By Unknown - June 16, 2017

Red Face

Skin redness can be unsightly and embarrassing, but it can also be a symptom of a more serious dermatological problem like eczema or rosacea, a condition that affects up to 14 million Americans. Here are some tips that can help relieve red skin.

Use sunscreen. Sometimes your skin can be red due to overexposure to the sun. Make sure you wear sunscreen whenever you are going to be outside for long periods of time to avoid the risk of sunburn.

Cold compress.
Cold compress is a popular remedy for pain and inflammation.
In fact, it’s often used as a first aid procedure for injuries such as bumps in the head or bruises due to impact.
 It also works for facial flushing as it helps cool down the skin and tone down swelling.

Coconut oil.
Coconut oil is beneficial for those suffering from facial redness, as this symptom is often accompanied by skin tightness and dryness, because it is an excellent moisturizer that can keep the skin fully hydrated.

Honey when mixed with olive oil and beeswax has been found to benefit people with fungal diseases suffering from these symptoms caused by fungal skin infections which is mostly characterized by, scaling, itchiness and burning pain.

For centuries, oatmeal has been used to relieve itch and inflammation due to various skin problems.
However, it wasn’t until 1945 that a ready-to-use colloidal oatmeal product for the skin became available in the market

Flax seed oil.
 Evidence has proven that flaxseed oil can benefit the skin, particularly those who suffer from inflammation.

Quit smoking.
Smoking tobacco can cause many problems for the human body and the skin is no different. It is common knowledge that smoking can leave skin with a yellowish tint and can accelerate the visible signs of aging, but smoking can also prevent the skin from receiving the necessary nutrients and oxygen.

Avoid sun exposure. Protecting your skin from the sun is important for everyone, but it is especially crucial for those with rosacea because their skin is particularly sensitive. Use quality sunblock that is free from harmful.

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