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Does Anyone Know A Good Drugstore Pressed Powder That Will Not Break Me Out?

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I recently picked up Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Protector Finishing Powder in a moment of desperation after forgetting my MAC Blot Powder at home. I actually really love this Maybelline powder; it looks natural, helps control shine, does not irritate my skin, is oil-free, plus has SPF. I've been using it for a few weeks with no skin issues from it.

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I recently picked up Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Protector Finishing Powder in a moment of desperation after forgetting my MAC Blot Powder at home. I actually really love this Maybelline powder; it looks natural, helps control shine, does not irritate my skin, is oil-free, plus has SPF. I've been using it for a few weeks with no skin issues from it.

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If it doesn't say "noncomedogenic" it has the possibility of breaking you out.

Doesn't matter how other people's skin reacted to the makeup. You're going to have to see how different makeups work for you.

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Well obviously everyone has different experiences with products, and just because something works for me does not mean it's going to work for someone else. I always assumed that goes without saying.

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pur mineral powder is a good one. kind of expensive for a drugstore product though ($26) but it won't break you out. I'm on accutane too and when I tried wearing it It didn't make my dry skin stand out. Im not a fan of powders though so I don't wear it.

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I use CoverGirl pressed powder for oily skin.

It does not break me out and I've been using it for two months.

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Maybelline dream matte pressed powder = love.

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Does this product oxedize? I have a problem with pressed powders doing this :/

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