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Has anybody tried the Eucerin Redness Relief range (cleanser, lotion spf 15)?

Have you found that it helps with rednes?, its supposed to calm the skin and neutralise the redness of skin. What are your experiences of the range?

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I have tried the Eucerin Redness Relief line and I have found that it works quite well for me. It definitely has improved the visible redness in my face, especially the moisturizer. I would highly recommend the line to anyone who needs to diminish and instantly improve the redness in their facial area. Good luck

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I have tried the Eucerin Redness Relief line and I have found that it works quite well for me. It definitely has improved the visible redness in my face, especially the moisturizer.  I would highly recommend the line to anyone who needs to diminish and instantly improve the redness in their facial area. Good luck

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I have tried the Eucerin Redness Relief line and I have found that it works quite well for me. It definitely has improved the visible redness in my face, especially the moisturizer.  I would highly recommend the line to anyone who needs to diminish and instantly improve the redness in their facial area. Good luck

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i am wondering the same thing: what if you are less red, will you look more green?

is it non-acnegenic [ it only says non-comegenic ] ???

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Sorry for the delay in posting; don't come here too often, got clear skin finally! But yeah, the moisturizer looks reasonably natural, I'm a guy, but I honestly am just happy that the redness has been reduced by the product. I have never, ever had a problem with my skin looking "green," but it does flake up a bit in white flakes in my pores on my cheeks sometimes, basically it just looks like slightly dry skin. It's really up to you. I've never had a negative comment about how I look, but I don't ask people for feedback, so that doesn't mean much. I use the cleanser as well, and when I had temporarily gone off bp (long story ending in disaster), it immediately reduced the redness. Now I'm unfortunately in a perpetual cycle, I have reddened skin from the bp, and I counteract it witht the Redness Relief line by Eucerin. That's why I really don't know for sure if the moisturizer actually improves the redness, but the cleanser definitely seemed to, so the moisturizer probably does too. To answer the non-comedogenic question, it's the same thing; it means it won't block your pores, therefore, it won't cause any new acne formation by your skin. Trust me, I have very clear skin now, using the regimen with the Eucerin Redness Relief line products. I know this is a really long post, but just so you guys know, I also use Eucerin's Skin Renewal SPF 15 BEFORE I apply the Redness Relief because I obtain much better blending of the product with my skin that way. Whew, that was long. Any questions, I'll try to check back at some point in the near future. Catch ya later...

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Hello, everyone! I was perusing the Internet and came across your message board when seeking info on Eucerin Redness Relief line.

 

Here are additional sources to research Rosacea, that may help you out/answer some questions for you:

NATIONAL ROSACEA SOCIETY: http://www.rosacea.org

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/rosacea.html

http://www.drnase.com/index.htm

http://www.rosacearx.com/

http://www.nucelle.com/home.htm

http://www.skinsite.com/info_rosacea.htm

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/rosacea.html

http://www.rosacea.org/rr/

http://www.rosacea.org/patients/faces.html

http://www.mayoclinic.com/invoke.cfm?objec...60E6B2B&si=2765 (Mayo Clinic re: hot flashes)

http://www.mayoclinic.com/invoke.cfm?objec...8073113B0A8BF4E (Mayo Clinic re: perimenopause)

http://rosacea-treatment.store.yahoo.com/index.html

http://ocular.rosacea-treatment-clinic.com/

http://www.lindasy.com/rosacea.html

http://www.rosaceaworld.com/register.shtml (Rosacea chat)

-> Pre-rosacea. Rosacea may begin as a simple tendency to flush or blush easily, then progress to a persistent redness in the central portion of your face, particularly your nose. This redness results from the dilation of blood vessels close to your skin's surface. This phase may sometimes be referred to as pre-rosacea.

I'm a 35 year-old female of German/Polish/Lithuanian ethnicity, with light skin and green eyes, and I'm in the pre-Rosacea (flushing & blushing only - absolutely no papules, pustules, or telangiectasia to speak of) stage in my nose area at present.  I'm not exactly sure how long I've been in this stage, but I've really noticed it and became consciously aware of it throughout 2004 going forward. I've been to a few Dermatologists this past year for Rosacea and as a result, I now use (only on my nose area) Noritate (Metronidazole) cream in the a.m., Finacea in the p.m., I use good sunblock with the ingredients Titanium Dioxide and Zinc Oxide on my face when I know I'll be exposed to the sun (even if it's a car ride with the sun beating through the windows), I have a small desk fan here at work from Sharper Image to keep my face from becoming red during the day (so embarrassing), and I've had 1 V-Beam laser treatment {http://www.nbcsandiego.com/health/507739/detail.html and also http://www.drnase.com/article_2.htm} to deal with the defective blood vessels that cause the flushing and blushing. I had that done at Reflections in Bridgewater, NJ [http://www.reflectionscenter.com/contact.htm] on my nose area only, which I was able to swing insurance coverage on that of $250 - the full cost minus the tax. Laser treatment for Rosacea offers relief from the redness and flushing symptoms of rosacea, improve smoothness and texture of facial skin, reduce the pigmentary signs of photo aging, restore even color of the skin, and reduce fine lines and wrinkles, by destroying the abnormal vessels that cause the flushing and blushing to begin with.  Next on my list to try is the Eucerin Redness Relief line I just read about over the weekend.

Anyone looking at me (including my husband) thinks my Rosacea is not as severe as I'm making it or think it is. However, everything has a beginning and we must keep in mind this is a PROGRESSIVE condition which cannot be ignored. So I don't believe I'm overreacting with all of my research, and the more I can do now to keep this under control, the better off I will be in the long run. Because this effects just my nose region, I greatly fear Rhinophyma. I do realize Rhinophyma mainly effects men; however, there are always exceptions to every rule and it does effect women in small numbers. I, like Martha, am also concerned with my eyes/Ocular Rosacea. My eyes appear to be more sensitive than most, quite often red, I have a slight burning sensation when I blink, with a very slight crusting when I wake up in the a.m. I plan to address that with an Ophthalmologist very soon.

So whether Rosacea is a true vascular disorder, a reaction to the environment, an inherited condition, an allergy and sensitivity to Demodex mites (we all have them), and so on...I plan to be diligent in keeping this chronic, progressive nuisance in its place!

Best to all :)

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I tried the lotion last night after putting on Duac.. it burned the shit out of me and left a green layer... maybe it was b/c it was "duac" but I promtply washed it the fuck off and will be staying away as this is the second time Eucerin products have burned my face off.

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how do u know the difference between benzoil peroxide reddness, and roseaca redness, how long should i give the redness to subside if i were to stop using bp before i can say that i have roseaca

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