What is the best way of concealing spots?
1. Acne can affect everyone.
Contrary to popular belief, acne isn't just a teenage thing. It can pop up whatever your age, on your face, neck, back, chest and even your arms. All skin types can suffer from acne, including dry and dehydrated skin. Acne is characterised by rough skin texture, shine, blackheads and spots. These dermatological reactions can often be embarrassing and difficult to live with and can be a chronic or one-off occurrence.
2. How can I get rid of a spot?
Spots are often the most unsightly consequence of acne-prone skin. Before you try and conceal a spot, take the time to treat your skin to some TLC. A flawless complexion starts with cleansing your face morning and night with the right products for your skin. Next, apply a product from the Truly Matte range or the Pore Minimizing Serum containing grapevine flower cell extract to tighten visible pores. Once or twice a week, apply the SOS Pure Mask with purifying green and white clay and organic alpine willow herb extract to purify skin in 10 minutes flat. Once your skin is cleansed and primed, it's time to move on to concealing! Makeup is ideal for concealing spots on your face. Reach for a compact foundation like the Everlasting Compact Foundation, which camouflages blemishes without suffocating your skin.
3. Beauty on the go
Whatever the time of day or night, keep your complexion looking its best with the Pore Perfecting Matifying Kit. This travel-sized kit contains blotting sheets and loose powder for blurring imperfections and concealing spots whenever you need.
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