If you've ever dealt with redness in your skin, you know how problematic it can be. I've been dealing with intermittent redness most of my life and have learned some tips and tricks along the way that I'm going to share with today.
First off, stop taking HOT showers! I was guilty of taking steamy showers for years. Did you know that it can not only bring out redness in your skin, but lead to broken capillaries? So, limit those super hot showers and opt for warm ones instead. And a bonus, I've always found that a shot of cool water at the end makes my hair extra shiny (make sure you seal in those smooth hair cuticles with a serum to make the shiny look last) and the coolness is wonderfully invigorating to boot!
Next, tackle the redness head on. There are products made specifically for redness like the Glytone Rosacure Kit. Exposure to the sun, wind and even allergies can bring on bouts of redness, so having some products on hand to help tackle your outbreak would be clutch. The Rosacure products soothe and calm skin and help reduce the signs and symptoms that go along with visible redness.
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If you're in the middle of treating your redness and still need to be out and about, a tinted moisturizer and color correcting powder can do wonders! Try out Jane's Multi-Colored Color Correcting Powder help balance your uneven skin tone and counteract the redness. And as far as tinted moisturizer goes, a Vince Camuto Flower's Face the World Tinted Moisturizer is a great choice. Remember the sun only makes redness worse, so you want a product with SPF. I don't even always put it on all over. Sometimes I just dab it on the red parts like my chin, cheeks and corners of my nose.
I hope this helps you tackle the redness lovelies!
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