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Anti-Redness Serum
FIRST AID BEAUTY

Anti-Redness Serum

3.3( 506 Ratings )
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Cruelty-freeParaben-Free
Highlights
Why It's SpecialI have always had a reddish complexion and it has always bothered me. Comments like, "Why are you so red?" happened regularly. I hated it. "No, it's not my blood pressure, my dad had this too!" I started using First-Aid Anit-Redness Serum about six months ago. I noticed a difference immediately. [...]
What It DoesColloidal sulfur combats the root cause of facial redness, aloe soothes and calms, ginger works as a natural, powerful anti-redness agent, and bisabolol aids penetration of the formula's active ingredients.
Ingredients
27 ingredients
Effects
CAFFEINE
Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Oxidant
Panthenol
Hydrating
Glycerin
Hydrating
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Is this a good anti-redness serum?
Is this a good anti-redness serum?
FIRST AID BEAUTY - Anti-Redness Serum What am I? This product is marketed as an anti redness serum that alleviates and soothes stressed skin, calm inflammation, and guard against environmental stressors. This product claims to tackle skincare concerns such as hyperpigmentation, rosacea, free radical damage, and redness. It contains caffeine and ginger extract to cool inflammation and aloe vera to calm irritation. This is a thicker creamier type of serum that would best be used as the last serum of your routine. However after you apply it to the skin it skins in quickly and doesn’t leave any stickyness or residue. What do I think about it? I can’t completely remember where I got this from but I’m pretty sure I got it in a gift set for Christmas last year. I really love the brand and I had high hopes for this product, but honestly I don’t feel like this product was doing much for me. I tried this for 10 days but I didn’t notice it doing anything positive for my skin. I have skin that is very prone to redness and I didn’t feel like this helped with that at all. If anything I noticed that by mid day my skin looked more oily than usual when I was using this in the morning. Lastly I want to mention the price. At $36 for the full size 1.7oz, you’re best off passing on this and picking something else from First Aid Beauty like their toner or ultra repair cream. Would I recommend it? Unfortunately it’s a no for me, dawg.
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sweetlittleindulgences_
Anti-Redness Serum
FIRST AID BEAUTY-Anti-Redness Serum
Two Skincare Trends That Aren’t Just Marketing
Two Skincare Trends That Aren’t Just Marketing
“Skin Superfoods”! “Anti-Blue Light Skincare!” “Probiotic Skincare!” “Anti-Pollution Skincare!” How do you decode what is a marketing buzzword and what is legit? Some have strong basis but bad delivery- blue light is blocked by tinted mineral sunscreen, so a specific serum is a bit overkill. Others take a bit of reading to legitimize their validity, and not everyone is happy to comb through dermatology journals all day... but I’ve found that the majority of the time, it’s usually just marketing. However, two recent trends caught my eye. My Skin: Combination, Acneprone, Sensitive. • Probiotics have been getting the limelight as focus shifts to the microbiome of the skin. Acne is the most studied resident of the skin microbiota, but it’s not the most important: if acne is only one of the bacteria we host, what about the others? Recent skincare focuses on the “good bacteria”, which work to keep the skin microbiome a healthy, habitable place while discouraging “bad bacteria” growth. I started applying topical Clindamycin a few months ago and have had good results, but I started getting small papules that remained whether I used BHA, Clindamycin, or tretinoin. I returned to a previous favourite moisturizer, PAULA'S CHOICE - Probiotic Nutrient Moisturizer , and the blemishes went away within a month or so! I love the PC Moisturizer for its creamy mid-weight texture as well as the silky and calm results I get from it! I recommend it to anyone looking to dip their toes into a no-fuss form of probiotic skincare. • Anti-Pollution skincare is hot and cold for me. On one hand, free radicals definitely contribute to premature signs of aging. On the other hand, the products you already use contain ingredients that help fight off a variety of types of environmental aggressors: vitamin C (ascorbic acid), vitamin E (tocopherol), vitamin B3 (niacinamide), ceramide NP, green tea, algae... Unless your skincare is as bare bones as it gets, you probably don’t need an extra serum. FIRST AID BEAUTY - Anti-Redness Serum is a lovely serum that contains a few antioxidants and a variety of soothing ingredients. It isn’t necessary and I likely won’t repurchase unless it’s on sale, but is something I use to augment my other products that contain antioxidant/anti-free radical ingredients, like my vitamin C serum. It has the added bonus of reducing inflammation and redness in my eczema-prone skin! Instead of focusing on anti-pollution, instead focus on the ingredients that fight against environmental damage- you’ll either find little need for a new product or you’ll be able to buy one knowing which products are probably worth the investment. #CheriePartner
