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I phoned bourjois (available in Uk boots, superdrug etc.) to try and find out if their blusher is non-comogenic and oil free.

They didn't seem to know but sent me a list of the ingredients..

Talc

Zea Mays

Bentonite

Methylparaben

Parfum

Mica

and the +/- various different listings of CL (and then a code), presumably depending on the colour

Could someone tell me if it is non-comogenic and suitable for acne prone / oily skin?

Thanks

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Talc is a definate no-no!!!

I buy the Jane Iredale mineral makeup - this is expensive but definately non-comedogenic. They only sell this stuff at beauty clinics.

You can go to the www.janeiredale.com website - find the UK distributor, phone them up and they will tell you who in your area can supply. (That is how I did it)

This is the best range IMO available in the UK. I refuse to wear anything else - their stuff lasts for a good while and comes with built in sunscreen.

Expensive but very safe.

There is another range called Amoraleigh - but they only supply in the States - which is a pity as their stuff is the same but much cheaper.

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