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✊Save Your Facial Redness | Cherie
✊Save Your Facial Redness | Cherie
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✊Save Your Facial Redness

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CheriePick
Facial redness...ughh...I just CAN NOT believe how hard it is to get rid of facial redness🤯. Facial redness can be caused by a host of conditions, such as sun damage, seborrhea, and rosacea. But cuties, it is not impossible to get rid of it😏. @Mallory “You should look into lactic acid! It’s amazing for dry skin. Like skin should definitely be exfoliated once a week and that will help with the bumps. As for the redness I’d look into niacinamide. I had redness as well and the Good Molecules niacinamide toner has helped me so much! And it’s only $12 (they have a serum as well I love for $6). I have a post about niacinamide and it’s benefits for redness. CeraVe is really good line as well because it’s not going to have any bad ingredients and it’s super gentle but you’re going to want to slowly introduce actives into your routine to start addressing your concerns. 🖤” @Blyssey_CBE "Redness can be from a variety of reasons! Rosascea, thinner skin, sensitive skin or an impaired barrier. Anytime the skin is red it’s always best to calm and soothe it. Avoid alcohol, fragrances, sulfates and exfoliating. Use gentle products like a cleansing milk or cream cleanser. :)" @normas “As a person with sensitive skin and redness, it is important for me to develop good skin care habits. Of course, I have been paying attention to anti-inflammatory ingredients. If you are interested, I will be happy to share it with you. 🤍Red myrrh alcohol: It is anti-irritant and can protect the skin. This ingredient is extracted from chrysanthemums (Chamomile also has good anti-inflammatory effects). It has good compatibility with the skin to prevent acne and repair inflammation damaged skin. 🤍Centella asiatica(Cica): Asiaticoside has a certain role in promoting the vitality of fibroblasts in the skin, which can help accelerate skin healing, reduce inflammation and calm. " What's your experience of dealing with facial redness? Sweethearts, share your experience and tips below to help each other out. 👀👀👀 Don't forget to follow your best friend CheriePick, an official Cherie account, to interact with other Cherie members and get the best content in the community. Xoxo.
Jul. 14
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redrunnerMine got a lot better when I switched to Glow Recipe’s Banana Soufflé moisturizer! It is soo calming and feels so good on my skin. And I just use It Cosmetics CC cream and I’m good 😎
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