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Nourish, calm, reduce redness and protect the skin with Pink Avenue Skin Care protective actives and calming essential oils. Safe for sensitive and rosacea prone skin.

Rosacea (pronounced roh-ZAY-sha)

is a common disorder of the facial skin.

While the cause of rosacea is unknown and there is no cure, today 
medical grade cosmeceutical skin care can provide relief and improve the appearance of rosacea.

Any one of the following symptoms maybe a warning sign to seek and begin appropriate treatment 
before the signs and symptoms become increasingly severe:

  • Redness on the cheeks, nose, chin or forehead.
  • Small visible blood vessels on the face.
  • Bumps or pimples on the face.
  • Watery or irritated eyes.

Best Skin Care, Pink Avenue Skin Care, Toronto, ON


An effective, gentle skin care to correct 
and prevent visible signs of aging,

Developed by a board-certified dermatologist, this system has been clinically tested and delivers proven results with a combination of concentrated, medical grade actives and natural ingredients.

Clinical studies show that after 4 weeks of use:

  • 87% of patients saw improvement in lines and wrinkles
  • 80% saw evening of skin tone and improvement in brown spots
  • 93% noticed improvement in skin smoothness
  • 87% saw lessening of redness
How to use Pink Avenue Age Reverse System
Calms redness, reduces inflammation. Anti Aging too! 
  1. Chamomile Clean Cleanser apply a small amount and massage onto skin for 10 secs. Rinse well with water.
  2. C-7 Youth Serum - apply serum to face & throat. Maybe applied under the eye and on eye contour.
  3. Triple Benefits Face Creme - apply to face and throat over serum.

Best skin care for sensitive skin, Toronto, Pink Avenue Skin Care, Toronto, ON

Sensitive skin. 
Did you know?

Sensitive skin requires a bit of detective work to figure out the root cause of inflammation, irritation and discomfort. In my Pink Avenue skin care practice I have observed over the years that certain elements can be contributing factors genetics

  • genetics
  • food sensitivity and/ or allergies
  • something you are eating doesn't agree with you and your skin
  • environmental influences ie, allergy season, exposure to pets, fragrance,pollution, topical applications of irritants

Since your skin is the largest organ of elimination of the body, it would stand to reason that what you consume may affect the skin. If rashers of bacon and cheesy, juicy hamburgers can lead to plaque that clogs your arteries, why couldn't food contribute to rashy, pimply, hot burning skin? Just asking? 
Check the food list below. 

Observe what you eat and how your skin reacts 24 to 48 hours later:

shellfish soy, soya, peanuts, msg ( found in many processed foods processed foods of any kind) alcohol, wheat, sugar, dairy