Before taking any steps for treating the issue, the best thing is to determine what causes the redness. Some conditions like rosacea, acne and eczema are the cause of chronic redness. On the other hand, food allergies, sunburns, vasculitis and sensitivity to cosmetic formulas are temporary.
Importance of Sun Protection
Besides the hot and cold weather, another reason for facial redness are the sunrays. In a recent conversation with a skin care specialist in a Sydney skin rejuvenation clinic, I was told that because of the angle of sun, skin is especially exposed in the afternoon. Covering the skin with sun protection factor will not only keep the redness away but also prevent sunburns and dry skin.
Remove the Allergens from your Life
Use a quality facial cleanser and then moisturize so your skin can stay soft throughout the day. A prescription cream like hydrocortisone can soothe the inflammation with its steroid formula.
This includes fruits and vegetables, Vitamin A, B, C, D and iron and zinc.
Use Natural Products
The skin calming properties of Aloe Vera products are well known for treating rosacea, dry skin and sunburns. The gel should be applied daily for 20 minutes and rinsed with water. The treatment should take several weeks. Vitamin E and anti-oxidants in chamomile tea reduce the skin redness.