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Cover FX / Dr Jart/ Fresh non comedogenic?

Hey! Just got back from the derm and frantically trying to figure out if I can keep using my products. Does anyone know if Cover FX custom cover drops, their pressed powder foundation and their concealer and green stick are non comedogenic? 

I use soy fresh face wash, I think that will be fine to keep up with? And Dr Jart's water fuse, do we know if that will be non comedogenic?

I also use NARS and KVD bronzers contour, wondering about that too.. and colourpop/MUF highlighters... I do have some acne where my bronzer goes.

 

They also prescribed me spirolnolactone...has anyone used this and seen results?

 

If I can't use some of these products, does anyone have good references for what is non comedogenic? I love my routine and am anxious about possible changes.

RE: Cover FX / Dr Jart/ Fresh non comedogenic?

I am also trying to be super cautious about buying products that are “non-comedogenic” after meeting with an esthetician for the first time and trying to get my acne under control. I mostly got rid of everything but I did keep my Estée Lauder double wear and a coverFX setting powder because after doing some research I found that they were “classified” under non-comedogenic even though it didn’t say so on the actual packaging. I would suggest just maybe getting rid of all the Kat Von D, Nars and MUF stuff because they do contain many ingredients that do clog pores. Or keeping them and as soon as you finish the products start buying mineral makeup such as bare minerals or dermablend which is a bit more full coverage but it feels like nothingis on your skin. I recently fell in love with the both brands they are a game changer for acne prone skin! Hope this helps!

Re: Cover FX / Dr Jart/ Fresh non comedogenic?

@sparksthesarah   The problem with the term "non-comedogenic" is that it doesn't really mean anything. It's mostly a marketing tool. Everyone's skin is different and what your skin may react to, causing a breakout, will be different from others. What you can do is analyze ingredients to find what sensitivities you may have. Sites like cosdna (dot) com are really helpful for looking up ingredients of specific products and they'll give you information about the chances of irritation and acne for the ingredients found in those products. 

Re: Cover FX / Dr Jart/ Fresh non comedogenic?

I also use the estee lauder cleansing balm to remove makeup... can't tell if that's non comedogenic either... lol!!!

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