True, pure mineral makeup is hypoallergenic and the best choice for sensitive skin.
Mineral powders are essentially inert, which means they are unlikely to be allergens.
Most allergic reactions to makeup are caused by odors and preservatives. Unfortunately, even natural botanical fragrances can be allergens. Mineral powder makeup is the easiest and smartest makeup because it consists of mineral powders and almost nothing.
Did you know that the more often you expose your skin to allergens, such as fragrance and preservatives in make-up, the more likely your body will become allergic to allergens?
This is true, and that is why I recommend everyone to use hypoallergenic skin care products. There is no reason to tempt fate and mock future contact dermatitis (otherwise called an allergic reaction to the skin), which will last a lifetime!
Are you allergic to your makeup?
Yes! As a dermatologist, I recommend using hypoallergenic makeup and cutting directly into colors without filler and fuzz, flavors and preservatives.
Face makeup, such as eyeshadow and foundation, provides colors to enhance functions or eliminate blemishes. Mineral powders can do it beautifully.
When grinding to an ultrathin consistency, the mineral face powder can sit on your skin unobtrusively, creating the look you want, minus the allergens present in liquid or cream cosmetic products. Mineral powders for eye shadows remain in place and minimize the effect of delicate facial skin on allergens.
Apply mineral powder to the top of your complete skin care procedure, and you have the best of all possible product combinations. Complete skin care includes the steps Cleanse, Correct, Hydrate and Protect.
Powder mineral makeup is on top. You can use sunscreen with tinted zinc oxide mineral as a protection step and start the makeup process. This is what I have been doing for years.
I have the perfect mineral powders to cope with complete skin care. All my powders are milled three times and are great for a natural look, which gives a long coverage. To meet the needs of my patient, I have a range of options for all skin types.
Each of my Mineral makeup ideal for sensitive skin and for people who do NOT want to mock fate, exposing themselves to unnecessary allergens in traditional cosmetic products.
None of my mineral powders will stick or slap. They look really natural and have natural reflective technology to give you a glowing complexion – just a nice minus of allergens.
Loose Mineral Powder is ideal for oily and acne skin, because it is a mixture of ultrafine mineral powder with kaolin clay that absorbs oil during the day.
Extruded mineral powder provides the same ultra-fine mineral powder in an oil-free compact composition that can be applied with a sponge or brush.
Baked minerals are heated to 400 degrees to create a fine powder with mineral powder that can be applied with a brush.
Mineral Shadow Trio It is also baked to a cake of natural iridescent mineral shades that can be applied with a brush. I personally use the corner brush and the brown color in the bronze trio to strengthen the eyebrows.
I use dark gray in the smoky trio to get my eyes out.
Loose Mineral Eye Shadow is versatile and comes in an interesting color.
The use of pure mineral powder is a more reasonable choice than using a creamy product on sensitive and sensitive skin of the eyes, which is a canary in the mine for the development of allergic contact dermatitis.
I have the most comfortable and smooth ride Cosmetic Brush Kit for use with these mineral powders. It is eco-friendly, ruthless and plenty.
Apply your hypoallergenic mineral makeup to sunscreen.
To begin the process of applying color, use a tinted sunscreen with mineral zinc oxide.
So you combine anti-aging skin care with make-up.
Pure Strength Pure Mineral Tinted Matte Sunscreen Ideal for oily colors and great for mineral powders.
Suntegrtity 5 in 1 BB Cream Tinted Sunscreen moisturizes for those of us with more dry skin. I use it every day under my mineral makeup.
Both sunscreens give you a broad spectrum, clean protection against zinc oxide and are hypoallergenic. Laying mineral makeup on top of a mineral zinc oxide sunscreen is reasonable as you watch it.
Finally, keep your makeup and sunscreen in my Fair-Trade Silk Cosmetic Bags,
Treat yourself to sensual pleasure at a reasonable price. A set of cosmetic brushes is also included in the bag.
This is what I have used for many years – I love to apply my makeup, how much I love to wear it. When I see my face in the mirror, I am satisfied with the way my makeup is dressed when I work through my day.
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