Not Created Equal: Mineral Make-Up
In 1976, cosmetics firms were required to list ingredients on their products. This created a domino-style demand for more organic and natural products. Diane Ranger, the pioneer of mineral makeup, tapped into women’s concerns, into our worries about what we were slathering on our faces, and created what would become one of the first mineral makeup brands: Bare Essentials.
Now she has come up with something new: a luxury mineral make-up called ColoreScience, proving not all mineral makeup is created equal. And it starts not with what’s in the product, but what has been intentionally omitted. You will not find a drop of mineral oil, perfumes, talc, alcohol, dyes, preservatives or emulsifiers.
Some over the counter and drug store brands have been known to contain synthetic materials, questionable carcinogenic minerals, even some with ingredients that resemble the properties of arsenic.
We know when you undergo treatments involving your face that you want to preserve your investment. The best way to do this is with products that protect you from sun damage.
The SPF50 Mineral Sunscreen Brush, or Sunforgettable, contains Zinc Oxide and Titanium Oxide. It also has been created with red seaweedextract that contains vital minerals to help firm and balance the skin.
It’s a lightweight mineral powder with a barely-there feel that provides a safe, non-irritating, instant UVA and UVB sun protection. The self-dispensing powder brush makes this sheer formula easy to apply and reapply throughout the day.
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– Safe, non-irritating, instant, broad spectrum UVA/UVB sun protection
– Sheer, easy to apply formula
– Water resistant
– Light foundation coverage
– Rated for Active use for men, women & children
In addition to Sunforgettable, we carry the best for your skin including starter kits, primers, creme foundation, pressed foundation, setting mists, eye camouflage and the corrector palette, which Maria Menounos demonstrated on Dr. Drew’s Life Changers.