maggi437

Redness and sensitivity

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foundation that will cover redness and sensitivity but not look like I'm wearing a full face of makeup?

miabt

Re: Redness and sensitivity

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Hi maggi437,

 

You might want to try the CLINIQUE Redness Solutions Makeup SPF 15 with Probiotic Technology.  Its great for for skins with mild to moderate rosacea, dry, dry-combination, or oily-combination skin types.  Its infused with probiotics & antioxidants & is calming for your sensitive skin :smileyhappy:

CLINIQUE - Redness Solutions Makeup SPF 15 with Probiotic Technology

 

http://www.sephora.com/redness-solutions-makeup-spf-15-with-probiotic-technology-P271903?skuId=12710...

 

xo, Mia

TrysBeautyItems

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I'm similar and use pur minerals green primer - liquid to a powder like finish; green covers red - then a neutral toned foundation. I use Lancome Teint Miracle, it's made to help redness, it's lightweight and doesn't feel like anything is on. I also use Lorac CC - Lorac is a brand made for sensitive skin without any irritants, Sephora just stopped selling, but Ulta, Kohl's and their direct site have. Also just started using Physicians Formula CC+, so far so good.

 

I've also been looking at IT Cosmetic's Bye Bye Redness - it's not a foundation, but a neutral toned concealing cream - not at Sephora - on QVC on the product page is a video of how it covers, can be used alone or underneath foundation as a base.

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