Even though your friends tell you that having acne scarring doesn't make you ugly, there’s no denying that it makes you feel ugly.
Though you’re not a teenager anymore it’s difficult to be around other women who have perfect skin. Especially when you’re constantly bombarded with photoshopped models in adverts and heavily filtered instagram filters - of cause you’re going to compare your own red itchy face to theirs.
It’s like your life is on hold until skin clears up.
For a while you’ve wondered if makeup is cause of more acne breakouts and pimples. Does makeup make your skin worse?
According to American Academy of Dermatology “even women who would not otherwise have acne can develop acne cosmetica from wearing makeup.”
Ever noticed when you wear too much makeup skin feels thick, cloggy and you can’t really touch face. All that thick makeup won’t let skin breathe, skin is irritated and itchy.
Most women don’t realize acne prone skin, that tends to break out easily, is also cranky sensitive and experience itchiness and redness.
Here’s how you can enjoy your makeup, even if you have bad breakouts, sensitive skin or acne
1. Look for most basic and pure products and work up from there.
Use less makeup products on acne prone skin, that tends to break out.
2. Don’t hide skin imperfections behind a thick layer of makeup.
Heavy liquid foundations feel like a mask on sensitive, acne prone skin. That “mask feel” effect is from synthetic silicones. Silicones is used to smooth on liquid makeup and why acne skin condition gets worse.
3. Never use makeup with talc.
Skin that breaks out easy gets worse from talc. Talc feels like “polyfilla” on skin. Talc blocks pores and skin feels like it can’t breathe. Talc is a cheap filler used in both face powders and fluid foundations.
4. Use gentle makeup products
Use makeup products with no fragrance, no artificial colours. Avoid metallic pigments. It’s those that cause feelings of skin burn, itchiness and redness.
5. Use gentle skincare products.
Women with oily skin tend to “over cleanse” face too much. Using too harsh skincare product, like chemical exfoliators, is stripping natural oils from face. Skin get flaky and doesn’t hold makeup very well. A simple routine is better.
If you ever feel overwhelmed by the number of acne “cures” out there, you are not alone. It’s easy to swayed by the latest miracle concealer or primer but does new equal better? And does it even work on real woman’s skin?
Make no mistake. There are makeup out there that effectively target acne prone skin. And many of these makeup products use same pore clogging ingredients, like mineral oil, silicones. But only one name takes a serious approach to pore-clogging ingredients. And that’s Organic Make.
The whole idea behind Organic M.A.K.E is less makeup is better for you and the planet. Women shouldn’t have to be slaves to dozens of different makeup products – especially women with sensitive, acne prone skin.
You should be able to simplify your makeup routine, and pare down to just a few items that allow you to look your best, without clogging pores. At the same time leave skin to breathe so it stays calm.
That’s why founder, Charlotte Fnug, created Organic M.A.K.E a line of all-in-one powder foundation – known as “Powder Wonders” - that can easily replace everything in your makeup bag. The all-in-one powder wonder comes in three different shades, yet covers most skin colours.
Who doesn’t like a light powder and depending how you feel you put on a thin layer or keep building up the colour until you are happy with the finish.
Change the world for the better.
ORGANIC M.A.K.E fixates on less is more! While other skin and makeup companies sell you loads of products for the sake of selling. We focus on a select few products that have delivered exceptional results for our customers and empowered these women to truly express themselves with a simple, uncomplicated routine.
Express Yourself, Shop Organic
Dark Mineral Foundation
Covers skin naturally with creamy satin finish.
Light Beige Mineral Eyeshadow
A natural mineral eyeshadow that doesn't cause irritation.