Updated: Apr 30
Do you experience facial redness or
Rosacea affects over 16 million people.
That number is actually low because
it is only associated with people who
have been officially diagnosed by a
physician. There are many more people
experiencing some level of facial
redness without a diagnosis. Redness
and flushing are challenging to control
and emotions associated with these
symptoms can impact confidence and
quality of life.
Did you know?
The typical onset of rosacea is between
age 30 to 50 and most readily affects
fair skin individuals. Rosacea is a chronic
inflammatory disorder of vasomotor
instability often appearing as flushing
and blushing. This can be transient in the
beginning where skin suddenly appears
red and then clears again later.
As Rosacea progresses the redness
becomes more persistent. Dilated
capillaries, also known as telangiectasia,
often also become visible on the skin.
One of the underlying causative factors
associated with Rosacea is the
cathelicidin inflammatory protein.
This protein is found in everyone and
is important for wound healing in the skin,
but in people with Rosacea, it is far more
reactive to a range of triggers causing
inflammation and redness in the skin.
As with all skin concerns, cumulative
sun damage also plays a significant
role in the redness associated with
Rosacea. You may have also found that
certain foods, alcohol, caffeine, sugar, or
exercise and heat can cause your redness
to flare. Because the redness can be so
transient in the beginning, you may find
avoiding those triggers to be helpful.
The Key to Addressing Redness
As a chronic inflammatory disease, there
is no cure, but there are ingredients that
can play a significant role in helping
reduce inflammation and reduce the
appearance of facial redness and
flushing. As an added benefit, these
ingredients also help promote
overall skin rejuvenation.
Key Ingredients to Address Redness
Commonly prescribed for Rosacea.
In addition to anti-inflammatory
benefits, Azelaic acid is also
excellent for resurfacing and
brightening the skin.
Certain peptides, including
tetrapeptide-14, have also been
shown to down regulate the
inflammatory process to prevent
and reduce redness.
Antioxidants have been shown to
counter the impact of free radicals
and reduce inflammation. There
are a wide range of antioxidants
with clinical supper including
Vitamin C, green tea, white tea,
and red tea extracts.
Glycolic Acid is one of the most
studied ingredients in the cosmetic
industry, showing a broad range of
benefits across multiple concerns
including redness reduction.
Glycolic acid also has anti-
properties that are highly
beneficial in addressing the
redness associated with
Salicylic acid is another powerful
acid shown to reduce inflammation.
Salicyclic acid is in the same family
as aspirin - they are both salicylates
shown to have potent anti-
Broad Spectrum Sun Protection
Broad spectrum sun protection
ingredients found in sunscreens
are also one of the most
important you can use to help
prevent inflammation and redness.
Products designed to reduce redness:
Start with a consistent skin regimen
that is easy for beginners and novices
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Jan Marini Skin Care Management System
A comprehensive collection of
advanced products delivers rapid
improvement in the appearance of
fine lines & wrinkles, uneven
texture and sun damage.
Add on this targeted product to help reduce the appearance of redness and facial flushing!
Redness Reducing Complex
Green Tea Extract
Allantoin Acetyl Methionine
White Tea Extract
Red Tea Extract
Boswellia Serrata Extract
Facial: Monthly, or as needed, facials are an amazing way to replenish hydration and target areas of redness!
Laser and Light Therapy designed to address thickened skin, dilated capillaries, telangiectasia causing persistent redness.
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