Jane Iredale Mineral Makeup
 

The most beautiful cosmetic you can wear is a healthy skin. That's why everything we develop is a true extension of skin care. Our makeup is not just a refinement of conventional makeup; it's a new technology. It's so effective it is recommended by plastic surgeons, dermatologists and skin care professionals.

  • Four in one - Our micronized mineral bases are four products in one: foundation, powder, concealer and sunscreen, and will disguise almost any skin discoloration.
  • SPF 17 Pressed Bases & SPF 20 Loose Bases - Formulated with titanium dioxide and zinc oxide, the minerals give instant, broad-spectrum, chemical-free sun protection. They are also Very Water Resistant.
  • Fast, weightless coverage - Because we use no fillers like talc to dilute the effectiveness of the pigment, one quick application of our minerals provides all-day coverage that doesn't fade, crease or smear.
  • Non-comedogenic and oil-free - The skin is allowed to breathe and function normally.
  • Minimum allergy risk - We use no sensitizers like perfume or chemical dyes and preservatives in our bases, blush or eye shadows.
  • Coverage - Because the minerals are concentrated pigment, they give complete coverage and can be used effectively to camouflage large or small distractions.
  • Adhere - The minerals adhere to the skin until they are removed with any cleanser.
  • Anti-inflammatory - Our mineral bases have anti-inflammatory properties and are especially helpful for acne and rosacea-prone skins.
  • Inert - The loose minerals are inert and cannot support bacteria.
  • Quality - We use state of the art cosmeceutical ingredients to ensure the finest performance in coverage, application and texture. Our vitamins and antioxidants are pharmaceutical grade.
  • No animal testing

 

Makeup Application:       

$ 25.00.  
 

Bridal Markup:       

$ 30.00  
  Ask about Spa Wedding Parties    
Have a Free Makeup with a regular priced facial


 
 
 

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update Thursday, November 16, 2006