As a middle-school aged gal I began my first struggles with acne. It was embarrassing so my mom started letting me wear foundation and blush to cover up the little red bumps and blemishes all over my face. Unfortunately, we were a little less educated about the dangers of putting harsh cosmetics on our face when I was in 6th grade, so little did my mom or I know that the more I covered the worse it actually got.zap and hideFast forward 15 years and I was still having the same struggles. It’s embarrassing as a teenager, but acne is even more frustrating as an adult. Thankfully a few years ago I started working at this amazing company and within a few months of wearing jane iredalemy acne began to heal. Some people say, “maybe you should have stopped wearing makeup altogether” but what they don’t understand is that I didn’t want to leave the house without my “face” because I felt so terrible; now the only reason I wear foundation is for the SPF and to even my skin tone. I genuinely don’t believe “not wearing makeup” was the answer, I believe it was the amazing ingredients in jane iredale makeup that really helped to clear my skin. I know that I am one of the lucky ones, and many of us need more help than just a cleaner makeup with healing properties to rid our acne, but the makeup made a huge difference for me. It did take about two months for my skin to begin clearing, so during that time I needed a lot of help camouflaging my acne. Here is what I did, I hope it helps you as well!

  1. Apply a thin layer of Absence Oil Control Primer using the Foundation Brush. By thin,AbsenceI mean VERY thin – if you can see it go on, you are using too much and will actually cause you to get even more oily. A little bit goes a long way.

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