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  1. I have moderate acne, where my face just as a couple of white heads, and the rest are just red dots. I use honey as a face wash, and drink a lot of water and green tea. No caffeine for me. I take vitamin e and fish oil, but lately it hasn't gotten where i want my face to be. I used to wear bare minerals face makeup, then stopped for a year (still had clear skin). Im thinking i should start back up, because my face is bad, and minerals are good for your face. Any thoughts???
  2. I bought bare minerals matte and used sephora ultra smoothing primer undernearth. I also used some concealer I have dry, sensitive, acne prone skin. I applied all this and wore it for 8 hours, and had so many new pimples when I took it off! I used: bare minerals matte Titanium Dioxide, Zinc Oxide. Inactive Ingredients: Lauroyl Lysine, Silica, Calcium Silicate, Soil Minerals. May Contain: Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Iron Oxides Sephora ulta smoothing primer Isododecane, Glycerin,
  3. QuinnMorgendorffer

    Bareminerals Liquid Foundation?

    does anyone use this? my mom and i bought some recently and i really love how it feels and looks but when i take it off i feel like my skin is crappier... doesn't necessarily break me out but just duller and not smooth or soft. my mom said she had to stop using it. I wish i had a foundation that looked good and made my skin feel healthy afterwards
  4. AccutaneLove*Hate27

    Accutane And Makeup

    Can anyone help me with advice on makeup whilst taking accutane? I have started using liz earle naturally active skin care- hot cleanse and polish, instant skin boost skin tonic and super skin moisteriser which so far seems to be treating my skin very well. But I am stuck on what kind of foundation to use! As the skin drys out more and more the immediate thought is to use an oil based foundation (something I have been avoiding obviously due to oily skin before accutane treatment!! So feels ag
  5. Amanda4747

    Make Up

    Wow so I found out my make-up, Bare Minerals, might be the thing that is clogging up my pores! It contains mineral oils and other ingredients, like talc and bismuth, which irritates the skin! Plus, I use Benefit's Boiing concealer, and it is used on my affected areas.. So, I decided to go for Tarte foundation and concealer (paraben and oil free), and tomorrow I am going to buy a pur-minerals primer. The Tarte foundation covers more so I don't have to pack on the concealer.. and the primer is als
  6. stephie14

    Accutane Day 157

    So I wish I would have done this sooner but I guess now is better than never. I am currently alternating between 80mg and 120mg a day and have one more month after this. My face status as of right now is no pimples but have red marks on cheek (sucks!) but they are lighter than what they were and I can give credit to a specific product for helping out with that. Below I am going to list the products I used while taking this medicine and some mistakes I made while on it. Face Wash: Simple Skin
  7. Hello, I wondered if anyone had a bad experience with Bare Minerals loose powder foundation? I have had a horrific couple of days, trying to keep a rash covering my entire face under control and after doing a bit of research online, have a feeling that Bare Minerals may be the culprit. I purchased the Bare Minerals foundation, primer and finishing powder just under 2 months ago. No issues at all at the beginning but after a few weeks of daily use 'buffing' the powder into my skin with the
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