Treatment for Couperose
Couperose skin is a condition in which vascular dilation is visible on the face’s skin surface. When there’s a rush of blood, the capillaries (tiny blood vessels) expand but don’t contract as normal skin does. Externally, this manifests as patches of facial redness with visible, expanded red blood vessels. It often impacts individuals with fine, delicate, or thin skin.
Couperose skin differs from skin with rosacea. While both conditions result in redness, dryness, and tightness, couperose skin isn’t inflamed. The lines of the capillaries can be seen in couperose skin. The optimal treatment for couperose supplies the skin with nutrients that fortify and shield the capillaries while promoting improved blood circulation.
Today, a growing number of young individuals display signs of couperose. This is often attributed to intestinal issues and a deficiency of silica in their diets, exacerbating the genetic factors of couperose skin.