Clinique is 100% fragrance free and has a complete line of "Redness Solutions." Use the basic 3-step cleansing before using specialty items. It truly is the best skin care line and all for a medium price range.
go to meetmark.com they have a cleanser called Mark Calming Effect Comforting Milk Cleanser....the rest of that particular skincare line is called "Calm and Composed".....I just checked online and the cleanser is only $8 with great reviews. check it out!
I use St.Ives's Naturally Clear Green Tea Cleanser, it clears break outs & reduces redness and is oil free, this works for me but everyone has different skin. this would work for normal to oily skin, with moderate to severe break outs and red-ish pink skin.
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Use Medicinal Manuka honey. This can be obtained from a vitamin store or health food store, or online. Dilute it with warm water or witch hazel if necessary. Wash off with water. If that doesn't work, break open a vitamin E capsule(400 IU) and apply the oil directly to the affected area. Leave on overnight.
Neutrogena is a good try; also if you can swing it .. go to one of the big fashion stores that carry Clinique .. they have one for redness .. whole line in fact; and I have rather severe rosacea which is what you are possibly suffering with ... also look at physician's formula at walmart, cvs .. and as was suggested you might want to see a dermatologist for something to treat it too
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I use coconut oil at night(organic)... it's a natural antibacterial and also moistens the skin. :) Just clean your face with a gentle cleanser before you go to bed, splash with cold water to close your pores and then rub a small amount into your skin. Though it will feel really oily, it dissolves in about 10 to 15 minutes. You can use it all over and it smells really good. Makes you feel sorta like you're in a spa.... :) It's cleared up my acne and the redness that was around my nose. Bonus! : there are other uses for it as well... such as hair conditioning!