Best Co Bigelow Products

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Kennedi Myers
Combination Skin

Hey sisters!!! I need some help I have rosy cheeks that are hard co cover & dry skins what are the best products as far as primer/ foundation? Or anything to help cover the red without being caked on!! Thanks!!!

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Maddy
Combination Skin

Any of the dr jart+ products that contain tiger grass work amazing! My favorite would be this treatment or the tiger grass cream. This treatment covers redness and gives some coverage to the skin. You are also able to build on this if you need extra coverage. The tiger grass cream is a thick moisturizer that removes redness and gives a great base to the face. I have been using this cream as my primer!

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Kennedi Myers
Combination Skin

@Maddy thanks girl!!! Definitely going to try it this week!!! Is it online? Or at ulta/Sephora?

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Maddy
Combination Skin

@Kennedi Myers it’s at Sephora! Online or in stores.

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Yoshi R
Oily Skin

Just a reminder to those who use makeup wipes. Please stop using it and add cleansing balms and oils to your routine. Wipes can cause aging, inflammation, pigmentation and you’ll find countless articles on it. Here are some options: - Clinique Take The Day Off Cleansing Balm - Farmacy Green Clean Cleansing Balm - Physicians Formula Matcha Cleansing Balm - Heimish Cleansing Balm - Banila Co Cleansing Balm - Dermalogica Cleansing Oil There’s plenty other options available and I hope this helps y’all :)

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Sarah
Combination Skin

I love this one, it removes every last trace of makeup, and doesn't break me out.

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Roxanne D'Amato
Combination Skin

Looking for a dupe for Skin & Co truffle therapy toner. Love it, but too expensive, and I feel like witch hazel just doesn’t cut it. I have normal/combination. Not sensitive and no allergies. Any recommendations?