What is the difference between using organic makeup verse regular makeup?
What are the benefits to my skin? Benefits down the road? Does it really matter? Can organic makeup clear up acne?
organic make-up helps your skin, versus the regular stuff gives you pimples, and makes your skin oily.
Organic makeup means that all the ingredients are natural, without any synthetic chemicals or man-made substances. If you don't want to put non-natural things on your skin, which then get absorbed into the body, then you want to use organic products.
Makeup doesn't "help" your skin, it's a paint put on the surface as camouflage or to artificially create accents or contouring. If you want to clear up acne, you need to not use makeup, as that will just cover or block pores, which will only add to the problem.
A natural way to help the acne is to wash your face with a good clean soap such as Dial or Irish Spring at least twice a day.
There are some who say organic makeup is better for you, but when I tried it I had an allergic reaction. It isn't for everybody.
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