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Skinsitive
Anti-Redness Serum
FIRST AID BEAUTY-Anti-Redness Serum
FAB anti-redness serum
FAB anti-redness serum
This serum is a very good value because it’s very thick and the bottle comes with a whopping almost two ounces. First Aid Beauty is my favorite brand at the moment because of their high-quality products that I can always count on. I use this anti-redness serum after my skin has had an allergic reaction and when I get beard burn from my boyfriend 🤣🤫. It does a nice job of calming my skin down and is very gentle. It has not done anything for the redness under my nose which I have accepted as my natural skin tone and have given up trying to make it less red. It has a very mild sulfur smell that goes away very fast luckily. I took a star away because I don’t think that it’s the best product available on the market for red skin (cue dr.jart’s cicapair range!) and isn’t my favorite FAB product. I would recommend it though for anyone who is reaction-prone.
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younghappyskin
Anti-Redness Serum
FIRST AID BEAUTY-Anti-Redness Serum
FAB Anti-Redness Serum
FAB Anti-Redness Serum
This serum is meant to calm skin and relieve redness and flare-ups. It is free from ingredients that tend to irritate skin. I have suffered from rosacea for the last four years or so. Sadly, I did not find that this helped reduce my redness at all. It is very smooth and soothing on the face but any reduction in redness is gone within the hour. However, I did continue to use and finish the bottle because it left my skin feeling SO smooth and soft. It is great for an everyday serum but I don’t recommend if you are looking for something specifically to target redness. The consistency is slightly thicker than a normal serum and reminds me more of a moisturizer consistency. It is $36 so if you are someone who is looking for something to reduce redness, your money is best spent elsewhere.FIRST AID BEAUTY - Anti-Redness Serum
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charlotteclaire97
Anti-Redness Serum
FIRST AID BEAUTY-Anti-Redness Serum
Stubborn closed comedones
Stubborn closed comedones
I’ve been experiencing these small closed comedones that look like fungal acne but are actually small raised blackheads/ white heads. They’re so stubborn and no AHA or BHA has really helped. I am currently using a Rory prescription with .03% tretinoin 2.5% niacinamide, vitamin E and ceramides. I use this every other or every 2 nights to reduce irritation and peeling. I use it with either Embryolisse - Hydra-Cream Light or Cetaphil - Cetaphil Moisturizing Cream . In the morning I will use FIRST AID BEAUTY - Anti-Redness Serum embryolisse and an SPF usually CeraVe - AM Facial Moisturizing Lotion SPF 30 . I use both the cream cleanser and the SA cleanser and at night I always double cleanse with an oil or balm first. I’m not sure what these stubborn bumps are but I would appreciate any suggestions or input! I also have many many products available because I love products and skin care, but finding the right products is tough!
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Alainamariewheel
AM Facial Moisturizing Lotion SPF 30
CeraVe-AM Facial Moisturizing Lotion SPF 30
how it started vs. how it’s going
how it started vs. how it’s going
started with African black soap and tea tree oil- 😬 now we’re on some new magic 🥳 Updated routine CeraVe - Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin The Ordinary - Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% hyaluronic acid FIRST AID BEAUTY - Anti-Redness Serum bag busting eye serum- caffeine+plant extracts CeraVe - SA Smoothing Cream BARE REPUBLIC - Mineral Face Sunscreen Gel Lotion SPF 30 PM YOUTH TO THE PEOPLE - Superfood Cleanser Refill The Ordinary - Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% hyaluronic acid FIRST AID BEAUTY - Anti-Redness Serum bag busting eye serum- caffeine+plant extracts The Ordinary - Natural Moisturizing Factors + HA
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brooklyn.1104
Anti-Redness Serum
FIRST AID BEAUTY-Anti-Redness Serum
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