Blemishes & Redness

Facial skin break out can be severe to destroy self-confidence and personal esteem. Not all facial skin redness, rashes, and irritation are acne. Breakouts can be caused by different skin conditions including rosacea, eczema, folliculitis, excoria, and perioral dermatitis. The causes of these conditions are different but they have some common features.

 

Rosacea usually appears as redness and irritation on the cheeks, nose, forehead and chin. Heat, alcohol, sun exposure, emotions, spicy foods, and topical irritants leading to skin inflammation may trigger the problem. Issues of communication between skin’s immune cells and structural cells may be the cause.

Eczema can show up as redness and irritation. Hormones, stress, genetics and diet are among several contributing factors leading to cutaneous hyper-reactivity, inappropriate immune response to various bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms, and secondary infections can play an important role in causing eczema.

Folliculitis appears like acne. It is caused when hair curls back underneath the skin leading to irritation and opens the skin to bacterial infection causing a breakout. Shaving, tweezing and waxing trigger the problem.

Excoria also appears like acne. It is triggered by the habit of compulsive skin picking. Bacteria from your hands and fingernails infect and irritates your skin and causes a breakout.

Perioral Dermatitis appears as discrete red bumps that are often confluent forming inflammatory plaques on the skin around the mouth. Several contributing factors such as hormones, stress, genetics and diet may trigger skin irritation creating a breeding ground for bacteria, which causes a breakout.

Solution:

Dr Vu Cosmeceuticals aims to manage and control the cosmetic issues of skin redness and blemishes by addressing all the factors that can cause the problems. Our products are specially formulated with natural active agents that act as humectants, antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, and specific cell defending and supporting agents, which synergistically work to provide the best environment for achieving optimal skin health.

Facial skin break out can be severe to destroy self-confidence and personal esteem. Not all facial skin redness, rashes, and irritation are acne. Breakouts can be caused by different skin conditions including rosacea, eczema, folliculitis, excoria, and perioral dermatitis. The causes of these conditions are different but they have some common features.

 

Rosacea usually appears as redness and irritation on the cheeks, nose, forehead and chin. Heat, alcohol, sun exposure, emotions, spicy foods, and topical irritants leading to skin inflammation may trigger the problem. Issues of communication between skin’s immune cells and structural cells may be the cause.

Eczema can show up as redness and irritation. Hormones, stress, genetics and diet are among several contributing factors leading to cutaneous hyper-reactivity, inappropriate immune response to various bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms, and secondary infections can play an important role in causing eczema.

Folliculitis appears like acne. It is caused when hair curls back underneath the skin leading to irritation and opens the skin to bacterial infection causing a breakout. Shaving, tweezing and waxing trigger the problem.

Excoria also appears like acne. It is triggered by the habit of compulsive skin picking. Bacteria from your hands and fingernails infect and irritates your skin and causes a breakout.

Perioral Dermatitis appears as discrete red bumps that are often confluent forming inflammatory plaques on the skin around the mouth. Several contributing factors such as hormones, stress, genetics and diet may trigger skin irritation creating a breeding ground for bacteria, which causes a breakout.

Solution:

Dr Vu Cosmeceuticals aims to manage and control the cosmetic issues of skin redness and blemishes by addressing all the factors that can cause the problems. Our products are specially formulated with natural active agents that act as humectants, antioxidants, anti-inflammatories, and specific cell defending and supporting agents, which synergistically work to provide the best environment for achieving optimal skin health.