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In Topic: 38 yr old, pale complexion, oily skin...

23 July 2011 - 07:29 AM

Oh yeah, & makeup forever concealer is full coverage, stays on in even 100 degree heat, wink.gif

In Topic: 38 yr old, pale complexion, oily skin...

23 July 2011 - 07:27 AM

QUOTE (Fade @ Jun 3 2011, 08:49 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Does the silica dust ever irritate you? I've been hearing some good and bad about it. http://www.workershe...u/facts060.html

How's the coverage of the makeup forever concealer? I've been curious about it but never checked it out. I need heavy duty stuff wink.gif

Never saw this reply...  I guess you missed this, didn't ya....


Fortunately for those of us who love mineral makeup, the kind of silica powder used in cosmetics is not a problem. Hydrated silica (aka silicone dioxide) is a mineral used in many mineral makeup products including Makeup Forever HD and Coastal Scents. This type of silica doesn’t react with lung tissue like the crystalline form does so these products are safe to use.  As Forum member Guiness pointed out, additional information on hydrated silica can be found at Cosmeticsinfo.org. So you can stop fuming about your foundation.

In Topic: anyone find that the at home hand held blue lasers affective?

19 December 2010 - 12:31 PM

Yes, they can help for many users. Shop around a lot to make sure you are getting the best deals and light nanometers for your money. Good luck!

In Topic: LED Plant growing lights for acne?

19 December 2010 - 12:24 PM


As long as your light nanometers are in range you can use whatever light you want in blue or red or the combination.
I own a beautyskin light box as well as an acnelamp...
More recently I found this ^ website where I bought two red bulbs. I put them into sockets I bought for a buck or two at my local hardware store & plugged them directly into an extension cord, creating the home version of a baby quasar for a fraction of the cost.
This has worked out excellently.
I wish I would have found this site long ago before I bought the beautyskin or the acne lamp, because I would've been able to save a few bucks.

Best of luck to you! smile.gif

In Topic: Beauty Skin Initial Breakout!

28 September 2009 - 10:58 PM

It's normal, your skin is likely to be getting healthier. Existing bacteria under the skin will begin to come up. The difference I noticed with the aid of the lights was that they'd cycle on out of my life faster. Because the blue light is killing bacteria, & the red light is healing existing lesions.