Redness in face is a common condition that can be associated with different skin types and conditions. Fortunately, there are skincare products out there that are designed to aid in the reduction of redness. When combating redness, the best course of action is to identify what is causing the symptom and to use skincare to reduce redness and sensitivity.
What is causing your redness
The first course of action is identifying the cause of the redness. below are some common skin types and conditions that can lead to redness in face and on skin.
- Sensitive skin
- Inflammation in the skin
- Hot skin temperature
- High blood pressure
Redness caused by sensitivity & allergies
There are many factors that can cause sensitivities in the skin that lead to redness. The most common being sensitivity caused by dryness & allergies.
Dry skin sensitivity can lead to a damaged skin barrier. When the natural protective moisture barrier of our skin is damaged, the skin becomes red, inflamed and of course, sensitive to external aggressors and allergens.
"How can I reduce sensitivity?"
You can help prevent sensitivity, start using skincare for redness and sensitivity. Focus on using skincare products that have the following benefits:
By doing so, these products will aid in creating healthier skin that is resistant to sensitivity and redness.
Additionally, avoid using products or consuming foods that you may be allergic to. If you are unsure of any allergies you may have, then you should speak with your family doctor to identify them. In terms of allergies and skincare, common ingredients that can lead to sensitivity are:
- High volumes of fragrance/perfume
- Large amounts of essential oils
- High volumes of acids
Avoiding these types of ingredients can greatly benefit those with sensitive skin types.
Redness caused by Inflammation in the skin, Eczema, Rosacea, Scoriases and acne
Redness is also commonly associated with inflammation in the skin and can be linked to a multitude of causes such as inflammatory skin conditions like:
Acne and Inflammation
Acne is an inflammatory disease of the skin. When acne pimples are present, the skin will have large red bumps that appear red due to the pimples being inflamed. You can reduce inflammation by using calming and soothing skincare for redness to help bring down inflammation.
Eczema, Rosacea and Psoriasis
Aside from acne, other skin conditions such as eczema, rosacea and psoriasis can play a major role in skin redness. Both of these skin conditions are inflammatory and autoimmune disorders of the skin.
"How can I get rid of sporiasis and rosacea?"
Unfortunately, both these skin conditions do not have a cure, however, they both can be managed by using skincare for redness and inflammation to help calm the symptoms.
For best results, start by using skincare products that have calming and anti-inflammatory effects.
Redness caused by hot skin temperature , high blood pressure and sunburns
Temperature can play a massive role in the redness of our skin. Because of that, it is important we understand and identify what may be causing the temperature in our skin to rise and cause redness.
"Is my skin too hot?"
If you begin to notice there is redness in your skin and your skin feels hot to the touch, try using cooling skincare and devices so you can reduce the heat in your skin.
"Is my blood pressure high?"
Additionally, high blood pressure can cause the blood to gather in the face, because of this, the face can become red due to the gathering of blood. You can check if your blood pressure is high by paying your local pharmacy a visit and asking for a blood pressure test. These are normally free to anyone.
If your blood pressure is high, your pharmacy and doctor can advise the best course of action you should take to reduce your blood pressure safely.
"Do I have a sunbun?"
If you've been out in the sun without SPF and notice your skin is red, chances are you do have a sunburn.
You can use skincare for redness that uses calming and cooling ingredients to help pull the heat out from the skin.
Here is how you can cool down hot skin
Use ingredients and devices such as:
- Aloe Vera
- Camellia extract
- Chamomile extract
- Cucumber extract
- Watermelon extract
- Collodial Oat extract
- Burdock Root Extract
- Green tea extract
Skincare for redness
To make it easier for everyone, here is a completed Japanese skincare routine that contains products that focus on calming and cooling the skin.
This Japanese face wash utilizes skin calming ingredients such as Allantoin to help calm the skin while gently cleansing away excess oil. Formulated with Japanese white strawberry extract to offer antioxidant care while cleansing.
This Japanese toner utilizes a formulation that revolves around providing the skin with calming and cooling effects for calmer less red skin. Additionally, it provides Japanese silk extract that helps strengthen a damaged skin barrier to help prevent sensitivity.
This Japanese serum utilizes skin calling, cooling and regulating ingredients to help restore the skin's water and moisture levels while reducing redness and irritation. With ingredients such as aloe vera to hydrate and cool, ginseng root for regulating blood flow and offer antioxidant care for antiaging benefits.
This Japanese cream uses a unique formulation of nano ingredients. This Japanese technique converts ingredients into smaller molecular levels to allow for maximizes effects on the skin. With skin calming, repairing and soothing ingredients such as aloe vera, glacial water, sakura flowers and royal jelly it offers a bounty of benefits to aid in reducing redness and creating healthy stronger skin.