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We often neglect taking care of our skin, but healthy skin does more than just look better: it keeps the elements and bacteria at bay and helps us interact to the fullest with our environment. But sometimes our skin can get irritated which leads to redness, pain and discomfort. Knowing how to prevent skin redness can keep your skin healthy and beautiful.
There are many causes of skin redness. The sun, the wind, heat, hot or spicy foods, alcohol, strong emotions, and certain illnesses or drugs can all cause skin redness. In addition, redness may be a sign of skin conditions such as rosacea, dermatitis and sunburn. See your pharmacist or doctor if you think you may have a skin condition, as you may be able to get a prescription to treat it.
Taking care of your skin, protecting it and maintaining an overall health all help in preventing skin redness.
Take care of your skin:
Protect your skin:
Skin health is related to overall health:
Your pharmacist can help you maintain healthy skin
If you have concerns about skin redness, consult your pharmacist. He can recommend skin care products that will help you avoid or treat skin redness. In some provinces, your pharmacist can even prescribe you medications that will treat your skin redness. Your pharmacist can also review your medications to see if any of them are possible causes of your skin redness. Overall, your pharmacist can play a large role in helping you keep your skin healthy.
The pharmacy services presented in this section are offered by pharmacist owners who are affiliated with PROXIM. The pharmacists are solely responsible for the professional activities carried out during the practice of pharmacy.
The information contained herein is provided for informational purposes only and is not intended to provide complete information on the subject matter or to replace the advice of a health professional. This information does not constitute medical consultation, diagnosis or opinion and should not be interpreted as such. Please consult your health care provider if you have any questions about your health, medications or treatment.