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Lycogel Breathable Camouflage

Lycogel Breathable Camouflage Reviews

Brand: Lycogel

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Ingredients

Water, cyclopentasiloxane, dimethicone, peg- 10/15 crosspolymer, cyclomethicone, saccharomyces lysate extract, hydrated silica, peg/ppg-18/18 dimethicone, malus domestica fruit cell culture, cyperus rotundus root extract, lonicera japonica flower extract, xanthium sibiricum fruti extract, sodium hyaluronate, squalane (olive), acetyl tetrapeptide- 15, phospholipids, retinyl palmitate, tocopherol acetate, ascorbyl palmitate, beta- carotene, santalum album (sandalwood) extract, phellodendron amurense bark extract, hordeum distichon (barley) extract, olea europaea (olive) leaf extract, algae extract, artemisia vulgaris extract, zinc pca, centella asiatica extract, polyglyceryl- 3 polydimethylsiloxyethyl dimethicone, acrylates ethylhexyl acrylate, triethoxysilylethyl polydimethylsiloxyethyl hexyl dimethicone, xanthan gum, glycerin, lecithin, mannitol, sodium citrate, aluminum hydroxide, stearic acid, phenoxyethanol, isohexadecane, caprylyl glycol, ethylhexyglycerin, hexylene glycol, sodium benzoate. may contain: cl 77491, cl 77492, cl 77499 (iron oxides), cl 77891 (titanium dioxide).

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This does not do anything it advertises to do. It is definitely not for people with sensitive skin or acne or any form of skin issue. It does not blend at all even if you do it exactly like the videos and instructions tell you to do. It just sits on the surface of your skin and looks horrible. It also does wear off on clothing it advertises that it does not but it does. It is not a good product for the price or any price at all

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Sales people should be teaching beauticians what NOT to do with it. It is a cover up for the client not the beauticians mistakes.

Today I went to the beauticians explaining I had extremely sensitive acne skin and wanted something to calm it and nothing "active", then applied a dirt volcanic mud mask which dried hard and so when removed scratched my face raw, - she proceeded with her favourite serum (which I am reading contains a dangerous epidermal growth factor EPG which signals growth to cancerous, unhealthy cells as well as healthy cells) and put the Lycogel on top. not to cover my inflamed acne but to cover up the serious inflamation and abrasion she made all over my face. The Lythogel temporarily stung as was applying it which is fine, and had an allergic reaction to the EGF afterwards (and am in tears over the possible permanent damage that has been done to my face) under camouflaged calming 'treatment' She told me to sleep in Lycogel and tried to sell me the product. I refuse to buy the product ANYWHERE just because of the mess I saw she had made under it after removing it the next day. Serious ethical problems with "camouflage" when it is used by beauticians to cover their mistakes and terrible decisions. Sales people should be teaching beauticians what NOT to do with the product.

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