An evening routine that soothes areas of redness on the face.
As you start to relax in the evening, so does your skin. While you sleep, your skin is able to regenerate – reason enough to make sure you’ve given your skin everything it needs. While you enjoy a deep sleep and sweet dreams!
Our medicinal plants for facial redness.
Medicinal plant extracts are at the heart of all Dr. Hauschka Skin Care products. They provide impulses that stimulate the skin’s own innate powers – in exactly those areas where support is needed.
Recommended beauty routine for couperose-prone skin.
A morning routine to kiss facial redness goodbye.
Tea or coffee? Sport or news apps? Meditation or hustle and bustle? We don’t know how you like to start your day, but we’ve put together a skin care routine for you that is just as flexible as it is natural. Good morning, beautiful!
Sensitive red cheeks or early signs of couperose?
Rosy cheeks may make you think of a fresh and healthy complexion, but the reality can be quite different: Small visible blood vessels make your cheeks and the area around your nose appear red. You may also notice dryness and tightness. Sometimes, you might even experience burning, itching, raised bumps and spots. The protective layer of your skin is visibly under attack. And the culprit is either couperose or rosacea.
Dr. Hauschka has natural remedies for skin that is seeing red.
If you’re suffering from couperose or rosacea, there’s one thing your body needs above all else: a skin care routine that accompanies treatment, supports your skin and helps it regain its natural balance. Our cosmetics help you to look after yourself from the inside out, so your skin can take the time it needs to renew itself. To achieve this, we combine nature with state-of-the-art technology. We are pioneers of natural cosmetics, plant nerds and passionate researchers. Our formulations use the best natural ingredients and medicinal plants. And for your skin condition, the main players are rose, lady’s mantle and St. John’s wort.
How can you tell the difference between couperose and rosacea?
Both start with redness on the cheeks and around the nose. Small red or blue-coloured capillaries become visible due to congestion in the blood vessels. With couperose, this redness often only temporary at first. It may appear when you get home from a chilly winter walk, after time in a hot sauna, or when you eat something extra spicy. It might even flare up if you enjoy an extra cup of coffee in the morning or a glass of red wine in the evening. Perhaps you’re experiencing a time of stress or your skin care products aren’t quite right for you. Any of these factors can cause these small capillaries to remain visible for longer. Over time, your skin becomes drier and more sensitive, causing tightness, burning and maybe even a stinging or itchy sensation.
With Rosacea, the redness tends to be permanent from the outset. Initially the nose and cheeks are most likely to be affected. Later, the redness may spread to your forehead and other areas. Gradually the red patches develop pimples and angry spots. If the affected skin is not treated, the sebaceous glands can become enlarged. Skin becomes rough and raw and you may also experience dry, irritated eyes. In men, the nose often takes on a distinctive bulbous appearance. Anyone suffering from Rosacea should be treated by a dermatologist. However, it’s helpful to also use the right skin care alongside specialist treatment.
Individual care for facial redness.
We’ve put together a simple skin care concept for you. It’s suitable for everyday use and gives your couperose-prone skin valuable impulses to help it regain its natural balance. For us, day and night go together like inhaling and exhaling.
Harmonising power: Particularly skin that is prone to redness and enlarged capillaries benefits from the protective, nurturing tenderness of rose.
The soothing touch: Blue-flowered borage is also known in German as the “goodwill flower”. It contains tannins, mucilages and silica acid, which fortify and calm the skin.
St. John’s wort
The healer: With its calming, healing and antiseptic properties, St. John’s wort fits perfectly into our skin care concept for couperose-prone skin.
Tips for visible blood vessels on the face.
- A balancing ampoule treatment.
Dr. Hauschka Sensitive Care Conditioner calms, fortifies and clarifies even couperose-prone skin. The ampoules can be used morning and evening. The treatment lasts for 28 days – which is exactly the time it takes for your skin cells to completely renew themselves.
- Refreshingly versatile.
You’ll notice immediately how our Revitalising Mask calms and refreshes your irritated skin. Even skin that has been exposed to strong sunlight enjoys this soothing, cooling and regulating care.
- A sun-kissed complexion with couperose?
Naturally! Our Tinted Day Cream gives you that post-holiday glow. If you need a little more coverage, we recommend Dr. Hauschka Foundation. Our Foundation also preserves your skin’s moisture content. You can cover up areas of redness with our Concealer.
- Natural from head to toe.
What does body care have to do with facial care? More than you might think! We consider the person as a whole rather than separate parts. And we know that when you take care of your body, it shows in your face. We therefore recommend body care as an effective means of support for an even complexion. Skin care routines such as an invigorating and refreshing bath or foot bath with our various oils and essences help your body anchor itself. Giving the feet, legs and thighs an invigorating massage makes the oils and essences even more effective.