Skincare-News Experts Review Bare Minerals: Pure & Natural Mineral Makeup

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In a recent review, Skincare-News highlights several innovative bareMinerals products, which can help women achieve beautiful bare skin.

Enriched with crushed minerals from the earth, bareMinerals is a beauty line that forgoes preservatives, talc, artificial colorants, fragrance and other irritants. There aren't any fillers or binders either. Skincare-News.com's latest article, "bareMinerals Product Review: Pure Mineral Makeup," finds that bareMinerals can improve the skin over time.
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Primer is an asset when it comes to applying makeup: It helps prepare the skin for foundation. This multi-tasking product smoothes fine lines, adds moisture to dry skin or absorbs excess shine from oily complexions and keeps foundation fresh and skin luminous.

bareMinerals offers several primers to enhance the skin. For women who want a product that will rejuvenate the complexion, bareVitamins Skin Rever Upper features glycolic acid, salicylic acid and botanicals to boost moisture and radiance.

For dryness, flakiness or fine lines, bareVitamins Prime Time Foundation Primer smoothes the skin, diminishes dryness and improves the look of large pores.

For an oily or problem-prone complexion, try bareVitamins Prime Time Oil Control Foundation Primer, a lightweight, water-based formula which tackles the concerns common to oily or sensitive skin: It controls excess oil, minimizes pores and creates a beautiful matte finish.

The key to a healthy complexion begins with the basics: foundation and concealer. If a woman can find a collection that gets these two essentials spot-on, then she can fake a flawless face with no fuss. Fortunately, bareMinerals boasts an award-winning line of mineral foundations that suits every skin tone, from fairly light to deepest deep. When applied, these weightless powder formulas feel like a cream and impart a silky-smooth, flawless finish. Plus, they won't irritate even the most sensitive of skin, including individuals who have dry complexions, acne or rosacea.

For extra coverage, bareMinerals features a line of concealers that mask everything from dark circles and blemishes to scars and unsightly spots.

There are also find a range of beauty products to boost the eyes and skin. bareMinerals Well Rested for Eyes goes on seamlessly on the lids for the perfect pick-me-up. bareMinerals All Over Face Color adds a natural glow to the entire complexion and comes in a wide variety of hues. Light-as-silk and translucent, Mineral Veil gives skin an airbrushed finish, as it absorbs excess shine, minimizes pores and softens the skin.

bareMinerals offers a unique mineral-based formula -- the first of its kind! --that renews the skin overnight. Enriched with minerals, RareMinerals Skin Revival Treatment accelerates cell turnover, minimizes pores and fine lines and gives skin a luminous glow. Try the treatment in clear, which is perfect for all skin types. Or, choose a shade -- from light to tan -- to hide imperfections.

With an array of kits, bareMinerals makes it easy to find the right all-in-one beauty collection that complements the complexion and matches each woman's individual style. For women who are not sure which products to start with, try one of the Get Started Kits. Just pick a shade by natural skin tone. The kit contains two shades of SPF foundation, mineral veil, warmth all-over face color, three application brushes, brush shampoo and even a how-to DVD.

To enhance the eyes and cheeks, bareMinerals Face Fashion The Look Now - Natural Muse is a stunning palette of shades, including champagne veil, mossy gray and marine navy. Plus, it includes lip gloss to bring out a natural, pretty pout. For more drama, bareMinerals Free to Be Naturally Adventurous is a collection of vibrant, deep colors for the eyes, cheeks and lips. It includes beige, hazelnut, aqua teal and pinkish-peach.

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