It doesn’t matter whether you turn red easily because of your skin type, or you are suffering from some form of skin issue like acnea or rosacea, seeing your face going beet red and staying that way for hours can be pretty embarrassing at times. Many complain about this skin condition of theirs that they prefer to avoid situations that can trigger redness on their face. But regardless of what causes your skin to flare up and become reddish in hue, the good news is that there are several remedies that you can use to alleviate the problem. Here are some examples that you might want to try out.

Cucumber masks

Although there is no scientific explanation as to why cucumber works on reducing redness on the face, studies have shown that this treatment has been used for ages. You’ve probably seen several face masks that include cucumber as part of the ingredients. It is probably because cucumber has a soothing and cooling effect on the skin that can reduce inflammation and redness which makes it a good treatment. You can grate some cucumber to use as a face mask or cool it first in the fridge before using on your skin. 

Concealer

If there are splotches of red on your skin that you want to get rid of, you can use a green-tinted concealer to cover them up. The green color can negate the redness of your skin. Apply a small amount on the affected areas and blend evenly. Use a setting powder to keep your concealer adhered to your skin. If there are no green-tinted concealer available, regulate skin-toned concealer will still work. 

Colloidal oatmeal masks

Another solution that you can use to remedy the redness of your skin due to eczema, acne, and the like is to make a colloidal oatmeal mask. Colloidal oatmeal is basically pulverized oats that can help lessen the redness and swelling on your face. Aside from this, it can also absorb excess oil from your skin while moisturizing it at the same time. To make a mask, simply add a few teaspoons of colloidal oat on the palm of your hand, add some water, then mix together until you make a paste, and apply all over your face. Leave it on for a few minutes or until it has dried then rinse thoroughly. 

Manuna honey

This treatment may be a bit on the expensive side, but Manuka honey is worth using when it comes to relieving the redness on your face. Honey is known for its antioxidants and antibacterial properties that not only remove the toxins that may be building up in your skin but also treat bacteria that may be causing inflammation and redness. What’s more, Manuka honey has moisturizing and healing properties that can make your skin look healthy. Simply apply some honey on your face and allow to dry before rinsing. 

Follow an anti-inflammatory diet

If you want to keep the redness at bay, it is always a good idea to follow a diet that is free of any anti-inflammatories. It would also be better if you steer clear of foods and drinks that can heat you up from the inside such as alcoholic beverages, hot drinks, and even spicy foods as they can make you feel red on the face. Stick to those that have anti-inflammatories like fish, fruits, and vegetables so that you won’t have to deal with too much redness on your face.

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