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Skin prone to redness > [8] results
Golden rules > [1] result

10 habits to help you take care of your skin on an everyday basis.

Some habits are essential in order to care for your skin and have a radiant complexion all year long.

Focus on... > [3] results

Flushing, erythrosis, blotchiness and rosacea

Thin skin is particularly vulnerable to redness. To prevent this problem from taking hold over time, it should be diagnosed as early as possible.

Sensitive skin: learning to avoid redness

Stress, physical activity, hormonal changes and sun exposure: there are many factors which may cause redness among women with sensitive skin.

Redness: colour changes in sensitive skin

Redness is ranked well ahead of blackheads and dark circles as a major concern among women. However, it is not merely an imperfection that needs to be concealed. It is also the symptom of skin sensitivity.

3 questions to an expert > [2] results

Laser treatment gives excellent results for rosacea.

Interview with a dermatologist on how to prevent and treat rosacea.

"Sensitive skin: discomfort that shows"

Sensitive skin is often synonymous with an uneven complexion. The reason is a strong tendency to redness.

Testimonies > [1] result

Those unattractive red marks are now a thing of the past!

With the first signs of ageing and changes in temperature, Emilie’s face skin suffered from unsightly diffuse redness and visible vessels. A few daily steps were all it took to treat the condition.

Key Figure > [1] result

Key Figure - 65% Is the percentage of women ...

65% Is the percentage of women over the age of 25 who say they suffer from redness on their face.

Source : Redness monitoring unit: study conducted in 2005 by the La Roche-Posay laboratory in 7 European countries and Canada on 2,500 people.


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