Frequently Asked Questions

Effective for both men and women, Noredol provides relief for redness and blemishes.

Can I use Noredol or Rejuvenation if I have Rosacea?

YES! Noredol is designed to use for rosacea redness, blemishes, and really all sensitive skin.

You say it works for skin redness from cosmetic laser or chemical procedures?
Yes, Noredol is a cosmetic to reduce redness, soothe and moisturize skin. This includes redness after laser, between laser applications, or after chemical peels! (See what Noredol users say!)

How Do I Use Noredol Cosmetics?

  • Wash the skin at least twice a day, preferably right before applying Noredol® Cosmetics.
  • Apply a generous amount of Noredol® or Rejuvenation.
    -- If you wear make-up, put it on after the Noredol® dries.
    -- Use at least twice a day
  • As your skin appearance improves, you may reduce the frequency of application as needed.

How often should I use Noredol® Skin Care Gel?

  • At least twice a day! Use Noredol® Skin Care Gel two to four times a day.
  • Wash the skin with warm water at least twice daily and apply Noredol® immediately.
  • Rub the gel gently into the skin.
  • Always apply Noredol Gel before applying makeup or sunscreen.
  • Noredol® and Rejuvenation are for all skin types.

Noredol is different because it works on redness and blemishes!Why are Noredol and Rejuvenation different?

Noredol and Rejuvenation are different because they work on redness and blemishes! They combine Noredol (1,4-cyclohexanediol) with proprietary aloe vera and odorless garlic extracts. This formulation integrates advanced science with a traditional approach to skin care. In addition, Noredol Skin Care Gel contains riboflavin (vitamin B2), panthenol (vitamin B5) and conditioning agents in a water-based carbomer gel. They have no fragrance because many people are sensitive to fragrances. It has no salicylic acid, peroxide, or parabens for the same reason.

Where did the name NOREDOL come from?

It is NO-RED-OL and came from NO-RED-AT-ALL!

What role does diet play in my redness?

  • It is known that certain foods and drink can trigger skin redness and blemishes. As an example, coffee and tea are known "triggers" that cause skin to become red and irritated, especially skin with rosacea.
  • If you think a food or drink might be a trigger your rosacea or redness, keep a food diary. Remember that food triggers can be immediate but more often they manifest themselves after about 48 hours (i.e. it wasn't yesterday, but the day before).

Why does coffee antagonize rosacea or acne skin?

  • Coffee can make rosacea or acne skin miserable. It is one of the leading culprits known to trigger flare-ups in rosacea and worsen acne symptoms.
  • Caffeine induces body immune responses and dilates blood vessels. The immune responses can aggravate inflammation in acne or rosacea skin.

What about exposure to the sun?

  • Use sunscreen! Protect yourself! Too much sun can be unhealthy in many ways! Select a sunscreen product that will protect you without irritation. (See Noredol News # 5)
  • Noredol Skin Care Gel does not interfere with the use of sunscreen. Apply Noredol first, let it dry, and then apply the sunscreen.

After sun exposure, it helps cool and sooth sun irritated skin. Noredol® does not dry out the skin, but rather supports the skin like moisturizers. Combine Noredol® Skin Care Gel or Rejuvenation and our Antioxidant Vitamin C-Calcium-Ginger Blend supplement for a complete “inner and outer” skin support system.

Do you have a recommended cleanser?

Water. Clean water. Everyone has a different sensitivity. Use whatever you have found that DOES NOT irritate your skin. Our products are compatible with various types of cleansers.

What is your return policy?

If you are not totally satisfied with Noredol® Skin Care Gel, you may contact us for a refund.

Where can I purchase Noredol® Skin Care Gel?

  • Right here - Order Online!
  • Call 1-866-Noredol
  • From selected Independent Pharmacies, some physicians and med-spas that specialize in skin care.