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bareMinerals Blemish Therapy
What is it: Heal, conceal, and prevent future breakouts with this targeted, all-in-one bareMinerals(R) treatment that helps reduce acne and blemishes for clearer, healthy-looking skin.
Who is it for: All skin types.
Why is it different: Blemish Therapy is a non-irritating formula that helps to minimize pores, neutralize redness, and diffuse imperfections.
How do I use it: Swirl brush into treatment, tap off excess, and gently pat onto blemish. For larger problem areas, apply a light layer over affected area (avoiding the eye area) using soft brush strokes. For best results, use at the onset of a blemish. Applying a light layer over problem areas daily can also help prevent new breakouts from forming.
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bareMinerals Blemish Therapy
- "I have really dry skin and always have troubles using powder but this one works pretty good and actually make my skin look gorgeous and flawless" in 1 review
The only way I would be able to wear make up without having to worry about my existing blemishes. It feels like it really helps and doesn't worsen my acne, as what usually happened to me prior to starting with the bareMinerals line. It also applies well and blends in with the skin below the matte powder. Comes with the brush too that works great with it!
Unfortunately, this is one of the bare minerals products that did not work well for me. I used to have such bad acne, and I felt that this did nothing to help or cover those blemishes. The only reason it is still in my beauty bag is because I can’t bring myself to get rid of it.
This stuff is a miracle in a powder form. I can put this on a pimple in the morning and it’ll either significantly be smaller in a few hours or it’ll be able to pop in a few hours. It’s awesome. I’ve repurchased this once because it lasts sooo long! So definitely worth the investment but it’s not expensive in the first place so even more reason to try it out if you haven’t!
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This is a powder that acts more like a spot treatment concealer. I like to always have it around because I haven’t found anything better yet to date. It is strong enough to rid myself of any breakouts and I dust my face where I usually breakout and I don’t really have many problems. My son has even used this.
This blemish therapy has a soothing feeling when applied to an inflamed blemish and is also great for color correcting for healing blemishes. The applicator brush is so soft and smooth but picks up a good amount of the product. My blemishes don't I stay disappear with use if this product but it definitely helps with the healing process and makeup application.
I use this blemish powder to cover up my acne and it works well. I often find that my blemishes heal quicker and even though there is sulfur in this product the smell is not so strong. It covers my blemishes very well and would highly recommend. I typically purchase at Sephora or Ulta.
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I use this product everyday. I love using powder over a liquid because then my face does not feel smudged and also does not leave my skin oily. I also never have a problem with it rubbing off on my clothes. It works really well and I will keep buying it.
2 stars because it can work as a very light concealer (don't use too much or it'll look very cakey very fast). As far as "blemish therapy" this did nothing for my acne. Although it did give me an excuse to wear "makeup" to bed and not feel guilty about it.
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I've watched YouTube videos and have read so many different reviews. Does this work, by itself?
I have read awesome reviews on this blemish therapy product. I have dark spots from where I break out I was wondering if this would help treat it as it is advertised. What kind of texture is it once applied? I would love to try this but I am a little worried it would be a waste.
Im just wondering how to use this product? Is it like a cream that you will just put and leave on the blemishes?
This texture looks smooth and soft. It doesn't look like it goes on to thick! How many shades does it come in & how long does it stay on?
Does this really work? Would love to hear some first hand experiences!
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