Why Is My Face Red: How to Get Rid of Facial Redness

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Why Is My Face Red? How to Get Rid of Facial Redness Stop hiding behind your makeup! If your face is red and irritated, it’s time to tackle the problem head-on. Here is everything that you need to know about getting rid of facial redness.

 

First things first, you need to ask yourself: “Why is my face red, what am I dealing with?” There are a few different conditions that can cause facial redness. Issues like rosacea, acne and eczema will cause chronic redness while sunburns, vasculitis, food allergies, bug bites and cosmetic sensitivity can cause short-term facial redness. So, your first job is to pay attention to what your body has to say.

Rosacea is one of the most common things leaving women red in the face. While acne is pretty obvious, rosacea comes on a bit more subtly. Typically you’ll see the telltale redness along with inflammation around your cheeks, forehead, nose and chin. It’s all caused by enlarged blood vessels and some of us are much more likely to have it than others.

Women with fair skin are particularly prone to rosacea. According to the National Rosacea Society, 33% of women with this condition have at least one parent of Irish heritage and 27% have a parent of English descent. It’s also very common among people of Scandinavian, Scottish, Welsh or Eastern European descent.

If you think that you might have rosacea, have a chat with your doctor. The treatment is pretty straightforward. You’ll be told to limit your exposure to the sun, stress, spicy food, alcohol and any potential irritating creams and cosmetics. Your doctor might prescribe a medicated facial cream that will take away any minor irritation as it comes up. Some women also find birth control or acne treatments to be helpful.

Ultimately, internet diagnosis is only going to get you so far. If your skin is irritated, try a process of elimination to see what the cause might be and talk to a dermatologist. Covering up your skin with makeup is definitely not a long-term strategy, especially if your skin is inflamed and hurting.

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