The Problem
When following vasodilatation of the smaller vessels in the subepidermic microcircle, the skin of the face takes on a rather deep shade of pink, we speak of "erythrosis", i.e. facial redness. As a general rule, erythrosis is confined to the cheeks, although it may also extend to the nose and other areas in the face. This kind of skin disorder may be of a temporary nature, accompanied by hot flushes which cause redness (temporary erythema), but it may also be more permanent, leading even to the appearance of telangectasia - i.e. the definitive dilation of the smaller vessels.

How does the skin look and feel?
The skin suffering from a disorder affecting the microcircle becomes:

  • thinner
  • delicate
  • less elastic
  • dehydrated
  • extremely sensitive and reactive (it easily becomes reddish following cleansing, or temperature changes or exposure to wind, sunlight, etc)
  • the capillaries in the cheek and/or nose-lobes
  • upset epidermic temperature
  • surface wrinkles
A tendency to erythrosis and telangectasia is certainly heavily hereditary and obeys to constitutional factors, that is to say, this particular way of reacting to different stimuli with dilatation of the dermic capillaries is genetically determined.

The factors which aggravate or trigger off the phenomenon may be:

  • external
    • atmospheric agents (wind, sun, cold or dry air, dramatic changes in temperature)
    • irritating and aggressive cosmetics (unsuitable cleansing products, irritating creams, etc)
  • internal
    • emotional factors (shyness, anger, etc.)
    • abuse of alcoholic drinks (indeed, alcohol has a vasodilating effect)
    • metabolic or digestive disorders
    • use of certain medicines (some medicines, such as acetyl-salicylic acid) lead to vasal fragility
    • disorders of the pilo-sebaceous follicle (Rosacea)
    • sluggish lymphatic activity with ensuing accumulation of waste and build-up of liquids in the connective tissue, increase in permeability in the vasal endothelium and, consequently, dilation of capillary vessels.

The Solution
This Rosapelle programme tackles the delicate problem of erythrosis with functional formulations containing high concentrations of functional substances of vegetable origin. These ensure great efficacy while respecting cutaneous physiology, thus preparing the ground to fight redness and to encourage regeneration.

Dermatological tests on cutaneous hypoallergenicity have actually demonstrated that the active principles of the Rosapelle Programme have optimal tolerability, even in the case of highly reactive skins.

Aims of the Rosapelle Programme
  • soothe reddening and inflammation
  • stimulate lymphatic discharge
  • improve elasticity in the capillary vessels
  • exercise a regenerative or re-epithelizing action on the epidermis
  • give the skin delicate protection against environmental factors
  • reinstate the hydro-lipidic layer, indispensable to prevent any damage to the skin surface.

Cosmetic Features
  • Glycolic extracts from Chamomile (Camomilla recutita), Desert Agave (Agave rigida), Cactus flowers, Orange essential oil (Citrus dulcis), oily
  • Pot Marigold extract (Calendula officinalis), bisabolol (an active principle found in high concentrations in the essential oil of Chamomile) are only some of the most efficacious active principles of vegetable origin with remarkable decongestioning, clarifying, refreshing properties in the case of irritated and vaso-dilated skin.
  • Glycolic Butcher-broom Extracts (Ruscus aculeatus) have excellent anti-inflammatory properties, they are also vaso-constrictors and protectors, all of which makes them very useful in the treatment of vessel fragility.
  • Glycolic Gingko biloba extracts, with plenty of flavonoids, i.e. active principles which protect and reinforce the walls of capillary vessels. They fight vasodilatation, which is typical of a reactive erythrosic type of skin
  • Glycolic Horse-chestnut extract (Aesculus Hippocastanum) provide effective relief in the case of skin edemas (i.e. swelling produced by liquid build-up), and help increase the resistance of capillaries, thus improving erythrosis. Esculin, in particular, a saponin which has only recently been identified in Horse-chestnut, proves particularly efficacious in balancing a swollen and reddish skin which has undergone dermic vasodilatation.
  • Billberry (Vaccinum myrtillus) is used both as a liposome compound (Billberry liposome) and as a specific component (Billberry anthocyanosids). The former ensures a more effective and a deeper action on cutaneous level, while the latter represents a group of dyes found in Billberry, which have remarkable vasoprotective properties and balancing effects on capillary permeability. The anti-inflammatory and regenerating effects on the vessels prove particularly suitable in the treatment of erythrosis.
  • 18-beta Glyceretic acid is extracted from the roots of liquorice and has healing and anti-inflammatory effects on the skin. It is particularly suitable for treatments of very sensitive skin, with some scaling and lesions caused by adverse environmental conditions.
  • Rose musk oil is rich in poly-unsaturates and the vegetable ceramides improve the appearance of the epidermic horny layer. As a result, they reduce the loss of water and the evaporation of the deepest skin layers: thus, an optimal moisture rate is obtained and the balance in the epicutaneous hydro-lipid layer is restored.
  • Tocopherol or vitamin E: for a long time now, this substance has been known to be a biological antioxidant, noted for its "anti-ageing" effects. It keeps cutaneous structures in excellent condition and prevents any damage which may be caused by environmental factors, particularly the harmful effects of ultraviolet radiations.

  • Rosapelle method: For sensible and delicate skin

    Professional treatment

    1. Cleanse the skin using Prederme Universal Cleansing milk and Universal Toning lotion
    2. Spread by dabbing lightly a few drops of Synerderme Sinergia Ess. CM and Oligo CM over reddened areas. Apply the same products on the solar plexus and the temples with decontracting movements.
    3. Apply a few drops of Synerderme Sinergia Ess. DR and Oligo DR over the main lymph-node clusters and perform lympho-draining pumping.
    4. Spread the entire content of one Rosapelle Serum vial over the face and neck and encourage penetration by means of light massage.
    5. With the help of a brush, apply a thick layer of Rosapelle clarifying mask and leave to rest for 20 minutes.
    6. Once resting time is over remove the mask with a damp sponge and complete the treatment by using nourishing Rosapelle Cream massaging very lightly.

    Home Self-Care

    • Prederme Universal Cleansing Milk
    • Prederme Universal Toning Lotion
    • Rosapelle protection cream
    • Rosapelle nourishing Cream
    • Prederme Azulene Paste

    Rosapelle Programme

    For Erythrosis and telangectasia

    Professional treatment at the beautician's:

    • Prederme Universal Cleansing milk
    • Prederme Universal Toning lotion
    • Synerderme sinergia ess. CM oligo ess. CM
    • Synerderme sinergia ess. DR oligo ess. DR
    • Rosapelle Ionoserum
    • Rosapelle Massoserum
    • Rosapelle Mask + Gauze
    • Rosapelle Liftserum
    Home self-care:
    • Prederme Universal Cleansing milk
    • Prederme Universal Toning lotion
    • Rosapelle Setted�
    • Rosapelle Cream
    • Odermeme Azulene paste

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