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red

Of or relating to a firm or the operations of a firm that are deemed unprofitable. The term derives from the color of ink used to show losses on financial statements. Compare black.
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During the research, more than 500 heterosexual women were asked to look at pictures of an anonymous identical Caucasian face which had been manipulated to increase or decrease the redness.
Facial redness, also known as erythema, is an extremely common and frustrating symptom of rosacea, affecting up to 93% of sufferers.
Sam says, 'A mistake people make is to try to wipe out redness completely - if you have a pink undertone to your face and you wipe it out, your face won't match your neck.
Facial redness can also occur due to long-term sun exposure, mild" Facial redness can also occur due to long-term sun exposure, mild eczema, dermatitis and scarring, or spontaneously with no underlying cause/problem
Bonicel, at 5%, decreases redness, even in a product that is washed off, according to Ganeden Biotech.
Applying rose water after steaming tightens capillaries, reduces redness and blotchiness.
If there is not a property that resembles the introspective representation of phenomenal redness, but there is a property that normally causes such introspective representations, then the concept 'phenomenal redness' applies to that property.
1) Rosacea is a chronic dermatological condition of the face and eyes characterized by persistent redness, flushing, inflammatory lesions and visible blood vessels that affects at least 16 million Americans.
A little redness, as you suggest, is unlikely to be a major problem - just make sure you wash it away with clean water and avoid scrubbing and using soap.
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