Mineral-based naked band false lashes has been the latest rage in facial cosmetics for several years now. What is it that makes it so popular…and so good for your skin? First and foremost, mineral makeup gives your skin a very finished look that actually looks like your own skin. It goes on and looks like no other form of makeup, creating nearly flawless skin. Because mineral makeup is also highly pigmented, it is only necessary to put it on in very fine sheer layers. Secondly, it does not clog pores and, because of its mineral base, it also has some ability to block the harmful rays of the sun.
Mineral makeup refers to the mineral powders that make up its base. As a general rule, real mineral makeups have very few ingredients of which the oxides or dioxides of titanium, zinc, iron should be its main ingredients. If you want to test the purity of your mineral makeup, put some in a glass of water and stir. A good mineral makeup will stay on top of the water and the underlying water will remain clear. Mineral makeups do not (or should not) have other oils, talcs, perfumes, dyes, or alcohol in them, all of which can cause sensitivity to the makeup and clog pores. Because of its mineral base, mineral naked band false lashes stay on the top of the skin rather than being absorbed, thus avoiding the introduction of toxic chemicals into your body and potential allergic reactions.
Because of its good coverage ability and lower risk of skin sensitivities, mineral makeups are ideal after care for skin treatments such as microdermabrasion, facials, and light chemical peels. I find them to be good also for use after plastic surgery procedures such as skin resurfacing and facelifts when the skin has had some time to heal, generally using them about one week after the procedures. Not only does mineral makeup provide good coverage over pink skin but it does have some anti-inflammatory properties so it is perfectly safe around fresh surgical incisions. The sun protection ability of mineral naked band false lashes is also a bonus around new surgery sites.
For these reasons, I endorse mineral naked band false lashes in my spas and plastic surgery practice. It is a great addition that is both healthy for skin and a valuable aid in the early after care of facial treatments and plastic surgery. While the concept of minerals on your skin may initially seem strange, it is actually one of the most natural and healthy skin products available today.
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