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An important message from Express Chemist

In these unprecedented times due to COVID-19 we are listening to the latest advice from the government and their health specialists. We are continuing to work in these challenging times so that we can serve the needs of our customers.

Please note that we are receiving a particularly high volume of orders, enquiries, telephone calls and emails. With a depleted team we are working exceptionally hard to process orders and respond to customer enquiries. Unfortunately it is currently taking longer to process and dispatch orders than usual, so please allow up to 5 working days for shipment.

Please also note that postal services and couriers are experiencing similar challenges so please allow longer delivery times than usual. We would be grateful if you can be patient and not contact us regarding your order before these times are up so we can reduce the pressure on our customer service team.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

Keep well and stay safe.

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Facial Redness

Facial redness (facial erythema) is the term given to redness of the skin of the face. The condition can be caused by many different things, such as congested capillaries, infection, allergies, sunburn, grooming, physical exertion and reaction to medication. Rosacea, Idiopathic Craniofacial Erythema (severe facial blushing) and Facial Hyperhidrosis are all conditions associated with a reddening of the face.

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Facial redness can be embarrassing for some, especially if it happens without warning or they have no control over it. It can be linked with social anxiety and emotions such as embarrassment, shame and even modesty. The condition can become a serious problem for some sufferers, effecting their lives to such an extent that they may avoid social situations, shy away from careers that bring them in to contact with others and even steer clear of romantic relationships.

Below we have some products that can help with facial redness, as well as advice on related conditions, such as rosacea, facial blushing, facial sweating, flushing and blemishes.

Popular Facial Redness Treatments

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  • Rosacea

    Rosacea

    Rosacea is a persistent skin condition characterised by facial redness and small, red pimples. It is often reffered to as acne rosacea because of its visual likeness to acne vulgaris. Severe rosacea can lead to a thickening of the skin.

  • Facial Blushing

    Facial Blushing

    Severe facial blushing (Idiopathic Craniofacial Erythema) is a troublesome condition typified by frequent bouts of unprovoked and uncontrollable blushing, often without warning.

  • Facial Sweating

    Facial Sweating

    Considered by many to be the worst type of sweating, facial sweating (facial hyperhidrosis) cannot be concealed and can greaty effect self-esteem and confidence.

  • Hot Flushes

    Hot Flushes

    Hot flushes are commonly associated with the menopause in women. The various symptoms associated with entering the menopause can have a dramatic impact on a woman's day-to-day life.

  • Scars and Blemishes

    Scars and Blemishes

    Scars and blemishes can leave unwanted red marks of the face. Our range of scar and blemish treatments will help clear up any unsightly marks.