The Problem. Rosacea starts as redness on the cheeks, nose, chin, or forehead (and less often on the neck, scalp, chest, or ears). At first, rosacea comes and goes. After a while, the redness deepens and lasts longer. Visible blood vessels appear in the skin. If not treated, pimples and bumps develop.
Red Blotches on face after Shower. This can be due to an allergic reaction to soaps, detergents or even the water itself but is more commonly the body’s normal reaction to a sudden change of temperature. Unfortunately, different parts of the skin may react differently leading to a blotchy or mottled appearance.
Red blotchy skin that is itchy and inflamed can be seen on the face, neck, and upper chest. Once you relieve tension, the skin gets to its normal hue. However, sometimes histamine-blocking drugs or remedies such as moisturizers or lotions may be needed to get rid of the swelling and redness.
Red Blotchy Skin. Blotches can occur on any part of the body including arms, legs, neck, chest, hand, nose, around ankles, back of the arms etc. Red blotchy skin can be itchy at times and might turn into a rash. Redness of skin is caused by the blood flow to that area. Our body has capacity to heal itself.
Red blotchy skin – whether it’s pigmentation scars from healed acne, unexplained uneven red patches, dry rashes, eczema, rosacea – always has an underlying imbalance that is the cause of the blotchiness.
A blotchy red face is mostly experienced by people with a very sensitive skin. This makes facial skin care a necessity for such people. Besides a sensitive skin, there are numerous other causes and conditions which cause the skin on the face to become red and spotty.