Many people acquire redness around their nose as teenagers; others acquire the condition later in life via rosacea or allergies that make the area around the nose and nostrils permanently red. But there are solutions to this embarrassing situation other than trying to cover it up with makeup, and it can be done easily and naturally.
Boost circulation around the nose and get that redness to gradually disappear by using products that encourage circulation of the skin. Cinnamon oil and mint oil (such as peppermint or menthol) rubbed into the red area around the nose prior to going to bed helps the skin circulate and regenerate, and over time decreases or eliminates redness around the nose and nostrils.
Lemon juice works well as a natural acid to help break down the redness and bleach it out. It works as an anti-inflammatory as well, and a few drops of lemon juice rubbed into the red spots next to your nose and nostrils helps to rejuvenate fresh skin and get the skin to lighten up so you can enjoy having less redness around your nose.
Consuming Vitamin C regularly on top of using a natural remedy to fade the redness around your nose helps the process go much faster. Vitamin C is a daily nutrient to boost the immune system, and helps skin renew and grow more healthily.
Avoid harsh products that rub at the skin. This will make the inflammation and redness worse. Avoid harsh steams or spa treatments, as they can exacerbate your redness around your nose.
By applying a natural cinnamon, peppermint, menthol oil, or lemon juice nightly to the redness around your nose will produce results in a few days to a few weeks. I am currently using lemon juice, and have noticed less redness around my nose, and far less blackheads in the area I have been applying the lemon juice. Over time, I expect the redness around my nose and nostrils to fade dramatically.