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Old 03-09-2010, 12:25 PM   #1
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Coverup ideas for Lupus Mylar Rash

Has anyone found anything that covers this red rash. I "never" go outside & still my rash is bright red.

Thanks for any suggestions.

 
Old 03-09-2010, 06:33 PM   #2
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Re: Coverup ideas for Lupus Mylar Rash

I use Bare Essentials concealer. It works for me.

 
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Old 03-10-2010, 11:46 AM   #3
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Re: Coverup ideas for Lupus Mylar Rash

I second the use of Bare Essentials. It has done a great job for me. I have hereditary dark circles under my eyes and a red spot across my nose as well as age spots and the spider like capillaries on my face. I used to tan and it would fade, but now that I have sun sensitivity, I have to stay inside and rely on artificial color for the cheeks. I like that it contains a sunscreen, is all natural product and is hypoallergenic. All things important for those with Lupus to consider.

 
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Re: Coverup ideas for Lupus Mylar Rash

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I second the use of Bare Essentials. It has done a great job for me. I have hereditary dark circles under my eyes and a red spot across my nose as well as age spots and the spider like capillaries on my face. I used to tan and it would fade, but now that I have sun sensitivity, I have to stay inside and rely on artificial color for the cheeks. I like that it contains a sunscreen, is all natural product and is hypoallergenic. All things important for those with Lupus to consider.
I've been searching for a place online to purchase the concealer, and since I don't know what "color" to get, curious where you bought yours. We don't have a place locally. And does the concealer come in different colors or ??

And does it come "loose" or solid?

Thanks.................caroleye

 
Old 03-10-2010, 05:25 PM   #5
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Re: Coverup ideas for Lupus Mylar Rash

I buy BE. I think the concealer is called Bisque... and I think it only comes in 1 color. It is loose and comes with a brush.

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Old 03-10-2010, 05:32 PM   #6
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Re: Coverup ideas for Lupus Mylar Rash

Same here, but I do know it is offered at a web drugstore site also that does have specials from time to time. I use what is called well-rested. It is a concealer and it is powder form and you apply with a brush. I also find their brand of base and a finishing product called mineral veil that tops off the look and gives you a professional look. I have been very pleased with my purchase of these products. BTW, I bought my first BE in a kit offered on QVC and I just add to my collection slowly. I also like the fact that this makeup line is timeless. I am in my late 50's and I have also bought for my daughter who is in her 30's and it looks great on everyone.

 
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