Wonder why your nose tends to get all red after being out in the cold? Blood vessels dilate when the temperature drops.
The good news: Flushed features should fade soon after you come indoors. To speed up the process, apply a warm (not hot) compress to the skin for a few minutes.
If redness persists―especially if it’s accompanied by whiteheads or visible blood vessels―seek medical treatment for rosacea, a form of acne. A dermatologist can prescribe antibiotics or perform a laser treatment to reduce the appearance of blood vessels or redness.
And to prevent this cold-weather beauty woe altogether, create a physical barrier between the whipping wind and your skin by wearing a ski mask when outdoors for prolonged periods of time.