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Red nose Pit - Causes, Picture, Symptoms and Treatment of Red Nose

A red nose is very common with hearty eaters and heavy drinkers but the trouble may arise from delicate skin too. If so, avoid sudden changes of temperature.

Causes of Red nose

A red nose can also be triggered by emotional stress. Stress causes a surge of adrenaline, which overdilates the blood vessels. In people who are prone to this kind of reaction, public speaking, a breakneck schedule or a fiery argument are all likely to result in a red nose.

Diet plays an important part in this condition.

Sudden redness on the nose and face can also be caused by wind, high humidity and vigorous exercise as well as medications used to treat high blood pressure.

Scrubbing your face too hard and skin-care products to which you are sensitive can make the redness worse. So can alcohol, spicy foods and spending too much time in the sun.

Symptoms relief of Red nose

  • Wash your face like it is fine silk.
  • Use leprechaun makeup.
  • Blow on your soup.
  • Lay off the jalapeños and tequila.
  • Suck on ice.
  • Spritz your face with cool water.
  • Dress like a masked bandit.
  • Take a deep breath.
  • Don't treat bumps with pimple creams.

Red Nose Remedy

Here is an excellent and effective home remedy:

Take rose water lotion or put a little tannin in some glycerin, and massage your nose up and down, taking care to use only two fingers. Hold your nose between two fingers.

Be positive! There is help at hand and you are not condemned to a life time of nose related misery.

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