As a sufferer of rosacea, skin redness and sensitive skin myself (yep, I scored the skin lottery), I’m the first to admit that dealing with it each day is a tricky feat, but there
is a way to help manage the redness. My first go-to is redness-reducing skin care products to help calm redness and reduce inflammation.
Ready to tackle your skin redness? We’ve rounded up six of the best redness-reducing products to help give you that calm, even complexion you crave…
Dermalogica UltraCalming Serum Concentrate
serum does it all – it helps to treat redness, correct it and also provide a barrier so your skin is protected against further inflammation. Just smooth it over your skin after cleansing and follow with your moisturiser for a calm and protected complexion. Natio Pure Mineral Redness Corrector
Featuring luminous liquid minerals, this
redness corrector works by deflecting light away from the skin to help even out your skin tone and lessen the appearance of redness. Genius! Ultraceuticals Ultra Red Action Complex
Packed with redness-reducing ingredients, this
luxe serum helps to target and reduce the appearance of redness, while soothing and protecting your complexion from further irritations. Jurlique Calendula Redness Rescue Soothing Moisturising Cream
A soothing moisturiser, this
cream helps to calm, comfort and rehydrate irritated, red skin for a relieved complexion. It features calendula, which is great for helping to draw away redness. AWE Cosmeceuticals nirvaata Calming Serum
calming serum is rich in potent anti-inflammatory ingredients to help relieve the skin of the heat and redness associated with rosacea and itchiness. Ahh, the relief! Nude by Nature Pressed Natural Mineral Cover
Now that you’ve got your redness-reducing skin care sorted, conceal any remaining redness with this
pressed powder foundation. It not only helps to hide blotchiness, but it also contains anti-inflammatory ingredients like cehami extract and vitamins C and E that help calm redness.
Do you suffer from skin redness? Would you like to try any of these redness-reducing products?