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Ladies - Products to reduce Redness / Blemishes

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banned6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
Hi, I have recently been getting quite a few blemishes on my face and was told by a beauty therapist that I have Roseacea. I'm 32 and never had bad skin until after the birth of my youngest child 4 years ago. I wonder whether anyone else has these problems and can recommend products to soothe my sore skin or should I go to my GP? I've been to Boots and they recommended Clinique's Redness Solutions range. It's got really good reviews online. Anybody tried this?? Thanks
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banned6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
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#1
I should go to your doc, after all the Beauty ther isnt a doc.
They may be able to give you something thatll work better than over counter stuff.
Also you dont wanna be putting the wrong stuff on and making it flair up more.
#2
I used to use this - http://www.jinnysmall.com/products/Fade-Out-Soothing-Facial-Redness-Remedy.html
But I think they have stopped making it as it's out of stock everywhere :)
#3
google aspirin mask or oil cleansing method. I would recommend the aspirin mask to anyone regardless of skin type, I have/had problem skin and clinique products made it much worse but everybody's skin is different.
#4
Bare Escentuals Rareminerals range - the moisturier, its ace and reduces redness too.
#5
Rosacea is a medical condition that requires specific medication that cannot be purchased.

Not sure her diagnosis is correct, it might only be redness / blemishes but some people like to sound clever by using such words.

The GP will tell you whether it is, or not. OR google images of rosacea and look yourself.

Know what you are dealing with before spending money
banned#6
Thank you so much for your advice - think I will take a trip to my GP to be on the safe side. Many Thanks!

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