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How to Reduce Redness on Your Face With Natural Skincare

How to Reduce Redness on Your Face With Natural Skincare

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How To Help Reduce Redness On Your Face

Causes Of Facial Redness

The causes of facial redness range from acne breakouts, dehydration, environmental aggressions to rosacea or even to a reaction to skincare products.

Whatever the cause, it may be accompanied by at least mild discomfort, so seeking relief ought to be high on your priority list. If persistent redness continues, or if you’re experiencing severe pain, schedule an appointment with your aesthetician as soon as possible.

Treating Your Redness On Your Face

When looking to treat redness on your face you want to find products which contain natural active ingredients such as;

  • Tambourissa extract

The tambourissa extract associated with beetroot extract, acts through the deep layer of the skin to treat redness at its origin. This active ingredient components reduce the synthesis of mediators, responsible for the inflammation and boosts microcirculation

  • Jojoba / Beeswax Complex

Jojoba on its own helps complexion, mixed with beeswax skin hydration levels by preventing water loss. It also balances skin’s oil production level. This active ingredient creates an invisible film protecting the skin.

Additional key ingredients that are helpful against redness are,

Watermelon, loaded with Vitamin E which rejuvenates your skin, vitamin C and A which helps reduce these free radicals that can slow down the signs of ageing.

Apple extracts can reduce redness associated with dehydration. It contains an antioxidant that helps protects against ultraviolet radiation and leads to younger looking skin.

Our Delarom Natural Redness Protect cream is the unique mix between natural ingredients and high tech actives used to treat inflammatory redness. The cream stimulates the reabsorption and the disappearance of existing redness by reducing the synthesis of mediators, responsible for the inflammation and by boosting microcirculation.