Hope you don't mind me joining in
I am allergic to blue eyeshadow as it has cobalt in it.
Post Edited By Moderator (Admin) : 7/8/2007 7:25:41 PM (GMT-6)
Regarding make up, sometimes it can be the combination of the different chemicals in the make ups you are applying or using for cleansers that causes the reaction.
If your skin is sensitive I would use as little make up as possible.
Just my 2 cents.
Post Edited (Shania15) : 7/9/2007 1:28:53 AM (GMT-6)
I am allergic to liquid's on my face. I am a pale person and would like to get color. i am annyed of puttin powder on. i have tryed foundation but my eyes puffed up. Has anyone got any Suggestsions for what i should buy and use thank-you who reply :)
Hi Kellie...I feel for you. Only another woman knows how important good cosmetics are. I know what cosmetic allergies are all about. My latest incident was with a new lip moisturizing balm. After using it one time I woke up the next morning with my lips bright red and three times their normal size! Had to get a Cortisone shot in the butt!
Who knows if your allergy is to the makeup or the pads. I would not use either one in the future. I use Ponds facial cleaning/moisturizing pads and both Adrianne Arpel's cream and natural mineral powder foundations and blushes. I have had NO allergic reaction to either and they are both excellent products. I glad I have found good quality products I'm not allergic to.
The Adrianne Arpel products (Signature Club A) are expensive on T.V., but I buy the brand new, sealed products on e-Bay for far less. I would highly recommend you try these products, and no I don't work for her company!! I get the Pond's cleaning pads at Wal*Mart.
If you happen to be allergic to aspirin as I am, do not ever use any creams or lotions with saliciates in them. They will cause hives in allergic people. Good luck with it.