Exposure to allergens such as certain foods, medications, or environmental triggers can cause redness and inflammation in the skin.
Contact with irritants like certain chemicals, cosmetics, or fabrics can lead to redness and irritation known as contact dermatitis
Eczema is a chronic skin condition characterized by dry, itchy, and inflamed skin that can turn red. It can be triggered by factors such as allergies, stress, or irritants.
Rosacea is a common skin condition that causes persistent redness, often on the face. It may be accompanied by flushing, visible blood vessels, and acne-like breakouts.
Overexposure to the sun's ultraviolet (UV) rays can cause sunburn, resulting in red, painful, and inflamed skin.
Hot and humid weather can lead to heat rash, also known as prickly heat. It causes red, itchy bumps or blisters due to sweat becoming trapped in the skin.
Skin inflammation, such as that caused by acne breakouts or skin infections, can lead to redness in the affected areas.
Certain autoimmune conditions like lupus or psoriasis can cause redness and inflammation in the skin as part of their symptomatology.
Some medications, particularly certain antibiotics or blood pressure medications, can cause skin reactions that result in redness.
Stress or Emotional Factors
Emotional stress, anxiety, or intense emotions can trigger a release of stress hormones, leading to blood vessel dilation and subsequent skin redness.