Start and end your day right with a cleanser that's composed of calming herbs (such as calendula or lavender) and vitamins A and E. The formulas will balance and prime skin for other products that will follow in your regimen.
Maintain skin hydration with a moisturizer that has emollient components such as chamomile, olive oil, and rose. Make sure to check the ingredients for retinol, fragrance, and sulfates, as these can exacerbate redness.
While primers are commonly used for makeup prep, you can apply one on a freshly washed face and leave it alone—if you prefer a no-makeup look, your natural complexion will show through without the annoying red spots.
When you want a little extra coverage, apply a foundation or concealer that color corrects. A skin-care routine that includes the anti-redness products above should usually be enough to stave off redness, but a quality set of basic makeup is good to have for off days.