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How to Heal Irritated Red Facial Skin

Here you will learn how to heal irritated facial skin quickly, safely and naturally.

Allantoin is the Key Ingredient

Although there are a number of natural anti-inflammatories, allantoin is one of the best.

If you read my previous article, you know that there are many causes of red skin, but inflammation is almost always present or involved. Allantoin has been used throughout history to relieve inflammation. It just wasn’t called that.

Remedies of the Past

You may have heard herbalists suggesting comfrey root for arthritis. In areas where comfrey root did not grow, traditional healers recommended sugar beets.

Modern researchers have evaluated the medicinal activity of many age-old remedies. In some cases, they found proof of the plant’s benefits. In this case, they found allantoin. It is present in comfrey root, sugar beets, wheat and a variety of other plants.

Traditional healers didn’t know what the active components were, but they often suggested Shea butter for soothing inflamed and red skin.  Researchers haven’t put their finger on the specific nutrient responsible for the benefits of Shea butter. They believe it is likely that all of the different nutrients present in the natural nut butter work together to provide soothing relief.

If you also have acne, pimples or frequent breakouts, inflammation is present, but your pores are also clogged. As you read in my last article, the products commonly used to heal pimples are common causes of redness. Easy to Use  Womens - Cleansing Mask

Solution - Deep Cleansing Facial Mask

Pimples are kind of complicated to treat, because an overgrowth of bacteria may also be present. The best advice is to use an age defying deep cleansing facial mask on a regular basis. Be sure it contains allantoin, Shea butter and active manuka honey.

Manuka honey has natural antibacterial and antioxidant activity. Antioxidants help to keep the signs of aging to a minimum. Some compounds have antioxidant activity and have been shown to improve the skin’s collagen content.

You may remember that reduced collagen content causes increased translucence, which means tiny blood vessels may become visible and lead to chronically red skin.  This may be why rosacea typically appears or worsens after the age of 40.

All of the causes that you learned about in the previous article can be treated with allantoin. It’s just that other ingredients will improve its effectiveness. Its presence in a deep-cleansing mask will help to reduce inflammation, but you still need something to clean out your pores, especially if you have a tendency to break out.

Kaolin & Bentone Gel - Dirt Fighters

Kaolin and bentone gel are the two best ingredients for pulling dirt and grime out of the pores. Bentone gel has mild antiseptic activity, which helps to heal existing blemishes, while cleaning out your pores prevents new ones from forming.

Anti-Aging Benefits

So, a deep cleansing mask can provide numerous benefits. But, let’s talk about anti-aging benefits for a moment.

You know that chronic inflammation and UV rays are causes of cellular aging. Allantoin and other natural anti-inflammatories help prevent inflammation from becoming chronic. The damage associated with UV rays is due to free radical activity. Antioxidants address that issue.

You can try other treatments for healing irritated facial skin. But, the right deep cleansing facial mask will give you the quickest results.

Here is the Right Deep Cleansing Facial Mask with the Right Ingredients.

Key Ingredients Easy to Use  Womens - Cleansing Mask 
  • Kaolin – Another ingredient exclusive to New Zealand, this clay extract contains natural minerals that gently cleanse pores and support the skin, controlling and reducing the outbreak of blemishes.
  • DermCom  Helps to support collagen and elastin production while supporting the natural growth factors of the skin. It also helps renew the skin’s resilience and firmness, working as an intense age-defying treatment to rejuvenate the skin structure, promoting firming and lifting across the skin’s surface.
  • Manuka Honey  This honey, which is found only in New Zealand is a natural moisturizer and antioxidant. Dense in nutrients, our Manuka honey nourishes the skin with vitamins, minerals and protein, helping to support collagen and elastin while helping to soothe inflamed skin.
  • Shea butter – This skin superfood is packed full of essential fatty acids, phytosterols and antioxidants. It is harvested from the nut of the African shea tree and rumored to be used by Egyptian queens to keep their skin moist and supple. It protects the skin from sun and dehydration and is especially soothing on sensitive or inflamed skin. Easy to Use  Womens - Cleansing Mask 


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