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Jane Iredale: The Skincare Makeup

Jane Iredale: The Skincare Makeup

Did you know that Perfection is a Jane Iredale stockist? I am sure for those of you who have a keen interest in the beauty industry you may have heard the name Jane Iredale, for those of you who haven’t, this article will tell you all about this incredible brand and why you should introduce Jane Iredale to your make up routine!

Jane Iredale was inspired to develop a make up range that was kind to the skin from her career in the entertainment industry where she worked in film and theatre. Working alongside the worlds best make up artists, Jane saw first hand the struggles actresses and models faced with their skin and the ill effects of the make up they we’re having to wear. In 1994 Jane launched her skin care make up and today the brand distributes the professional range to over 50 countries worldwide, using the highest grade minerals, giving confidence and flawless skin to all its followers. The make up range was created to enhance natural beauty and provides the most incredible mineral bases, blushers, bronzers, brow and colour products that are dermatologist tested, non irritating tested, allergy tested and hypoallergenic.

I am sure you will have heard of ‘mineral makeup’ and how it is a kinder choice for our skin than cosmetic makeup, but did you know that not all mineral makeup has the same quality minerals? In fact, a product only has to have 3% mineral content to be called mineral and many of the big brands that we all know pack their products with talc (yes, that counts as a mineral!) and other known irritants such as bismuth oxychloride.

So why is Jane Iredale different? Jane Iredale is unique for many reasons, one of the most important being the quality of the product. Jane Iredale uses only the highest quality ingredients and high grade minerals such as boron nitride, dimethicone, titanium dioxide and zinc oxide… absolutely no talc! This results in excellent durability of product, beautiful texture and coverage with skin care benefits.

The benefits of Jane Iredale make up are endless and will appeal to everyone, from the make up obsessed to those who rarely wear make up at all! All Jane Iredale mineral bases provide four benefits; foundation, concealer, sunscreen and skin care benefits all in one, and provide brilliantly customisable coverage. The foundations contain broad spectrum SPF protection that will protect you against UVA (these are the rays that age the skin!) and UVB (the rays that burn the skin). Best of all? Not only are you protected, this protection is a chemical free sunscreen.

So we have touched upon a few reasons why Jane Iredale will provide you with the best ingredients, coverage and care, but what about problematic skin, what can the brand do for you?

All Jane Iredale make up is oil free and non comedogenic (A term I always look for when looking for skincare or makeup!), this means that a product has been formulated to avoid causing blocked pores. The products also contain anti inflammatory ingredients such as zinc oxide and vitamin c which are known for their calming and soothing properties, this is an amazing benefit to not only those with problematic skins such as rosacea or eczema, but also for those with even the most minor of skincare concerns. As there are no chemicals, dyes, perfumes, sensitisers or irritants in any of the range, there is minimum allergy risk when using the product.

As you can see, there are so many reasons why Jane Iredale is the perfect choice for everyone, regardless of make up preferences and skin concerns. Whether you are a bride to be and want beautiful, long lasting makeup for your special day or you would simply like to refresh your make up routine and learn some essential tips and tricks, then Perfection’s trained Jane Iredale therapists can help! Next time you are in the salon why not ask your therapist for a complimentary colour match?

Sarah x

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