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I stared running a week ago and I’ve noticed my face goes really red. Out of interest does this reduce overtime as you become fitter.
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(Original post by Lilysmithxoxo)
I stared running a week ago and I’ve noticed my face goes really red. Out of interest does this reduce overtime as you become fitter.
Hi, I started running too, and I noticed that my face has actually decreased its level of “redness”.
This might not be for everyone though - I know for me personally, I won’t ever be completely normal, as in my face would still always be red even if it’s a little bit. That’s mainly because I have a lot of blood vessels on my face, so when I run, and blood circulates around my body, my face becomes easily red. This also means that I can get red even without knowing or without sweating etc.
So keep that in mind if you think that your face doesn’t seem to get less red.
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Definitely hasn’t for me and I’ve been running for over a year, if anything it intensifies as my running time decreases as I’m working harder to achieve this!
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Its very common for girls. Females rely on flushing more than males (who sweat more instead).

Yes it should decrease with fitness and weight loss I'd say.
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I stared running a week ago and I’ve noticed my face goes really red. Out of interest does this reduce overtime as you become fitter.
Hi I know I’m really late but I’m an experienced runner and I still go bright red 😂. It usually means you did a big workout at threshold pace.
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