The moment anyone notes a hint of redness in their skin tone, they automatically assume that it’s Rosacea. But is your redness really Rosacea? We asked award-winning, skincare expert Richard Maher to weigh in on this. Richard is our April Guest Blogger and wrote “What Is Rosacea? Redness by Any Other Name.” as our Advice From Our Experts column.
We loved his insight….
“Trying to differentiate between Rosacea and other skin disorders with similar symptoms takes a keen eye. Seborrheic Dermatitis has Rosacea’s redness….”Richard Maher
Is Your Redness Rosacea?
That redness that you see in the mirror may not be Rosacea, according to Richard and many other skincare experts. In fact, we reached out to our skincare gurus to ask for products that can help treat redness in the skin. It turns out that there are a number of products that treat redness without the word Rosacea even being mentioned. We found some advanced scientific products that are great for use in a facial but also great home care products. Our list of products to help manage redness in the skin includes some truly beautiful natural and organic products.
This Week’s POP! Products to relieve redness.
Fluvic Acid is a critical nutrient and one of the most powerful antioxidants known for skin health. It is anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-viral, and anti-inflammatory. It actively transports nutrients to deep tissues in the skin, leading to balanced hydration, wrinkle reduction, and reduced inflammation – Click Here
A highly concentrated soothing serum blend that calms and reduces redness and surface discoloration on troubled skin. Calming blend of Chamomile, Azulene, Calendula and Rose Hips synergistically works to transform the appearance of sun damage, rosacea, redness and damaged capillaries – Click Here
Manufactured by M.A.D Skincare, Redness Rescue is a gentle soothing gel delivering all the botanicals designed to calm irritated skin. A light weight gel leaves the skin feeling calmed and nourished, without feeling greasy. Quick absorbing botanicals penetrate quickly to maximize results and minimize redness and discomfort. – Click Here.
Fun Fact: It’s green color helps to combat the appearance of redness on the skin.
This professional only treatment masque is full of camphor, sulfur and sea kelp to help aid in calming the skin. Totally organic and packaged in sustainable metal and glass, you will help nurture the earth while nurturing your clients’ skin – Click Here.
There you have it, 4 incredible products the help combat redness in the skin, regardless if the redness is from Rosacea. This POP! has something for the professional’s treatment room and for the client to use at home! If you loved everything in this Week’s POP!, be sure to read all of our other Weekly POP! posts.
Thanks to California Skincare Supply, Dawn Lorraine Conscious Skincare, Nature Pure Labs and Glymed Plus for sponsoring this article.