ARE YOU STRUGGLING WITH RED SKIN AND VISIBLE BLOOD VESSELS?
Evergreen roses on the cheeks? Broken and dilated blood vessels / capillaries?
Many Norwegian women struggle with this. The skin becomes chronically red, and you can often see the fine network of capillaries (the small blood vessels) high up in the skin. Cheeks, nose and nostrils are exposed areas.
The reasons are several:
- Environmental damage - wind and weather corrode the skin. Both sun and cold can damage the capillaries.
- Weak vein walls - genetics play a big role. Some are more vulnerable than others.
- Skin diseases - e.g. rosacea is characterized by overactive capillaries and couperose.
- Trauma - the skin can also be damaged by div. external factors, such as chemicals or other.
The most important thing you can do is prevent
Bursting blood vessels, also known as couperose in the skin care language, increase with age. If you have first got a little couperose, there will be more. Prevention is therefore smart all your life. The most important thing you can do is use sun protection and cold protection.
This is in addition to - not instead of
We often get questions from you about which serums and creams to use when and with what. Let me emphasize one thing when it comes to this news. This is in addition to! Sure, you use this under the serum you normally use day and night. Think of it as a cure or treatment you give your skin every day, to prevent and improve reddish skin and ruptured blood vessels.