How to Get Rid of Red Skin
Many of us know what it is like to get a sunburn. Especially the kind that leave us really red when we have somewhere special to go or something to do and we were actually looking for a tan. Or perhaps you have rosy cheeks all of the time or just can’t explain why you always look red. Rest assure there are ways to reduce or get rid of red skin altogether. [sniplet AdSense Skyscraper] The first choice for many is aloe Vera. Aloe Vera is made specifically to aid in red or sunburned skin. It has a great cooling effect and many people even like the way it smells. It is best applied after a warm shower. Don’t over use it all at one time because you want it to actually soak into your skin for it’s full effect. Apply it as often as needed or at least 5 times a day to help reduce redness. The aloe Vera naturally speeds up the process for treating red skin.
Another great way that may sound just a little strange but also logical is to drip eye drops that are specifically for red eyes onto the red areas you want to eliminate. It actually does work a lot of times. Many people use it to reduce the redness around a pimple. It has great benefits that actually fight the red color helping it to not look so red.
St. Ives apricot scrub is also a great way to reduce redness. It peels away at the dead skin that covers your body helping to reduce the redness. It actually takes off layers of dead skin that is keeping your body looking red to make it look healthy and glowing. It is a great product and very reasonably priced and can be bought at many stores such as Walgreen’s or Walmart.
Whether you stayed out in the sun to long or have just been looking very red and flush lately there a many treatments to help you. If it is not a sunburn and you don’t have a skin condition such as rosacea maybe you should consider switching whatever lotions, detergent, shampoo, conditioner, soap, perfume, make up and anything else that you use that could have things that irritate your skin. Always be sure and use sun block because if your red skin is in fact a sunburn it is actually sun damage and can have harmful effects to your skin over a period of time.