Got Couperose? Try Horse Chestnut and Vitamin K!
For couperose and broken capillaries you can’t go wrong with the two products I’m sharing with you today. They work effectively and the reason being is particular key ingredients that each use. One uses Horse Chestnut which is an excellent vasoconstrictor and strengthens the capillary walls. It also has anti-inflammatory properties as well as increases circulation.
The other tried and true ingredient for broken capillaries is vitamin K. As you know, I’m always praising the effectiveness of Vitamin K for its ability to repair blood leakage issues such as dark circles and compromised capillaries.
My favorite product that contains Horse Chestnut is B. Kamins Redness Defying Lotion. It’s formulated for normal to ultra-sensitive skin types and is fragrance free. It’s both hydrating and reparative giving it multiple reasons to use it. It also contains Acai berry which is one of the world’s most powerful anti-oxidants to keep premature aging at bay.
For my Vitamin K pick, I chose EmerginC D Red Daytime Emulsion. It too is a multi-tasking product that soothes and calms inflamed skin as well as repairs skin cells and improves the appearance of broken capillaries.
You really can’t go wrong with either one of these products. They both work extremely well and both are great for diminishing the appearance of unsightly redness caused by broken capillaries.