Patients can treat red facial spots by trying home remedies that use aloe vera, cucumber, honey or brewed chamomile tea bags, according to Everyday Health. Dry and irritated skin can be treated by applying cool cucumber slices on red spots to soothe the skin and reduce redness. Mixing water and facial clay, applying the thick paste to the affected skin for 20 minutes, and cleansing with warm water may also calm irritated skin.
Several skin conditions, such as rosacea, acne, sunburn, allergic contact dermatitis and atopic dermatitis, can lead to red spots appearing on a patient's face, explains Everyday Health. When skin is inflamed due to acne or an allergic reaction, applying a honey mask can soothe the skin. Oatmeal may also help to reduce inflammation, and patients can either apply it as a mask or take an oatmeal bath to hydrate their skin. When redness is a result of a sunburn, patients can relieve pain and red marks by mixing aloe vera gel, cider vinegar and white vinegar.
Red spots due to acne can be treated by using a mild cleanser every day and keeping hair away from the face, according to Healthline. Women who use makeup are advised to use cosmetics that are water-based or are noncomedogenic. Applying over-the-counter medication that contains salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide, resorcinol or sulfur is known to treat acne as well.