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Extreme facial redness
If you've ever been embarrassed or used a product your skin didn't like, you're probably familiar with facial redness. Those with sensitive skin might have even experienced facial flush without actually knowing the exact products that caused redness. The skin condition can be annoying and pop up at the worst times! David Lortscher , board-certified dermatologist and CEO of Curology broke down what exactly causes skin redness, how to prevent it, products to try, and products to avoid. The concentration of this active ingredient can cause irritation in skin if overused. According to Lortscher, the four cardinal signs of inflammation are redness, heat, swelling, and pain.
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10 reasons your face is red
10 reasons your face is red | American Academy of Dermatology
Many things can turn our faces red, including sunburn, acne, and hot flashes. Here are 10 less obvious reasons for seeing a red face when you look in the mirror. The face is a common place to get contact dermatitis. A soap or hair dye can irritate your skin, causing a condition known as irritant contact dermatitis. If you are allergic to what touches your face, you can develop allergic contact dermatitis. Common causes of allergic contact dermatitis include poison ivy, fragrances, and latex. How to get rid of the redness: This rash tends to clear on its own when you stop exposing your skin to whatever is causing the reaction.
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Facial redness is one of those mysteries I'm never quite sure how to solve. It's apparent when my face seems more flushed than usual, but I'm not always clear what I should do about it or even why I have it. Case in point: I've apparently spent my whole life with a mild case of rosacea which I suspected for years but didn't confirm until a month ago. And last year, when I experienced what turned out to be an eczema flare-up, even the dermatologist I visited had to walk me through a very long series of questions before determining exactly what I was experiencing. There's a wealth of information out there on the many types of facial redness, but it can get incredibly overwhelming to sort through it all.
Most of us assume that, if we ever dealt with skin-care problems, we'd leave them behind in our teen years along with our questionable hairstyle choices. Unfortunately, that's not always the case. And sometimes the skin issues we develop when we're older can be a lot more confusing and challenging to deal with than the occasional zit. For instance, at 28, I had what I thought was stubborn acne for a few years. I went all out in the drugstore aisle with harsh, drying products that ended up doing more harm than good.