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There is a new buzz in the cosmetic marketplace. It's mineral makeup! So what
is it and how is it different? Mineral makeup is just as the name suggests made
from minerals. These are naturally occurring minerals and inorganic pigments
from the earth (Metal ores and iron oxides) that are very finely crushed and
milled. They contain no oils, no preservatives, no fragrance, no talc and are
safe for even very sensitive skins. In fact, they are so safe that a lot of
Plastic Surgeons and Dermatologists are recommending them to their patients. Not
only is Mineral makeup not harmful for the skin, it is actually good for it. The
ingredients are so finely milled that they will not clog your pores and because
it is made from inorganic minerals it will not gather moisture to feed bacteria
therefore it is totally pure. It also acts as an anti-inflammatory agent,
helping to calm and soothe irritated skin. What are the ingredients in Mineral
Makeup? TITANIUM DIOXIDE. This is a naturally occurring white mineral that is a
fantastic sunscreen. It is the second most highly reflective mineral. (the first
is DIAMOND) Therefore it not only acts a physical sunscreen but also helps
minimise the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. ZINC OXIDE This is again a
natural sunscreen giving you a broad spectrum UVA/UVB protection. But more than
that it is also used for its wide range of colours. This mineral allows
foundations to be different shades, and is also used in Eye shadows and Blushes.
IRON OXIDE This is a very opaque pigment again used for colouring cosmetics.
KAOLIN CLAY Used for it's oil absorbing qualities. DIMETHICONE Made from silica
that is a combination of minerals but largely comprised of quartz. Dimethicone
aids spreading, is transfer resistant and imparts a remarkable smoothness and
creaminess to the overall product. It also improves coverage without adding
heaviness. It is non-comedogenic and highly water repellent. MICA Is found in
nature in a variety of colours and can be used to add shine and sparkle to
cosmetics. How does it differ from regular makeup? Mineral Makeup is generally
applied with a brush or sponge in a downward motion on a clean, moisturised
skin. If you have very dry skin, the foundation at first can appear a little
powdery but all you have to do is gently mist your face with water and all
powderiness vanishes. For oily skins the foundation contains natural oil
absorbing ingredients, therefore you will find the foundation nice and matte all
through the day. Regardless of your skin type, the foundation will give you a
very natural, fresh appearance all day long. The makeup is also water resistant,
meaning it will not run or smudge in humid weather or throughout your workout or
if you get caught in the rain. All you have to do is pat the water or
perspiration off your face, instead of rubbing it off. Having said that, the
makeup is not difficult to remove. Not containing any waxes or oils all you have
to do is use your regular, favourite makeup remover. Over all, Mineral Makeup is
worth buzzing about. It is truly a major breakthrough in cosmetic skin care.
Once you have tried and perfected the use of Mineral Makeup you will not want to
go back to your old foundations. There are several great companies that
specialise in Mineral Makeup. Check them out for yourself. About the Author
Livia Mercer is the creator of The Beauty Review. A FREE monthly online
magazine for women who love beauty and cosmetics and want REAL product reviews
by REAL women. For a free, subscription, visit: The Beauty Review Online
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