Learn the 3 Best Ways to Prevent Couperose Skin Breakouts:
By: Tasha the Bay Area Style Guru
People with natural red hair are known to have thinner skin than people with darker hair because we are prone to what doctors call “couperose skin.” I have a friend who is a dermatologist and recently she gave me a tutorial on what it means to have this skin type and now I am passing this important information along to YOU!
Couperose skin is defined as visibly dilated capillaries; these capillaries are most likely to show up around the nose and cheek area and can look and feel similar to rosacea.
The best news is that many of the causes of couperose skin can be avoided. Take the advice below and you’re on your way to beautiful, healthy skin this summer:
1. Watch Your Foods: Some common factors that can aggravate this condition include spicy foods and alcohol.
2. Stay Healthy: My doctor friend suggests moderate exercise to improve circulation and supplements such as vitamins E, B2 and C, which all can strengthen our capillaries.
3. Know What To Avoid: Also make it a habit to avoid hot water, steam, and harsh exfoliating scrubs because they can all aggravate our sensitive ginger skin and cause those unsightly broken capillaries.
With a little extra care and vigilance, we redheads can keep our delicate skin healthy and beautiful!
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