Redness Erased This Winter

Rosy cheeks are a wintertime beauty bonus. But Mother Nature often takes it a smidge too far, turning a delicate flush into stubborn, dry and itchy redness that lasts well after retreating inside from the chilly temps. Before slathering on gobs of foundation in an attempt to mask the very much unwelcomed inflammation, turn instead to products that fight redness while nourishing skin.

GlamGlow SuperMud Clearing Treatment

This mask was clinically developed to address redness and other wintertime skin concerns. The potent mud formula supports skin’s natural oil balance while delivering a blend of AHA and BHA acids for clearer-looking skin. Activated-X charcoal lifts away dirt and other congestions, resulting in a refined, healthy-looking pigmentation. $69 for 1.7oz

Smashbox Photo Finish Color Correcting Foundation Primer

This lightweight primer packs a punch, helping to minimize the appearance of redness, fine lines and pores—an antioxidant blend of vitamins A and E protects skin from the harsh elements. Apply a sheer layer to problem areas for a redness-free face that will last all day. $39 for 1oz

Clinique Redness Solutions Makeup

Banish redness with this soothing, oil-free makeup. The creamy foundation instantly color-corrects flushing and blushing for a natural, cake-free finish. The calming formula is infused with probiotics, antioxidants and SPF to help strengthen the skin’s barrier from environmental triggers. Whipping winds be damned. $28 for 1oz

IT Cosmetics Bye Bye Redness

The lightweight powder instantly brushes away the look of redness for an even-toned complexion. Developed alongside plastic surgeons, this talc-free powder delivers buildable, tone-correcting coverage that doesn’t settle into lines or pores. Bonus: it’s infused with anti-aging colloidal oatmeal, collagen and peptides. $38 for .33oz

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