Don’t let the rosy red glow on your cheeks fool you. Blushing isn’t always a good sign after all, especially during this pandemic.
More than just the irritation, there lies a number of factors that may tell that you have sensitive skin. Here are the 6 identifying signs that you may have sensitive skin.
Rosacea is a skin condition wherein your cheeks and nose will suddenly turn red when triggered by stress, exposure to sun, exercise, alcohol, spicy foods, hot bath, etc. Oftentimes the redness spreads to other parts of your body and for some people the sensation can range from itching to painful.
A new report from the medical journal, JAMA Dermatology suggests that drinking coffee may reduce the skin redness associated with rosacea, a condition which affects about 415 million people worldwide. Rosacea is a common chronic inflammatory condition that affects the face in the form of flushing and blushing, and sometimes acne-like bumps. People with rosacea are usually advised to avoid hot beverages, sun exposure, spicy foods, and other things that are considered triggers.