It May Be Seborrheic Dermatitis
The most common common reason to have red flaky skin in the crease of your nose is seborrhea, not dry skin. Find out why redness and skin flakes happen in the creases of your nose and how to remedy the problem in this video.
What is the best way to control the redness and flaky skin around your nose from seborrhea?
The best and most effective way to control the inflammation of seborrhea is with a combination of pyrithione zinc and green tea antioxidants. The impact is huge actually.
I created my Facial Redness Relief Kit for my patients who suffer from facial redness, including seborrhea. The kit combines my Calming Zinc Soap and my Green Tea Antioxidant Skin Therapy. Patient after patient it's proven to be a magic combination.
Why is this product combination so effective at fighting facial seborrhea?
Calming Zinc Soap is fortified with the maximal amount of pyrithione zinc allowed, which is 2%.
My Green Tea Antioxidant Skin Therapy Cream is unrivaled by any other green tea containing product. It is made by an FDA-approved lab to strict specifications and it is loaded with pure and active green tea antioxidant polyphenols. The amount of green tea antioxidants in this cream is so high (the equivalent of 500 cups of brewed tea’s antioxidant polyphenols per ounce of cream) that you just can’t compare this product to anything else. And, you can’t drink enough green tea to get this level of antioxidants to your skin.
Facial seborrhea is common. The most common area of the face that gets redness and flaky skin from seborrhea is the crease of the nose. That's the bad news. The good news is that skin care can help control the problem. My Facial Redness Relief Kit works really well to help control facial seborrhea.
For more information on seborrhea and how I teach my patients to control it in my dermatology practice, click here.