Hide search Product line/need search

Product line Redness-relief

Antirougeurs redness-relief products are formulated to specifically address persistent and reactive redness prone skin.


Questions / Answers
  • The fragility of vasoreactive skin requires adapted skin care products. Use gentle, specific products from the Redness Relief range which can be applied with the fingers.
    For skin care, it is advisable to use specific dermo-cosmetic creams.
    - Creams made for redness-prone skin  are available, with precisely selected actives with textures adapted to different types of skin.
    - Your day cream should be adapted to the seasons: a rich texture should be used in cold temperatures and a light texture should be used in the summer. In the morning, soothe and protect skin from climatic aggressions and from the sun.  
    In case of stubborn redness, apply a concentrated skin care product in the morning or in the evening to improve microcirculation and to aid in decongestion. If you experience warming sensations, use a soothing, repairing mask. For more advanced stages of skin redness, you should see your doctor

  • To benefit from its soothing and congestion-relieving action, it is advisable to spray a little Avène Thermal Spring Water onto the face before applying creams.

  • You should systematically use sun creams with high SPF. The Avène Sun Care range is perfectly adapted to your needs:

    The Avène Sunscreen Face Emulsion SPF 50+ and Avène Sunscreen Face and Body Lotion SPF 50+ are formulated to suit all types of sensitive skin. They cover a broad spectrum protection of UVB and UVA rays and can be used on a daily basis to protect your skin for the harmful effects of the sun.

All textures
Send by email


Login required

You must log into your Avène account to save this information.

Login or create an account

You can't post more than one comment on a product

Give your opinion

* Required fields

My Account


Pierre Fabre Group brands:

*Required fields

Thanks for sharing!

Your comment has been queued for review by site administrators and will be published after approval.