Youngblood Mineral Make-Up​

Why Minerals?

  • Non-comedogenic
  • No lead
  • No talc
  • No chemical dyes
  • No artificial colour or fragrance
  • Not tested on animals
  • No mineral oil
  • Lightreflecting properties
  • Long lasting coverage
  • Pigments derived from natural minerals from the earth

At Nicole’s beauty salon Double Bay, not only do we offer make-up services, we also sell the world renowned mineral make-up range Youngblood.

Superior quality Mineral Makeup products like YOUNGBLOOD dramatically improve the look of any complexion giving the illusion of clear, healthy blemish free skin with just a light coverage and can be applied it in seconds. Read what the experts are saying about minerals.

Why does Youngblood Mineral Makeup work so effectively?

Our Mineral makeup is formulated from elements derived from the earth’s minerals. Its super fine silk-like powder contains combinations of ingredients such as titanium dioxide, iron oxides and mica. Youngblood Mineral Makeup can probably be better defined by what is NOT included in its composition.

One of the most commonly used fillers in traditional makeup is talc – a finely powdered magnesium silicate. Traditional makeup ingredients have a long list of binders, fillers, chemical dyes, fragrances and chemical preservatives. Talc isn’t the only ingredient Youngblood mineral makeup has eliminated from its formulas.

* Our competitors include Zinc Oxide in their formulation; we chose not to, as it may be unsuitable for dry skin because of its astringent qualities. It is reported that our competitors use more mica and /or bismuth oxychloride in their foundation – which translates to more shine or luminosity. Youngblood felt that less shine may offer more versatile for women of any age. Mixing our Lunar Dust with any of our products can always increase luminosity.

 

You want to know what ingredients might be causing trouble to their skin. Skin enemy number one is perfume. It is the item that cannot only result in irritation or allergies but can also act as a photosensitiser. Perfume should only be applied where skin is not exposed to the sun; otherwise they are headed for hyper – or hypopigmentation. Signs of this kind of damage are often found in the neck area. If makeup contains perfume it can cause irritation and damage to their skin.

 

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