Facial erythrosis is manifested by redness spreading across the face. It may be temporary or permanent, and is associated with reduced skin thickness, which is typical of a sensitive skin. It can also be caused by strong vascular blood flow resulting from nervous reactions. Alternatively, the redness may be associated with micro-telangiectasia – visible small dilated veins. This blotchiness is called couperose skin. Such imperfections are often associated with a very common condition called rosacea. RiparCover Camouflage provides excellent coverage of these types of skin changes. Thanks to the presence of titanium dioxide, it offers medium UV protection, which is important because sun exposure typically worsens the redness.
1. Use RiparEvergreen Cleansing Milk to remove makeup and any impurities from the area to be treated.
2. Remove any Cleansing Milk residues with RiparEvergreen Toning Lotion.
3. Moisturise with RiparAequilibrium day cream SPF 30.
4. For intense redness apply RiparCover Camouflage Cream RC2 for fair skin or RC3 for darker skin. Depending on the size of the area to be treated, use a cosmetic sponge, fingers or a brush. If the redness is not strong, directly apply RiparCover Camouflage Cream of the colour that best suits the complexion
5. For intense redness, follow the application of RC2 or RC3 with RiparCover Camouflage Cream of the appropriate colour, using a cosmetic sponge, fingers or a brush. Take care to avoid mixing with the underlying foundation.
6. Apply a thin layer of RiparCover Fixing Powder P2 for fair skin or P4 for darker skin tones.
7. Finish with the usual makeup.
8. In the evening, remove the camouflage with RiparEvergreen Cleansing Milk or with RiparCover Anhydrous Remover. Apply a small amount to the face, gently massage and remove with cotton pads.
9. After removing all cleansing product residues with RiparEvergreen Toning Lotion, complete the skin regime by applying RiparAequilibrium night cream.