When redness appears on the face, it is usually due to dilated blood vessels. It is quite common in sensitive skin and is concentrated on the cheeks and nose. Another symptom may be a warm, burning sensation on the face.
Redness can be treated with the use of specific skin products. It is very important that, if your skin is sensitive and you have redness, you use a specific facial care routine for this skin condition.
How to apply
DAY – Prevents and regenerates
Apply Cleansing Gel, our high-tolerance formula, which is suitable and respectful of the most sensitive skins. In addition to cleansing, it protects, restores the skin’s hydrolipidic film, soothes it and gives it the extra comfort it needs. Next, apply a few drops of the Retinol Like Serum, specially formulated for the most reactive skins, which alleviates the symptoms related to the appearance of spots and redness.
Finally, apply the Collagen Cream, enriched with shea butter, which is very effective in terms of skin renewal and acts by covering the skin with an invisible film that prevents dehydration and protects it from external aggressions.
NIGHT – Cleanses and repairs
Cleanse the face again with Cleansing Gel to remove dirt and impurities that accumulate throughout the day on the skin of the face, you can apply a few drops of Retinol Like Serum formulated with organic plant water that enhances the effectiveness of the active ingredients of the next treatment.
And for the last step, increase hydration and comfort with our Repairing night cream, formulated with thermal water, betaine, chamomile, chia and aloe, for natural repair, and centella asiatica concentrate with highly regenerative properties.
Treatment for redness of the face
We recommend that you use products with natural ingredients and effective active ingredients specifically for sensitive skin, as you need to deeply moisturise and reinforce your skin’s protective barrier. When it comes to daily hygiene, cleansing is basic and essential. Always use soap-free cleansers, which are less irritating and less drying. After cleansing, it is advisable to use serums and creams with emollient, moisturising and soothing properties.
Don’t forget sun cream and use colour cosmetics as an ally to camouflage the signs of redness.
Anti-redness serums and creams
We suggest a complete routine with which you can perform a correct cleansing and soothing facial moisturising to improve the symptoms and restore comfort to your skin.
We recommend starting with a cleanser with natural components such as aloe vera, respectful of sensitive skin, which in addition to cleansing, protects the skin, restoring its hydrolipidic film, a serum suitable for sensitive skin that relieves dryness, itching and flaking, and finally a cream containing shea, very effective in regenerating the skin, which acts by coating the skin with an invisible film that prevents dehydration and protects it from external aggressions.
There are several factors that may be causing the redness of your skin. From stress, hormones, sudden changes in temperature, spicy food, prolonged exposure to the sun... Avoid any possible triggers. You probably know the saying, prevention is better than cure!
Focus your efforts on providing your skin with adequate and targeted care to reduce redness with cosmetic treatments. Above all, you should strengthen the skin barrier with plenty of moisture to reinforce it.
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