Redness Reducing Niacinamide Serum


We are currently experiencing a huge growth in sales and we can't thank you all enough for enjoying our range and recommending it your friends and family. As a result, we are out of stock but have opened for pre-order as more stock is coming in approx. 1 week. Please note there may be a 1 week wait to dispatch. We would still recommend ordering now to secure your order as we may sell out of the stock that is on its way. You are able to contact us on the live chat feature for an update on your order. Thank you all so much for your support.

A 100% Australian and natural skincare brand developed exclusively for redness and early stages of rosacea. Chat to us on live chat 7 days a week between 7AM - Midnight Sydney time to discuss your skin concerns with our team to see how we can assist you.


Sensitive skin is often associated with redness, a condition where your skin is overly reactive to various environmental triggers. When creating our skincare range formulated specifically for sensitive skin, it was a non-negotiable to include an anti-redness and pigmentation serum in our range.

Natural ingredients will typically be more gentle and soothing which is exactly what your inflamed skin is craving. Ingredients that ensure your skin has balanced PH levels are really important. If your skin is either too acidic or too alkaline, it’s no longer strong enough to protect itself. For this serum, we carefully selected natural and gentle ingredients such as Niacinamide, Liquorice, and Papaya which are all beautiful anti-inflammatories and skin lightening properties to calm redness and brighten dull skin.

This serum truly is a dynamic duo. Instantly absorbing into your skin, this serum provides gentle exfoliation and deep hydration. Creating a skincare range specifically formulated for sensitive skin meant it was important for us to think carefully when it came to deciding on an approach for exfoliation. 

We consider over-exfoliation a deadly sin for your skin. Particularly if you also suffer from dry and dehydrated skin, over-exfoliating can severely weaken your skin barrier which triggers inflammation as a result.

Our solution? Incorporating Papaya into our serum which is commonly known as a 'fruit enzyme' - a form of exfoliation which is completely changing up the skincare game, particularly for those with sensitive skin who react to granular exfoliants. This is the most gentle form of exfoliation and buffs away dead skin cells without being overly harsh, leaving your skin silky soft.

Whilst also assisting in minimising pore appearance and controlling any excess oil in areas such as the t-zone, this serum has quickly become a non-negotiable in our skincare routine and we're so excited for it to make it's way into your routine also.

in the AM?

Use the Anti-Redness Cream Cleanser as the first step in your morning routine to gently remove sweat, grime, and last night's skincare. Follow with the Redness Reducing Niacinamide Serum, Green Tea Infused Hydrating Moisturiser, and most importantly, your sunscreen.

in the PM?

Use the Anti-Redness Cream Cleanser as the first step in your night routine to gently remove sweat, grime, and pollution. Follow with the Redness Reducing Niacinamide Serum and

Green Tea Infused Hydrating Moisturiser. Finish your night routine by using Sleep With Me Hydrating Gel Mask 2-3 times a week.

Ingredients: Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Gel*, Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Extract*, Glycerin*, Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract, Asimina Triloba (Papaya)*, Niacinamide (Vitamin B3), Salix Alba (White Willow Bark), Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea)*, Xanthan Gum, Citrus Sinensis (Orange) Oil, Citrus Aurantifolia (Lime) Oil, Citrus Bergamia (Bergamot) Oil, Juniperus Deppeana (Juniper) Oil, Citrus Limon Peel (Lemon) Oil*, Tocopherol (Vitamin E)
* Organic Ingredients
Q: What Are The Most Common Lifestyle And Environmental Factors That Cause Flare Ups?
It is incredibly important to understand your personal triggers when it comes to flare ups. By understanding what lifestyle and environmental factors contribute to your personal flare ups, you’re able to make better decisions and navigate through life more at ease. From talking to our customers, the most common triggers seem to be: strong winds, spicy foods, exercise, hot showers, and alcohol. This is why knowing your triggers is incredibly important. Personally, hot showers always flare up my skin. Whilst of course it is frustrating, I know if I am going out for dinner to change up my routine when getting ready and make sure I have showered at least 45 minutes (enough time for my flare up to reduce) before I leave for dinner. By knowing this trigger of mine, I am able to go out for dinner without feeling conscious about my redness simply by changing up my routine when getting ready. If for example you’re able to identify that exercise personally causes flare ups for you, you can then work around this (see next question) to ensure you’re still able to exercise and minimise the chance of a flare-up.
Q: When I exercise, my rosacea flares up. What can I do?
Exercise is a common trigger for rosacea flare ups, however this definitely does not mean you can’t exercise. By acknowledging that this is a trigger for you, you can put together a work out plan that is best suited for you to ensure you’re still able to exercise and minimise the chance of a flare up. To begin with, it could be beneficial for you to do short spurts of exercise rather than a long consistent workout session. Exercising in 15 minute segments 4 times throughout the day as opposed to a 60 minute continuous workout should reduce the chances of overheating and flaring up your skin. For example, go for a walk 15 minutes every 2-3 hours to break up your day, rather than going to the gym for an hour after work. If sun is a trigger for you also, we recommend working out in the morning or later in the evening when the sun isn’t at it’s peak. We also find having a cool towel nearby to place around your neck in between workouts helps to stay cool and constrict blood vessels to reduce redness.
Q: How Can I Calm My Skin Down During A Flare Up?
To minimise your redness during a flare up, you can try placing ice packs on your face to calm down the inflammation. Applying a hydration gel mask can also help reduce redness during a flare up. Our Sleep With Me Hydrating Gel Mask is a great option as it’s packed with vegan hyaluronic acid (to gently hydrate) and aloe vera which is an incredible soothing anti-inflammatory ingredient.
Q: Will My Rosacea Get Worse With Age?
Yes, if not treated rosacea tends to get worse with age. Unfortunately at this stage there is no complete cure for rosacea, however a consistent gentle skincare routine will help lessen symptoms. By understanding your triggers in order to navigate around them, as well as incorporating a natural skincare routine full of hydrating anti-inflammatory ingredients which is going to be gentle on your skin to ensure it doesn’t aggravate your sensitive skin will give your skin what it needs to be clean, nourishing and balanced.