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Mineral Makeup: Better for Skin Health

Mineral Makeup: Better for Skin Health
You want to take care of your skin, but you don't want to sacrifice your makeup routine.

Mineral makeup may be a good option for you.

Traditional makeup is 70-90% talc. Talc is a mineral, but it mimics the chemical composition of asbestos when ground. Traditional makeup also contains lots of fillers so there's more product than pigment. It can go bad and needs frequent replacement.

Mineral makeup is made of pure pigment. The rocks used to create the pigment don't rot. It also contains titanium and zinc oxide. These ingredients are anti-inflammatory, anti-acneic and provide a natural SPF.

Listen in as Tricia Campbell of Jane Iredale Cosmetics shares how mineral makeup is kinder to your skin.
Featured Speaker:
Tricia Campbell, Jane Iredale Cosmetics
Tricia CampbellTricia Campbell is Director of Education at Jane Iredale Cosmetics, where she is responsible for overseeing the company‚Äôs education efforts worldwide. In this role, Ms. Campbell works closely on product development with the founder, Jane Iredale, to ensure the products meet professional standards. She leads the strategy for the design, development, and implementation of all education programs; this includes creating curriculum and support materials for Jane Iredale University, as well as for the domestic and global sales and education teams. Further, Ms. Campbell is responsible for leading and managing the Global Education team to ensure that Jane Iredale education remains best in class. Prior to joining Jane Iredale in 2006, Ms. Campbell worked at Paul Mitchell Academy in Dallas, Texas as an Esthetics Instructor where her focus was developing and mentoring future estheticians. She has been in the industry for 23 years. Ms. Campbell is a licensed esthetician and esthetic instructor. She has trained with some of the industry top artists such as Bobbi Brown, Laura Mercier, Orlando Santiago and Esterique Aidain, and is skilled in all aspects of makeup application.