Redness Relief Moisturizer Brand Discusses Causes Of Skin Redness

Well-known manufacturer of skincare products, SeboCalm, has recently discussed the different factors that may lead to redness of the skin. The company's redness relief moisturizer is currently selling successfully on Amazon.

Or Yeuda, Israel - February 14, 2020 —

To support its rapidly growing clientele on Amazon, SeboCalm has recently shared the reasons why a large number of men and women can suffer from redness of the skin. This experienced skincare brand recently started its journey on Amazon with its redness relief moisturizer. This calming moisturizer is a vegan formula that has helped users reduce symptoms of acne, blemishes, seborrheic dermatitis and rosacea.

Red spots on the skin are a common medical complaint. According to SeboCalm, it can occur due to infections of the skin, disseminated infections, allergic reactions, or irritations of the skin. When a red bump or rash is flat, it is medically known as a macule. When the red spot is raised, it is known as a papule. Erythema is the medical term for redness of the skin, SeboCalm explains.

“Sensitive skin can be prone to redness if it comes into contact with irritating ingredients. Irritants range from things in our wash bag to the detergent we are using. Often using a lot of different products can have an adverse reaction on our skin,” said Dr. Herman Weiss, the senior spokesperson from SeboCalm. “If certain products are causing a stinging or burning sensation, it may suggest an allergic reaction and a doctor should be consulted. Eating certain foods may result in blood flow increasing in and around your face, and as a result, you may experience flushing and redness.”

The rosacea treatment moisturizer from SeboCalm combines the proven natural skincare capabilities of aloe barbadensis and black cohosh root. As an antioxidant or anti-inflammatory agent, black cohosh root helps reduce inflammation. Aloe barbadensis, on the other hand, soothes the skin. These plant extracts also absorb excess oil and prevent pores from enlarging. The product also contains vitamin E to protect the skin from free radicals and environmental damage.

“I bought this facial cream because it is vegan and hypoallergenic, and with my sensitive skin I’m afraid of trying new products. I’m pleasantly surprised how well works on my skin and so happy I tested it. I’d definitely recommend it,” a satisfied user stated in her Amazon review.

To find out more about SeboCalm rosacea treatment for face, please visit the company’s Amazon storefront.

 

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About Us: SeboCalm’s story begins back in the 90s at a pharmacy in Rishon LeZion with pharmacists Amnon Bechar and Herman Weiss. Together, they have become Israel’s first developers of dermo-cosmetic products that fill the gap between cosmetics and medication.

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Address: , Or Yeuda, Israel
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Website: https://www.sebocalm.co.il/en/

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