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At Home Care Schedule
  • Toner
  • Eye Cream
  • Anti-Redness Serum (if used)
  • Daytime Moisturizer w/SPF 
  • (alternate for SPF which could be irritating is Jane Iredale Mineral Makeup with a physical SPF 20 instead of a chemical SPF)

  • Cleanser
  • Toner
  • Nighttime Moisturizer

2 times per week: 
  • Exfoliate

1 time per week:   
  • Hydrating Mask
Couperose Skin (Rosacea, Telangectasis, Hyperemia)
Skin Type Description
  • Cleanse with calming, soothing and gentle cleanser
  • Exfoliate with mild exfoliant
  • Restore pH balance
  • Vaso-constrict (constrict capillaries)
  • Repair and strengthen capillary walls
  • Calm and soothe inflammation
  • Re-hydrate

Treatment Objectives
​There are three types of Couperose (red) skin those include Hyperemia, Telangectasis and Rosacea. This skin type is typically sensitive to products. This is an inflammatory skin condition like Acne and you can find that Acne and Rosacea are sometimes found together. They have one common origin which is a chronic dilation and weakness of the capillary vessels. This is characterized by a localized reddening of the skin. Causes of these capillary problems include: Genetic (usually of Scandinavian heritage), frequent blushing (also due to stress, alcohol and hot fluids), hormonal/nervous disorders and digestive problems. Other external causes include: exposure to the elements (wind, sun, and cold), failure to wear sunscreen, physical and chemical irritants and temperature extremes (hot weather to air conditioning).

Hyperemia is a condition where you flush easily and quickly. This could develop into a more severe case such as Rosacea.

Telangectasis is a condition caused by dilated capillaries which appear as spidery veins on the surface of the skin.  

Rosacea is a condition involving several factors: congestion of the capillaries, inflammation of the skin, chronic dilation of the capillaries, papule and pustule formations (acne) and dehydration due to the increase in the surface temperature.

Lifestyle Objectives
No spicy foods

Eat whole foods (fruits, vegetables, whole grains, poultry, fish, legumes, nuts. 
Avoid red meats

Avoid extreme hot/cold drinks

Avoid caffeine

Warm not hot showers

Physical sunscreen not chemical (zinc oxide or titanium dioxide)

Take supplements including Vitamin C , bioflavanoids, rutin, Vitamin P, B5 (Pantothenic Acid)

Good Ingredients include: Lavender, Chamomile, Arnica, Witch Hazel, Rutin Salt, Horse Chestnut and Vitamin K,Pantothenic Acid