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A Good Powder For Facial Redness?

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Hey,

Does anyone know of any good facial powders that I could use to help cover facial redness? It has to be not very irritating. At the moment I am using some stuff called Physician's Formula. It is decent, but I am sure there is something better.

Thanks for your help!

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Clinique have a powder in their anti redness range. I've never tried it and it'll be relatively expensive, but maybe you could ask at a counter for a sample?

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Clinique have a powder in their anti redness range. I've never tried it and it'll be relatively expensive, but maybe you could ask at a counter for a sample?

Thanks for the input. I will look into that.

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Everyday minerals has a powder that is green, and it counteracts redness on my face very well. There are probably similar powders at the drug store, but I have never used them. You have to start with a very light application, so that it is easily covered with your mineral makeup.

HIGHLY recommend a green powder.

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Lily Lolo also do a mineral correcter powder that's green and it has very few ingredients. I received it in the post this morning and it's been on my face all day - so far no irritation what so ever. (Which is great as with my acne treatment my skin has become incredibly sensitive, my old make-up from Avon now burns my face!) I use this powder to cover my post-blemish acne scars and it does a decent job. It's most likely similar to Everyday Minerals so it might be worth checking them both out.

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I use a green color corrector from Everyday Minerals. it's a loose mineral powder that I just apply on the red patches with a kabuki brush.

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