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Reddness/Jarne Ireland/Estee Lauder

Posted by ponderinstuff (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 11, 03 at 11:33

I recently started using the Jane Ireland and like it very much to cover the red when it's really bad, but I don't like that it shows all my pores when I put on thick enough to cover the red. I was looking for an alternative when I'm not REALLY red.

A gal at the Estee Lauder counter also had rosacea, and she told me about a product called So Ingenious. I tried it and I love it. It makes my 44 year old skin look great. She suggested putting a concealer on the red areas (I use Jane Ireland #2) and am then applying Almond Beige over it with a brush using downward strokes per her suggestion. I have pink undertones and fair skin, this color works great for me. It is warm, but not too warm.

I have used all the Estee Lauder foundations at one time or another. They just weren't covering my reddness, so I gave up. However, this is product is working great for me and it feels really nice on. I'm not sure on youthful skin, but if you have mature skin you might want to give it a try.

Just wanted to pass along a new find that might help someone else.

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RE: Reddness/Jarne Ireland/Estee Lauder

I have Rosacea, and would like to try the Jane Ireland product. Where do you find it?


RE: Reddness/Jarne Ireland/Estee Lauder

Here is a couple links. One will give you the names of places in your area that sell it. The other is to order. Iredale.htm

There are other places but these people got back to me with questions I had.

RE: Reddness/Jarne Ireland/Estee Lauder

Thank you! One of the places that sells this is my fav spa to get a manicure!

Oh, and I decided to try the EL foundation, and you are right--it looks wonderful, and it stays on!

Thanks for the tips! :)

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