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... I've also seen products in the drug store that advertise that they take the redness away. My guess is that that is temporary. Does anyone know of a product or method that will make the redness go away for good? ... (18 replies)
... My son has redness where his acne was and the derm told him to use the new over the counter line of Eucerin products. ... (18 replies)
... i put it on red areas and acne, overnight and the redness was gone! ... (18 replies)

... up, try Dermablend Smooth Indulgence Redness Concealer. It's pricy, but it works beautifully. Ofcourse after you apply it, there is a green tint to your skin. ... (18 replies)
... them for a while and they took about a week to really start working though my skin felt really good right away. I don't have any more red spots but I still have redness in my cheeks so I use Everyday Minerals to cover that. Cheaper than other mineral makeup and works so well for me that my skin looks like it did when I was 20. ... (18 replies)
... I have used visine and it does work, but only temporarily. If I use it then put cream over it, the redness re-appears. (18 replies)
... The only trick I know is that green covers red but only under foundation. Some of the brands at the drug stores sell concealer sticks in green tint for this reason. It works, but you really have to do some work to make it look natural. I've heard visine helps with redness, but I've never tried it. (18 replies)
Red Complexion
Jan 25, 2008
... Both I and my husband have ruddy complexions. Not rosacea but just redness that sometimes mimics a wind burned look. We both started using Palmer's Eventone Fade Milk lotion. With this product, you see an almost instant result. ... (12 replies)
Face redness
Jan 23, 2006
... like spots that disappear quickly? ... (5 replies)
... How about preparation H? It reduces swelling under eyes, why wouldn't it do the same on pimples, therefore getting rid of the red. (18 replies)
... I've had this problem for years, but have finally found something that really works. It also helps to clear up acne and make skin much, much less oily. First and most important is the Apple Cider Vinegar. It must be organic - I use Bragg's brand from Whole Foods (costs about $6 and that will last about a year or close to it!). I mix it in a plastic bottle with tap water (start... (18 replies)
... I went to a derm for this exact thing. He first gave me differin (to stop pimples coming), then gave me "AZELEX". It worked very very well for me! Like amazing! You ahve to make ure you put it on every day and it starts to work pretty fast, but after some months you will see dramatic results. (18 replies)
... How well and how fast does that calamine and baking soda thing work? (18 replies)
... Neutrogena's acne fading mask for great, proactiv works and Bare escentuals Rare minerals works great (18 replies)
... My dermatologist prescribed me Azelex Cream about 2 months ago. Within 3 weeks, about 3/4 of my red marks were gone with many more fading. I'm now using it for maintenance and prevention. This is my God-send product and costs me $10 a tube w/ insurance. (18 replies)
... Next time I'm out, I'll look for the Eucerin products. Thanks for the info. :) . (18 replies)
... Hi....I did try the calamine/baking soda mix. It works amazingly well. What a great too! THANKS.:D (18 replies)
... I'll try that! THX. (18 replies)
... pssssssstttt.. mix calamine lotion with a little bit of baking soda, so it makes a paste. put it on the red spots and leave it on over night. i hope this helps you! <33333333 (18 replies)
... I looked at one of those drugstore products at Target yesterday and it listed the active ingredient as 2% Salicylic Acid, and it was like $12.99! I think it was Neutragena. I don't know what else was in there, but gee, I think I'll just buy some clearasil pads! Maybe there are some natural anti-inflammatory ingredients in there, but now they are making these labels where you... (18 replies)

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