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Dealing with inflamed, red skin on the face is an uncomfortable experience but with the right skincare and lifestyle changes, it’s very treatable.
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Skin Redness Treatments

Lets combat Skin Redness together!

Anti-redness skincare can target a range of concerns from flushing flare-ups to persistent, blotchy redness due to damaged, inflamed skin.

What causes redness?

If you’re experiencing flushed, red skin on your face there are a number of triggers that could be responsible.

Stress
Extreme temperatures and sun exposure
Spicy food
Fragrances and alcohol in skincare
Alcoholic drinks – especially wine
Smoking

Existing skin conditions associated with redness, like rosacea, can be exacerbated by these factors.

The best ingredients to treat redness

An effective anti-redness skincare routine should not only provide immediate cooling relief for visibly red skin, it should also work to strengthen the skin barrier.

When the barrier is weakened and damaged, skin is more prone to irritation and redness.

Peppermint Green Oil
With superior purifying and cooling antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties, Peppermint Green Oil is an effective, natural oil to combat acne, unclog pores and soothe redness.

Niacinamide (Vitamin B3)
Niacinamide can help decrease redness, blotchiness and ease inflammation by improving barrier function. If you suffer from rosacea, eczema, or any other skin concerns that cause a weakened skin surface, niacinamide will help protect against environmental factors that can cause redness flare-ups.

Hyaluronic Acid
Any impaired skin barrier that is suffering from dry, flaky, reactive or over stripped skin will benefit from this hydration boosting active ingredient. Beneficial for all skin types including conditions like eczema and dermatitis.

Linoleic Acid
Commonly found in oils such as rosehip, evening primrose, and wheatgerm, this ingredient is effective for treating an impaired barrier. Linoleic Acid strengthens the skin barrier which in turn helps lock hydration and moisture into the skin.

Allantoin
Non-irritating allantoin soothes and protects the skin and has the ability to help heal and stimulate the growth of new tissue.

Arnica
Calms the redness and inflammation associated with rosacea. Increases white blood cell activity to help combat irritation.

Let our team help you get on top of your skin concerns and put together the ideal anti-redness skincare plan for you. Book your free skin consultation today!

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Anti-redness skincare can target a range of concerns from flushing flare-ups to persistent, blotchy redness due to damaged, inflamed skin.

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Frequently asked questions

How can I reduce redness on my face?

Redness can be a tricky concern to treat, and be caused by many internal and external factors. Due to this we do prefer to  recommend a routine to specifically treat each individual. Please reach out to our Skin Service Team for a full skin consultation today.

What causes redness on the face?

There can be many underlying causes for facial redness as well as external triggers which can make pinpointing the cause tricky. Redness can be genetic, flared up by hormones, changes in temperature/weather, even the wrong skincare can further exacerbate facial redness.

How long does skin redness last?

Depending on the cause of the redness, it can be calmed with skin care and clinic treatments - some causes are easier to treat than others. In some individuals, it’s simply a case of managing redness as it may not go away completely.

How do you reduce redness and inflammation?

Calming, cooling and anti-inflammatory ingredients can be helpful for managing redness, and ensure you are following a gentle anti-redness skincare routine, avoiding ingredients that may irritate your skin, triggering your concern.