Redness and Rosacea
Many people suffer from rosacea and search in vain for products to effectively combat its symptoms, particularly redness of the skin.
The triggers for rosacea outbursts are very similar to those which cause normal skin redness. These include:
- Environment – sun, wind, humidity, temperature extremes
- Alcohol consumption
- Strenuous exercise
- Diet – caffeine, spicy foods
- Cosmetics and medicines
Cosmetics can help to conceal most cases of skin redness, however it is essential to ensure that your makeup does not contribute to the problem by aggravating the skin further.
The most effective method of treating rosacea and redness is learning about factors that trigger your condition. Staying out of the sun, and avoiding particular foods or rapid temperature changes can contribute to keeping your skin evenly toned and healthy in appearance.
Ingredients like Vitamin C, Macadamia and Avocado Oil can assist in calming the skin and preventing flare-ups. Overall, it is important to keep your skin well-hydrated, clean and protected.
Radiant Cream Cleanser - use as a makeup remover
Rejuvenating Foaming Cleanser - use for a deep power cleanse
AHA Power Exfoliant
Rejuvenating Day Cream
Rejuvenating Night Treatment
Vitamin A Corrector - use every third night
Vitamin B3 Complex - use every morning
Vitamin C Serum - use every second night as a treatment, or use daily as a makeup primer
Dermal Face Lift Mask - use on special occasions or once a week
Purifying Hydration Mask - use twice a week on alternate nights to the Vitamin A Corrector
Eye and Lip Hydration Treatment
Pure Hydration Concentrate - use every morning and night around the eye and lip area