Rosacea is a problematic skin disorder that affects 16 million (the majority being women) Americans. Those that suffer from this condition experience red, blotchy skin patches, hot, irritated, burning skin, swollen, red, acne-like bumps on the skin. There is no cure for Rosacea, but the good news is that it can be managed, and is one of the reasons KmS Mineral Essentials was born.
Rosacea patients can have a difficult time covering the redness of their skin so it doesn’t bleed through their makeup. I know what you’re thinking, “isn’t that what concealer is for?” But, here’s the problem with a typical concealer product; you could apply layer after layer, and the red will still show up like a bad boyfriend, and who wants either of those?
What’s a girl to do? You gotta go green!
So, why would anyone intentionally put green on their face? It’s simple really. Green completely cancels red! That’s why we’re more than thrilled to introduce our Blemish Be Gone Concealer, an incredible, natural camouflage product you have to see to believe!
A Little Dab Will Do
This little pot of perfection can be a lifesaver for anyone living with Rosacea and Acne. It’s oh so simple to use, and because you only need to use a little at a time, one jar will outlast any other product in your makeup bag!
Like our other natural cream concealers, Blemish Be Gone not only covers flawlessly, it thoroughly nourishes the skin with organic Jojoba and Vitamin E.
The How-To Skinny
Simply rub your finger in circles into the product until it appears to slightly melt. To prevent possible contamination between product and skin, apply a small portion to the wrist first with a clean finger or small spatula. Then, use a clean concealer brush or your ring finger to press (don’t wipe) a very small amount lightly on top of the blotchy areas and feather edges to blend. And don’t worry! You won’t look green for long!
Lightly layer our Ultimate Cream Concealer over top, blend well, and whalla! The redness should be gone and you can finish with your favorite KmS Foundation.
Have other methods worked for you to cover the redness on your skin? Please comment below. I’d love to hear all about it!
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