Redness: A Common Skin Condition

Redness is characterized is a condition caused by an increase of capillary reactivity among other causes. Regardless of these causes or the duration, redness is a condition that can affect various aspects of your life. National Rosacea Foundation research shows that:

  • 71% of rosacea sufferers experience lower self-confidence and self-esteem than those without rosacea
  • 41% report avoiding public contact or cancel social engagements due to rosacea-related symptoms
  • 88% of those with the most severe symptoms said rosacea has adversely affected their professional interactions

More than 75% of all Americans have no knowledge of rosacea, including how to recognize it or what therapies are available. Even more shocking is the fact that more than 16 million Americans with symptoms have not been properly diagnosed, despite the grave affects rosacea has on its sufferers.

Permanent Redness

Permanent redness is also caused by different skin disorders like rosacea and eczema, or external factors like permanent sun exposure. Permanent redness can have flare episodes, often triggered by hot foods, alcohol, and stress, and can worsen with age.

Intermittent Redness

Intermittent redness, characterized by temporary symptoms, can still affect your confidence and self-esteem. This flushing, just as in permanent redness, is still caused by increased dilation of blood vessels. The primary difference is that the dilation is caused by strong emotions or temporary exposure to external factors such as abrupt weather changes or irritating skincare products. Even with intermittent redness, symptoms may worsen with time if the condition is not properly addressed.

Full-spectrum Efficacy

GLYTONE Redness Relief Line offers patented combinations of ingredients clinically proven to minimize the symptoms of intermittent to permanent redness, including stinging and itching. It also soothes and calms the skin, due to its anti-inflammatory ingredient.