Having a pimple is bad. Having an acne scar is much worse because that scar can be a permanent, or at least last for a very long time.
Concealing your scars with makeup is more affordable alternative than expensive scar removal treatments. There is a variety of makeup developed to enhance the appearance of your skin, giving it an even look and a bright, clear complexion.
Three things to look for when you select your makeup: light, non-greasy and non-cometagenic. Products that are cometigenic actually clog pores and cause acne. These products can add oils to your skin, causing breakouts and irritation.
That’s like using ketchup to cover up a dirt stain…
Instead, use non-cometigenic products which don’t contain oil and won’t clog pores. The last thing you want to do is cover your acne scars with even more acne scars.
There are numerous foundations and powders available if you have sensitive skin. If you have oily skin you might want to use a powder, as it serves as a modifier and can help control the oil on your face.
Many of these products contain medication that works on your skin while you wear the makeup. This is especially helpful if you have to wear makeup for long periods of time.
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