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LindzNitram
Face primer and redness

Hey guys, with the upcoming cold coming, I was wondering if anyone knew of a good or inexpensive face primer that helped with red and oily skin? Thanks for your help!

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lylysa
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Try a water based primer like Napoleon Perdis' Auto Pilot, which contains chamomile, yarrow extract, and vitamin E.

 

Water based primers don't add any oil or weight to the skin and can penetrate through skins natural oil to form a flawless barrier for make up to rest on. Chamomile soothes redness and sensitivities, yarrow strengthens the skin's barrier, and vitamin E will help condition and protect due to weather conditions. It's a bit pricey, but it's nearly double the size of regular primers on the market and one of my absolute favorites! It feels like nothing is on the skin and you can even mix it with loose powders/foundations to make your own lightweight liquid foundation.

illyGunznLipstk
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Try tthe two-faced primed and poreless skin smoothing face primer.

 

Its 100% oil free, so it will not contribute to your oiliness, and it helps to reduce the appearance of redness.

 

The price is $30, but it is a great investment and you really don't need much. A little goes a long way. So in the end its definitely worth it.

 

http://www.sephora.com/primed-poreless-pure-oil-free-skin-smoothing-face-primer-for-sensitive-skin-P...

 

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