Understanding Your Redness Triggers: Identifying and Managing Factors That Worsen Redness and Rosacea

For those dealing with redness and rosacea, identifying triggers that exacerbate these conditions is pivotal in managing flare-ups effectively. Exploring various factors—from diet to weather, stress, and skincare ingredients—can provide insights to help readers recognise and address their specific triggers.

Dietary Triggers:

Certain foods and beverages can trigger redness and rosacea flare-ups in susceptible individuals. Common culprits include spicy foods, hot beverages (like coffee and tea), alcohol, and histamine-rich foods (aged cheese, fermented foods). Keeping a food diary can help identify specific triggers.

Weather Conditions:

Extreme temperatures, sun exposure, wind, and humidity can all influence redness. Cold weather, hot baths or showers, and prolonged sun exposure without protection often lead to flare-ups. Protecting the skin from harsh weather and using appropriate skincare in different climates is crucial.

Stress and Emotional Triggers:

Stress is a significant trigger for redness and rosacea. Emotional stress, anxiety, or even embarrassment can prompt flare-ups. Implementing stress management techniques such as mindfulness, meditation, or yoga may help alleviate symptoms.

Skincare and Cosmetic Ingredients:

Certain skincare products containing harsh ingredients like alcohol, fragrances, or exfoliants can irritate sensitive skin and worsen redness. Identify and avoid these ingredients. Opt for a gentle range developed for redness and sensitive skin.

Our Anti Redness Bundle provides a gentle and calming three step routine to address your redness and rosacea concerns. It includes the Anti Redness Cream Cleanser, the Green Tea Infused Hydrating Moisturiser and the Redness Reducing Niacinamide Serum. We recently did a survey of our customers using this bundle and 98% said they saw results within the first two weeks. You are more than welcome to speak with our team on our live chat anytime between 7AM - Midnight (Sydney time) to learn more about this bundle of joy.


Managing Your Redness Triggers:

  • Keep a Diary: Tracking daily activities, meals, weather conditions, and skincare products used can help identify patterns and pinpoint triggers.

  • Gradual Changes: Introduce new products or dietary changes gradually to observe skin reactions.

  • Personalised Approach: What triggers one person may not affect another. Tailor your management based on your specific triggers. Our team of skin consultants are available on live chat from 7AM - Midnight (Sydney time) 7 days a week and you are more than welcome to speak to us as we can help you understand your personal triggers.

By understanding and managing redness triggers effectively, you can take proactive steps to minimise flare-ups and maintain healthier, calmer skin. Implementing lifestyle adjustments and choosing appropriate skincare tailored to individual needs can significantly alleviate redness and rosacea symptoms.