales of the product. Over time, therefore, the product may prove costly compared with other, similar products currently on the market. The shipping cost must also be factored in. Many other, similar dietary supplements products on the market that are focused on treating varicose veins and spider veins, offer both capsules and cream by way of treatment. It could prove cheaper in the long run to use such dietary supplement products rather than this one-pronged dietary treatment when seeking help for spider veins and varicose veins.

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Albert holds a PhD in Chemistry from the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. He is currently working in a Biochemistry laboratory at Columbia University in NYC. In addition to contributing to many online publications, Albert spends his time away from the laboratory with his partner of many years, and their dog, Helium.

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