The First Aid Beauty Anti-Redness Serum is an intensive therapy packaged in an airless pump that calms skin, relieves visible redness, and reduces flare-ups.
The Anti-Redness Serum is packed with caffeine, a natural vasoconstrictor that can help with visible skin redness. By shrinking blood vessels, First Aid Beauty’s Anti-Redness Serum improves unsightly redness in the dermis. Colloidal sulfur in the formula works to combat the root cause of facial redness and Aloe soothes while ginger works as a natural, powerful anti-inflammatory. Bisabolol is an exceptionally gentle anti-inflammatory that aids penetration of the formula’s actives. The First Aid Beauty Antioxidant Booster completes the picture by defending the skin against free radical damage.
The First Aid Beauty Anti-Redness Serum is for anyone with facial redness, whatever the source, including redness due to rosacea, ruddy skin, and chronic or temporary irritation.
Allergy-tested, dermatologist-recommended and safe for sensitive skin.
Apply a thin layer over your entire face in the morning and at night after cleansing and before applying other skincare products.
Recommended to use in combination with First Aid Beauty Face Cleanser and the 5-in-1 Face Cream, the Daily Face Cream and the Ultra Repair Cream.
- First Aid Beauty Antioxidant Booster: comprised of licorice root, feverfew and white tea, to combat free radicals.
- Caffeine: a vasoconstrictor that helps diminish visible redness by shrinking blood vessels.
- Ginger and Bisabolol: work as an anti-inflammatory
- Aloe: to soothe the inflamed, irritated skin
- Glycerin: to moisturize and protect the skin’s barrier
- This product does not contain: paraben, sulfates, synthetic fragrances and colorants, petrochemicals, phthalates, GMOs and triclosan. Not tested on animals.
The products of First Aid Beauty receive regularly editorial attention in top beauty, fashion and lifestyle publications. Read and click to find out what they say!
People - US: “…First Aid Beauty Anti-Redness Serum Calms and moisturizes blotchy, inflamed Skin.” Click here to see the full page.
Seventeen - US: “Q. My nose gets really red in the winter. Is there a way to prevent it? A: Freezing temps and high winds can irritate your skin and lead to inflammation, which is what causes redness. Apply a soothing serum that has caffeine. It tightens blood vessels to get rid of the red.” Click here to see the full page.
First Aid Beauty
- 50 ml
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