Soothing facial oil for redness and mature or sensitive skin.
With collagen-boosting, balancing jojoba oil and soothing Bulgarian rose otto, the Rose Gold Replenishing facial oil has been developed for all skin types to soothe, fortify and replenish the skin.
Rich in vitamins A, B, D and E along with essential fatty acids, it’s especially effective in helping to repair thread veins and regenerate damaged skin. The Rose Gold Replenishing Facial Oil also helps to balance sebum production and protect the skin thanks to its powerful antioxidant properties.
It also has an uplifting, energising Rose Otto scent that can act as both a perfume and a mood enhancer - especially for those dealing with menopausal hormonal changes - to support overall wellbeing without irritating the skin.
The results? Soothed, repaired skin with reduced redness and thread veins, plus a boost of collagen and elastin.
Suitable for all skin types, especially sensitive, mature or menopausal skin that’s prone to thread veins and redness.
● Formulated with organic and natural ingredients
● SKIN FIRST formulas, created by Jane Scrivner
● Made in the UK
What causes thread veins on the face?
Thread veins - also sometimes known as spider veins, broken capillaries, broken blood vessels or enlarged capillaries - occur when small veins under the skin become enlarged or dilated. This causes small red lines that spread out into a web shape. They can appear anywhere on the body, but they’re most common on the face and legs.
Some people are more prone to thread veins than others - the good news is that they’re totally harmless, though they can make some people feel self conscious about their skin and appearance.
So what causes thread veins? There are a few main causes, including genetics, pregnancy, rosacea, sun exposure, weather changes, your environment, hot baths or showers, chemical irritants, alcohol consumptions, injuries or bruising and even sneezing.
As with most skin concerns, prevention is usually the best option. You can avoid thread veins by limiting sun exposure (and always using SPF), avoiding extreme heat, reducing your alcohol intake and wearing protective coverings for exercise, especially if you’re heading outdoors.