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Old 09-02-2003, 01:21 PM   #1
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Post Whats a good blemish concealer for men?

I have some red spots left after pimples cysts, is there any stuff i can use to maybe conceal them a little bit?

 
Old 09-03-2003, 07:15 AM   #2
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Hmm, I think you should try a tinted moisturizer. If you go for the all out concealer people might see it, and doesn't sound like you need a whole lot of coverage. Also, concealer tends to clog your pores alot and cause you to break out even more. A tinited moisturizer would be perfect! Good Luck!

 
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Old 09-03-2003, 08:36 AM   #3
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Thanks for responding back,
Do you know which companies make the tinted moisturizer.
Will it help conceal them up or is it a waste to try? It wont make me break out ?


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Old 09-03-2003, 01:15 PM   #4
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Neutrogena makes a tinted moisturizer called:

Neutrogena Daily Defense SPF 30 Moisturizer
It comes in a light and medium tint.

It is non-comedogenic, hypo-allergenic, fragrance-free and non-irritating.

I use it here and there and have no complaints what so ever. I like the product.

Good luck - hope this helps.

A tinted moisturizer, more than likely, will not provide good coverage - you should try a cover stick such as Neutrogena their make up is non comedogenic and won't clog pores (or so they say) .. try it at home and see how it feels and looks.

I use their concealers and they don't irritate my skin. Just thought I'd offer you some more advice.

 
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Also I am currently using REGENERIST from Oil of Olay. This has helped lighten up red marks left behind by pimples. I had a huge cyst like pimple under the skin and I used the regenerist the whole weekend and it's not even visible anymore.

You can try that too. There is a post on REGERIST .. people are raving about it.

 
Old 09-04-2003, 06:34 AM   #6
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I really wouldn't try any of the cover sticks! No matter what they said on the container they always made me break out, plus they were abit more noticeable. Although, it might be just because I have sensitive skin. Good Luck!

 
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I also have sensitive skin so i have to be careful with what i put on my skin.

REGERIST? Ill have to do a search on it but in case i dont find answers to these questions, ill ask you.

Do I need a perscription for it, if not where can i get it, how much?

I have a few red spots on the left side of my face and a few on my temple will this regerist help get rid of it ?

 
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I don't believe that you need a prescription for Regenerist. IF you need a concealer, I would recommend Maybelline Sticks. They come in a wide range of colors, I have oily skin and they still do not break me out. They are readily available in Wal-Mart or in drugstores.

 
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