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Irritation & Redness 101.
If your skin is prone to redness, take comfort in knowing you’re not alone: this is an extremely common condition that affects all sorts of people. Luckily, it’s easy to find good quality skincare for sensitive skin. All you need is cleansers and moisturisers that are specially formulated for skin that’s prone to rosacea and redness.
Rosacea is a skin condition that causes redness in the face, and is often accompanied by small, raised red bumps. The exact cause of rosacea is unknown, but it could be due to a mix of environmental and hereditary factors. Some foods and beverages have been known to cause flare-ups, such as spicy foods, wine and hot drinks. If left untreated, this condition can become worse over time. Fortunately, there are many easy treatment options for rosacea that work to soothe irritated skin and minimise the signs of facial redness. A daily rosacea skincare routine using quality skincare products will help to keep your skin clear and smooth.
We have simplified the process to achieve healthier, more radiant skin with our 3 Steps to Calm Redness. First, choose a cleanser that is specially formulated to soothe redness. It’s important to cleanse at the end of each day to remove makeup and other impurities from your skin. We have a range of dermatologist-approved cleansers that are free from fragrances and allergens, so they won’t irritate your skin. They also contain soothing ingredients that will leave your skin feeling soft and nourished.
After you’ve cleansed, apply one of our specially formulated cooling moisturisers. Applied regularly, a good quality anti-redness cream can reduce blotchiness, and minimise the appearance of broken capillaries.
Finally, when choosing skincare for rosacea and redness, look for a light powder that has been specially colour-balanced for sensitive, blemish-prone skin. We offer a range of cosmetic solutions to counteract the appearance of redness. This is the final step to achieving a more even skin tone with reduced redness and irritation.