In the biggest beauty trend ever, mineral makeup, once found through a specific company, is now fully mainstreamed and may even be purchased at your local drugstore. Because little is used per application, mineral makeup lasts longer than tra
In the biggest beauty trend ever, mineral makeup, once found through a specific company, is now fully mainstreamed and may even be purchased at your local drugstore. Because little is used per application, mineral makeup lasts longer than traditional liquid makeup. Visibly reduced lines and wrinkles, the refined look of pores, and the blending of uneven skin tones are the draws to this revolutionary skincare product. In addition, this product is ideal for all skin types, and look at this, it’s made in the USA. Applied through a buff motion, the warmth of your skin will slightly liquefy the loose powder, which in turn, leaves your skin with a youthful glow and a naturally covered finish.
In general, mineral makeup refers to the foundation but also includes products such as face color, eye shadows, blushes, and eyeliner. Its beneficial properties come from the fact that the “true” mineral makeup is derived from crushed minerals and includes four, possibly five ingredients; Titanium Dioxide, Bismuth Oxychloride, Mica, and Iron oxide. Titanium Dioxide is used in cosmetics for its whitening properties. Mica reflects light from the face and is a translucent skin-hugging mineral. Bismuth Oxychloride provides a skin glow due to the fact that it is a pearlescent mineral while Iron Oxide provides color to the foundation of mineral makeup. In some mineral makeup products, Zinc Oxide, known for its healing properties for problem skin such as rosacea and acne, may replace Bismuth as a natural ingredient. Even with the special care mineral makeup companies take to make an all-natural product, it is found some consumers itch while wearing this makeup; Bismuth is the culprit of the itch. Also, consumers with oily skin did not enjoy the ‘glow’ Bismuth left behind.
To remedy these complaints, and smooth the ruffled feathers of this customer group, several lines of Bismuth-free mineral makeup are now easy to find and readily affordable. The cost of the mineral makeup purchase price varies widely; from $60.00 for a full-size container to $2.25 for a generous-sized sample amount. Consumers would be wise to compare company products and prices before purchasing. Mineral makeup is one of the most revolutionary skincare products in the beauty market today. Although it has been available since the mid-70s, it is within the last ten years ladies of all incomes, skin types, and colors could afford and enjoy the enhanced benefits mineral makeup coverage offers.