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Rosacea Skin Girl
Which of these are best for my sensitive rosacea skin? E.A. Ceramide Lift Firm Makeup OR Philosophy Miracle Worker Foundation? I want the best possible product I can find for my skin [quality, healthy>. (These are the next 2 im trying, they had gr8 reviews) Ive already hit all the prestige counters, BareMinerals, Sephora, Ulta. Nothing seems to work with my skin. I do know to stay away from the oils so I read a lot of labels ahead of time. There are so many brands out there, its mind blowing. By this time, after years of embarrassment dealing with skin sensitivity and then throwing rosacea on top of that, Ive probably tried close to 200 foundations to cover it. Im getting ready to turn 50 and cant find a single anti-aging product that agrees with my skin! Thats frustration. Im getting lines around my eyes now and I wound like to get rid of that too and the puffy lids and dark circles that showed up this year. HELP PLEASE. Im up for recommendations.
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