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At the origin of all types of redness: a problem with the skin’s blood vessels.
UV rays, pollution, climate, food and stress all cause deterioration to the skin’s microcirculation.
This repeated deterioration weakens the vessel walls.
The skin reacts by becoming inflamed.
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