What is the difference between couperose and rosacea?
In contrast to couperose, rosacea is a chronic inflammatory disease with permanent symptoms. Depending on the severity or stage, the skin can become inflamed over time, develop pustules and produce more calluses. In this case, one speaks of rosacea in medicine, whereby the transition from couperose to rosacea is often fluid.
To cover the blemished areas of skin and / or redness during the day, we recommend the tinted day cream. It combines foundation, sun protection, radical scavengers and moisturizers in one product. Skin discoloration and redness are optimally balanced and the skin gets a radiant complexion.
If you prefer a transparent sun protection cream, use the protecting day cream SPF 30 UVA+UVB with broad spectrum protection.
The purifying serum can be helpful during day care to reduce inflamed skin and pustules. This clarifying serum has a good anti-inflammatory effect and reduces the formation of impurities.