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It's always appreciated when makeup includes good-for-the-skin ingredients in its formulations. Revolution's affordable matte concealer contains okra extract and hyaluronic acid to hydrate the skin while concealing blemishes. Additionally, the concealer is oil-free, which may help those with oilier skin types.
2 forms of vitamin C and banana powder-inspired pigments in OleHenriksen's eye sticks help to correct undereye discoloration. 3-O-ethyl ascorbic acid and tetrahexldecyl ascorbate fade the look of dark circles and protect against certain environmental factors such as pollution. Gently apply the product over dark eye circles and blend in with fingers, a brush, or a sponge.
Sun damage protection is important now more than ever. La Roche-Posay's Anthelios UV Correct daily anti-aging sunscreen is SPF 70 and helps to improve and prevent visible signs of sun damage. Superhero ingredients include La Roche-Posay's patented Cellox-B3 Shield Technology, vitamin E, niacinamide, and La Roche-Posay spring water from France. Apply 15 minutes before sun exposure and reapply at least every 2 hours.
The purpose of Sandra Lee's, MD, facial moisturizer is to help maintain a healthy skin barrier without clogging pores. The lightweight formula is hydrating for dry skin, but also light enough to benefit acne-prone skin too. Vitamin C, amino acids, and provitamin B5 are the driving ingredients behind the formulation's hydrating and brightening effects.
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