Currently, one of the most popular trends in makeup is mineral makeup. Over the past few years, it has become more sought after, even though the concept has been around for over thirty years. The makeup consists of natural minerals from the earth. The most popular items have been loose powder foundations and blushes.
As buyers, we must beware of imitations that claim to have all natural ingredients, but don’t. As with any popular trend, there are companies out there that are trying to make a quick buck, but aren’t offering the true product. In truth, any makeup that contains minerals can be referred to as mineral makeup, but you want to be sure that you are getting the pure thing.
All natural products claim that their ingredients are better for your skin than regular makeup. There are a few doctors that disagree with this statement, but for the most part, doctors back it up. The Mineral powder has a more natural look and it doesn’t cause skin to break out ever like other foundations did.
Just make sure that you are careful about checking the ingredients of any mineral product you try. If a product isn't all natural, you may experience skin irritation, or breakouts, instead of enjoying the benefits that most customers have experienced with mineral makeup. Read the ingredients carefully and be wary of any dyes, preservatives or chemicals. Bismuth Oxychorlide is one example of an ingredient that a lot of imitators use in their products. It is technically a "mineral", but it is not a natural one and can cause skin irritation, rashes and itching.
Mineral makeup is extremely beneficial for women with acne, rosacea or even scarring. The coverage can be as heavy or as sheer as you would like it to be, so you can cover any areas that need more makeup. It also layers very well. You can apply just as much as you need without causing the makeup to look clumpy or cakey. The makeup also lasts for a long time and minimizes the need for touch-ups throughout the day.
In addition, mineral makeup also provides natural SPF protection from the sun's harsh and harmful rays. You really can't be too careful when protecting your skin from sun damage. We all know that too much sun exposure can cause premature aging, wrinkles and sunspots. You may even want to use an SPF moisturizer underneath your mineral foundation to provide even more protection for your skin. Together you can prevent almost any damage to your face on a daily basis.
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