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Sometimes your face flushes after a spicy meal, when you get nervous, or when exposed to harsh climatic conditions such as high or low temperatures, wind, and hot or cold water. If it is not often, it should not be a problem. However, if you notice that your face changes colors easily, or if some areas look usually red, then these manifestations may be telling you that there is an underlying skin problem and that you should do something about it.


  • Permanent or intermittent flushing.
  • Red blemishes that appear most commonly on cheeks or nose.
  • Telangiectasia or vascular spiders that appear most commonly on cheeks or nose.
  • Red bumps, not itchy.



Many internal factors and external stressors, or the combination of both, can lead to the inflammation or breaking of capillary vessels and trigger facial redness. Here, we number the most common ones.

  • Internal Factors
  • Weak connective tissue.
  • Weak capillary walls.
  • Lack of elasticity of blood vessels.
  • Alterations in skin microcirculation.
  • Blood vessels are more visible in thin skin. Your skin becomes thinner as you age.
  • External Stressors
  • Increased body temperature. It can be caused by: spacy food, nerves, exercise, etc.
  • External temperature fluctuations.
  • Alcohol or cigarette consumption can worsen it.

It is important to control facial redness before it turns into a severe condition like couperose or rosacea. To that end, INNOESTHETICS is launching a series of specific products to effectively reduce facial redness and keep it under control.



To improve this skin problem, we should keep in mind the importance of strengthening the skin barrier and boosting skin elasticity.

Below these words, we present to you our proposal to control this skin problem. You can combine these products, alternating in-office sessions, or use the one you consider the most appropriate according to your needs.

INNO-TDS® Redness ID

 REDNESS ID | couperose








INNOAESTHETICS launches a transdermal solution that restores the skin barrier function, thus strengthening the protection against external factors that can have an impact on sensitive skin. Moreover, it prevents the formation of telangiectasias or vascular spiders and other vascular alterations.

The main ingredients in this formula are Melilotus, Rutin, Niacinamide, Dexpanthenol, and Centella Asiática.

We recommend performing 3 treatment sessions at 15-day intervals, or longer intervals if the professional deems it necessary.

INNO-EXFO® Redness

Soft chemical peel specially designed for sensitive and couperose-prone skins.

This formula effectively helps to restore and strengthen the skin barrier, which is crucial when treating this condition. Moreover, the synergistic action of its ingredients reduces inflammation, regulates sebum production, restores moisture balance, and improves overall skin texture and appearance.

The main ingredients in this formula are Lactic Acid, Salicylic Acid, Mandelic Acid, and our exclusive Smart GPS®.

We recommend performing 3 treatment sessions at 15-day intervals, or longer intervals if the professional deems it necessary.

INNO-DERMA® Redness Cream

The treatments mentioned above will visibly improve facial redness and considerably reduce the risk of developing couperose or rosacea.

Nevertheless, we should always keep an eye on redness and couperose-prone skins, as they have a natural predisposition. For this reason, the patient needs to follow a specific skincare regime at home and take some precautions in her/his daily life.

INNO-DERMA® Redness Cream is a facial moisturizer that helps to shrink inflamed blood capillaries, prevent and reduce redness, and boost natural skin defenses. It moisturizes the skin while helping to keep redness under control.

The main ingredients in this formula are Flavonoids, Saponosides, Procyanidins, Shea Butter, Dextran Sulfate, Lactobionic Acid, and our exclusive Smart GPS®.

We recommend to apply it every day, or according to your particular needs.

Keep in mind that applying sunscreen when outdoors, avoiding stressful situations, and reducing the consumption of cigarettes, alcohol and spicy food will help to improve facial redness.


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