What Oprah Magazine, Web MD, NY Times and More Have to Say About Mineral Makeup

How natural is mineral makeup? Oprah’s beauty director, Valerie Monroe, is well informed about how natural it is. “I asked James Hammer, director of research and development at Shuster Laboratories, about it. He informed me “mineral makeup is formulated with mixtures of very fine, micronized mineral powders.” That is as natural as it comes.

“Traditional makeup is generally made with similar mineral pigments; it may also contain dyes, oils, and fragrances.” The minerals are free of unnatural pigments, and do not contain dyes, oils, or fragrances. Without these trace chemicals, it is so natural that it floats on the skin. It is a lightweight, chemical free product that every woman can wear, no matter what skin type. People love the lightweight properties of love the blendable properties it has.

Maria Picapito of Women’s Health magazine says, “Chances are, you’ll feel like you’re not wearing a lick of makeup, and hear plenty of comments about your healthy glow. It is the closest I’ve seen to wearing no makeup.” The healthy glow comes from the natural mineral property of mineral makeup, which does not clog pores or cause rashes of any kind. The lightweight property of it allows people to wear it for extended hours with no adverse side effects.

Collette Bouchez of WebMd states, “Many dermatologists report that because mineral makeup frequently eliminates classic irritants like fragrances, binders, synthetic dyes and preservatives, it is considered “purer” and can be kinder to the skin.” “Its non-comedongenic, so it wont’ clog pores, and it’s not going to aggravate an acne condition or cause a flare-up as easily as some traditional makeup’s can,” says Fusco, an assistant clinical professor of dermatology at Mt. Sinai Medical Center in New York City. From coast-to-coast, the positive views of it are tremendous, and women have more healthy options for their skin type when mineral makeup is worn.

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