Does talc in makeup cause acne?
You hide skin imperfections behind a thick layer of makeup because skin often breaks out. Often you hunt for makeup that provides good coverage.
But foundation feels thick and cloggy and you can’t really touch your face.
Worst part...you shine after 3 to 4 hours. It drives you mad and makes you feel worse.
Really what you desire is “matte” look.
The thing is, most makeup both liquid and powders, you find talcum powder. Talcum powder is white powder used in most makeup.
You find talcum powder in most face powders and eye shadows.
One huge problems with talcum powder, both in liquid and powder foundations, is pores clog up.
How does that feel?
You've started to notice skin gets worse when you hide skin imperfections behind a thick layer of conventional foundation.
During the day you tap on more face powder to keep shine away.
But also started to notice how skin feels funny and how breakouts are getting worse, day by day.
Why you question talc in makeup.
Do take any makeup product you have at home. Go look at the back. First ingredients you’ll notice is talcum powder (talc).
It's a white substance. Used in most makeup, because it's a cheap filler.
It's the ingredient that causes more break-outs and makes skin worse cause pores clog from talc.
You have some bits you want to cover and you're not a makeup kind of girl. You love the all-natural look but have gone overboard with makeup - to cover up.
What you really want.
You know, the kind of look you get from your boyfriend when he thinks you look great.. and he tells you.
“You look great” he thinks you have no makeup on.
That is the definition of good makeup.
Is it possible with powder?
Yes, it is.
All you need, is an all-in-one 100% natural powder wonder foundation, of cause without talcum powder.
You need one good makeup product.
Good for you and the planet.
Imagine people tell you "I see a difference".
No more breakouts and skin looks smooth and matte.