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Clinique has an amazing new solution for redness in the form of loose powder. Redness Solutions Instant Relief Mineral Powder. Not only does this ultra fine loose powder have a yellow tint to counteract redness, it also soothes redness and is appropriate for skin with mild to moderate Rosacea.  

It’s oil-free and talc-free and even comes with an anti-bacterial brush! Available for $32.50 at  

My skin is prone to redness and I always use a loose powder to set my foundation so this powder works double duty for me! Love it!  


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    • 0 votes vote up vote up

      Martinilush wrote Jan 26, 2009
    • Does it make your skin look yellow-ish in the areas that aren’t red?

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    • 0 votes vote up vote up

      Kelly Robertson wrote Feb 2, 2009
    • My training tells me it's "Green" that gets the red out.  

      However, non-comedogenic is certainly a plus in any product. Rosacea almost always responds positively to daily/proper skin care (cleansing) and moiturizer. A skin care system is always key so that they work together, vs. using different products that may work against each other.  

      I know of one woman who suffers from Rosacea that she’s inherited from her mum and swears by MK products (which are really good!) and I have several clients who will attest to the SeneGence system (you can read about one in particular on my testimonials tab from my site). Laser and micro-dermabrasion are also options that I’ve heard good things about.  

      Thanks for the opportunity to speak freely!  ox kelly

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      Onevision wrote Feb 10, 2009
    • I use smashbox as well, not the primer for redness, thought. I need to use something!

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