8 Reasons You Have Facial Redness

Rosacea: A chronic skin condition characterized by redness, flushing, and visible blood vessels, often accompanied by acne-like bumps or pustules.

Sunburn: Excessive sun exposure can lead to sunburn, causing redness, inflammation, and discomfort on the face and other exposed areas.

Sensitive Skin: Individuals with sensitive skin may experience redness in response to triggers such as certain skincare products, weather changes, or environmental factors.

Allergic Reactions: Allergens in skincare products, cosmetics, or environmental factors such as pollen can trigger allergic reactions, resulting in facial redness and irritation.

Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis): Eczema flare-ups can cause red, itchy, and inflamed patches on the skin, including the face.

Acne: Inflammatory acne lesions, such as papules, pustules, and cysts, can cause redness and swelling on the face.

Contact Dermatitis: Contact with irritants or allergens can cause contact dermatitis, leading to redness, itching, and inflammation on the face.

Stress or Anxiety: Emotional stress or anxiety can trigger the body's release of stress hormones, leading to increased blood flow to the face and resulting in facial redness.

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