Which skin concern applies to you?*

The first cause can be acid reflux, which will mainly show up on the sides of your nose as redness or capillaries. Approximately one-third of people with this do not have symptoms other than skin redness. Below is the recommended protocol in order of importance.

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Immune Activator
Can be used for redness of the nose by letting it seep down the back of the throat. It triggers repair of alcohol and/or acid reflux damage that shows up as nose redness.

Epidermal Repair Serum
A powerful tool for the skin to calm redness and detox and boost your skin's immune strength.

The second cause can be hard alcohol consumption, which would be present on the tip of your nose. In addition to the protocol below, we recommend changing your alcohol choices to beer or wine in moderation.

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Recovery
A powerful prebiotic that restores the microbiome and esophagus/gut health. This allows the gut to heal itself and clears the nose redness associated with this source of damage.

The third cause can be candida. Candida is part of your probiotic population, but it can become more dominant when progesterone medication (often in birth control pills) is taken, when sugar, dairy and fried foods are ingested frequently and when antibiotics are taken. It is estimated that more than 80% of those eating a Western diet have an overgrowth of candida. This condition might be accompanied by acne and often shows up with redness on the cheeks and forehead as well.

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Recovery
A powerful prebiotic that restores the microbiome and esophagus/gut health. This allows the gut to heal itself and clears the nose redness associated with this source of damage.

Skin Clarifier
This mucus cleanse will expose candida for removal and improve digestion overall. Rosacea sufferes may require one or up to three cleanses.

* If none of them applies to you, please connect with us at askdrben@osmosisbeauty.com.