Best Natural Recyclable Essence That Reduce Redness

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Concentrated Brightening Essence by tata harper
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Concentrated Brightening Essence

4.6 (136)$215.00
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Hydrating Floral Essence by tata harper
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Hydrating Floral Essence

4.7 (812)$94.00
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melanie
Combination Skin

i've been trying to lower how much makeup i use so i want to find a concealer that i can just use to hide my dark circles and some redness on my nose so it's more of a natural makeup look. any cheap concealers for combo skin?

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nora
Combination Skin

Good coverage made for dark circles & pretty cheap 😊

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Shannon Stark
Dry Skin

@nora this is the best thing ever

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Erica Carman
Dry Skin

@nora YES!!

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Bianca Alyssa Bonetti
Combination Skin

I began using hydrating water essence around my eyes (it doesn’t say you can’t) and I developed redness and a rash. I stopped for a month and tried a special eye repair gel every night and I’m getting the same redness and rash. I knew I had sensitive skin but I can’t tell if it’s some kind of allergy or it’s a reaction to the product. What products do you suggest to reduce the redness and rash, and eventually to put on as a night eye cream?

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Adriana Fuller
Combination Skin

I use the Tula glow and get it eye balm in the morning and if I’m having a particularly bad day with my under eyes I use the stella and grace eye masks love them they reduce my dark circles and make it look like I’ve actually slept well. I also use the eye cream QMS at night before I apply my regular night cream and it works great too.

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Jessie Engle
Combination Skin

Excuse my hand over half of my face. This is a picture of my face natural and then a picture with my makeup. I need tips and recommendations. I have big pores and redness. I want more of a full coverage look but I want it to look more smooth instead of so bumpy. Anyone have any recommendations on primers, foundations, or just anything that could take away the redness and make my pores look smaller?

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Carina Troshin
Combination Skin

Have you considered using azelaic acid? It’s really helpful in reducing redness, acne, and dark spots/hyperpigmentation. A great product is from Paulas Choice. Also, Niacinimide is also really helpful with pores and redness (the ordinary niacinimide and zinc serum is good)

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Jessie Engle
Combination Skin

@Carina Troshin I’ve never honestly heard of it! I just started back working, so imma buy a few things to test out! Thank you so much!! 😊