Eliminating facial redness is not a one-size fits all process, and you cannot just use a blemish treatment or assume you don’t need to moisturize.
If there is any take-away, it should be that Skincare is a priority, and developing a skin care regimen that fits your needs should be a top priority for ensuring you are confident and have the healthiest, most beautiful skin of your life.
Sunburn: Often, the first signs of Rosacea are mistaken for a sunburn, the same redness and flaking occurs. Luckily, we have created amazing SunProtect that will keep sunburn from being an option to consider when deciphering the state of your red skin.
Swollen Blood Vessels: One cause of Rosacea is when a disorder leads blood vessels under the facial skin to swell, producing a red appearance on the skin.
Blemishes: Common blemishes can cause redness and irritation to the skin. If you have naturally oily skin and tend to be predisposed to blemishes, do not neglect hydration, oily skin needs to me moisturized, too!
Hypertension: High blood pressure does more than affect your heart, it can cause skin redness. Maintaining a natural lifestyle is more than skin deep!
Contact Dermatitis: Contact dermatitis is caused by skin contact (as the name implies) with household or environmental chemicals that irritate the skin and cause it to appear red.