How To Cure Red/Rosacea Skin Conditions
Red and Rosacea conditions are due to inflammation of the skin and are known as some of the most severe instigators of skin damage and aging. Red skin is an inflammatory condition that affects the skin’s pores due to the blood vessels close to the skin surface expanding, dilating and then swelling causing the skin to become red. Red skin is mainly triggered by the sun but can result from stress, certain spicy foods, drinks like alcohol (drink sulfite-free wine to avoid redness) or coffee, exercise, allergies, or drastic changes in temperature from cold to hot, such as long hot showers. Redness can also come from hormonal changes (try taking your estrogen at night rather than in the morning) but in general, people with light skin and a tendency to freckle are more likely to get red skin. Over time, the blood vessels that cause skin redness can get large and become permanently dilated.
Red skin should not be confused with the condition called Rosacea. Rosacea is characterized by redness that slowly worsens each year. Rosacea looks bumpy like acne or appears as a red patch that sometimes becomes slightly puffy and usually begins between the ages of 30 and 50. Our T4 10% Mandelic Face & Body Alpha Hydroxy Peel will reduce the acne-like Rosacea breakouts and over time help control the red and keep it from progressing. For the tiny, dilated blood vessels caused by Red-Rosacea skin, T4 has a product called “No More Red Skin” that shrinks the blood vessels and veins. Even though laser treatments are helpful for reducing redness and dilated blood vessels, especially the Intense Pulse Light Laser, these treatments are not permanent and very costly ($400 to $800 per treatment). Due to the re-occurrence of redness & broken blood vessels combined with the cost of laser treatments, an at-home skin repair program like T4 offers for Red-Rosacea skin creates more consistent, lasting, and cost effective results.
Sunlight and ultra violet radiation are the main cause for tiny blood vessels on the surface of the skin to dilate and for the skin to become red. Usually, the face is also interspersed with little broken blood vessels and red spots. Hormones and antibiotics such as tetracycline, doxycycline and minocycline and drugs for high blood pressure also make the skin red in conjunction with sun exposure. Over exposure to the sun is still the number 1 culprit and sign of external Red-Rosacea skin inflammation. Inflammation destroys healthy skin tissue since free radicals are triggered and skin cells become damaged. This inflammation causes accelerated aging.
Other triggers to Red-Rosacea skin inflammation that lead to premature aging are pollutants in the air such as smog because they create free radicals. Free radicals break down the skin. When the body attacks these free radicals as a means of defense it creates inflammation. Processed foods such as sugars and hydrogenated fats and oils create red skin inflammatory agents. Another cause of red skin inflammatory responses can be facial products that irritate the skin due to inexpensive, non-quality, harsh ingredients used to manufacture them. A high count of the cortisol hormone level in the body elevated by stress also creates Red-Rosacea inflammation in the skin. The skin also responds to acne and hormone imbalances by creating red inflammation in reaction to the skin injury or wound caused by the cystic hormone/acne imbalance.
Chronic red skin inflammation ages the skin because it is a drawn-out reaction caused by a shift in inflammatory skin cells that destroy skin tissue. Red skin inflammation causes elastin and collagen to deteriorate and collapse that leads to skin wrinkles. As free radicals move closer to the cells damage begins to occur as genes are activated which the body tries to attack via an inflammatory response. The longer free radicals remain in the skin, the quicker they make their way to the dermis causing micro-scarring and inflammation.
A group of enzymes called transcriptors deep within the skin, known for short as MMPs, play a significant role in the inflammatory process. Over exposure to the sun activates and jumpstarts these MMP transcriptors into an inflammatory response. MMP enzymes degrade skin protein and collagen. The more activity inflicted by MMPs, the more likely the skin will develop lines, wrinkles and sagging.
Noting inflammation as a key agitator of aging, we developed “No More Red Skin-Surface Bumps-Spider Veins" to target the effects of Red-Rosacea skin inflammation. T4 No More Red Skin seeks out internal and external inflammation at the cellular level to counteract red-Rosacea prone skin by 41% within 8 weeks as well as reduce surface bumps and red skin due to hormone changes or physical exercise or chemical food/substance aggression. T4 No More Red Skin increases the integrity of the extracellular matrix of the skin by increasing skin thickness, elasticity and firmness in order to counteract the formation of wrinkles. Glycosaminoglycans and Fish Cartilage in the formula inhibit the MMP enzymes that destroy the skin's collagen network.
Our No More Red Skin-Surface Bumps-Spider Veins also promotes hydration due to formula ingredients that activate new cell turnover. A high content of silicon sea kelp from the coastal waters of North America prevents wrinkling, sagging and dullness to the skin.
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