The skin is the body's largest organ. Since it functions to protect us from pathogens and water loss, skin is affected by numerous factors, including what we eat and consume and what type of elements we're exposed to. The most common cause of red skin is rosacea, a chronic skin condition that can be triggered by many things, such as exposure to heat, sun, certain foods or alcohol. Skin can also become red due to symptoms of psoriasis, eczema, or from overexposure to sun or dry weather. Use the following treatments to solve a host of red skin problems.
Potential side effects include erythema, skin burning sensation, flushing and contact dermatitis. Warnings/Precautions: There are also several instances when caution is advised if one sufferers from other medical conditions including depression which can be quite common in those with rosacea, coronary or cerebral insufficiency, Raynaud's syndrome, those who have or experience dizzy spells due to a sudden drop in blood pressure when standing up or stretching, those who experience frequent or recurring episodes of inflammation and clotting of the veins and arteries of the hands and feet, sufferers of autoimmune diseases affecting the hands, feet and face, severe or unstable or uncontrolled cardiovascular disease or Sjogren's syndrome.