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August 19, 2022 2 min read

There are many different types of concealers on the market today. How do you know which one is right for you?


When choosing a concealer, the most important thing to consider is whether you need something covering dark circles under your eyes, blemishes, redness, or other skin imperfections.


A Good Match For Your Skin Tone.

Choose a light shade with a matte finish if you have fair skin. This concealer will help even out your complexion and make your skin appear more radiant.

Choose a medium shade with a satin finish if you have darker skin tones. This product will give you a natural-looking glow without making your skin look too shiny.



At RJ’S Creations, we have our Concealer Bb Cream For Dark Spots , which evens out any dark spots or uneven skin,The Natural Color is for Darker skin tones, and the Ivory Color is for finer and light skin tones.Useconcealer before foundation application to give the skin a glossy after-effect.




Now that the concealer part is covered, let's look at healthy skin because it's a common fact that it is best first to take care of our skin before we use any type of makeup.


We have pending skin conditions like rashes, acne and pimples, but not to worry, as there is always a solution for everything under the sun.


Home Remedies for Skin Rashes


There are many home remedies for skin rashes. Find out what works best for you!


Skin rashes are usually caused by an allergic reaction to something in the environment. Some people experience skin rashes when they come into contact with certain chemicals, while others develop rashes after exposure to specific allergens.


Aloe Vera

Aloe vera has been a natural remedy for centuries, and it contains anti-inflammatory properties that help relieve itching and irritation. You can use aloe vera gel directly on the affected area or apply it topically using a cotton ball soaked in aloe vera juice.Have a look at this article on how to treat skin rashes.

Pimples and Acne

My second born has acne breakouts now and then, but it's getting better now that she is moving past the teenage zone for some people, this can last a lifetime, but luckily only a lack of information can keep us from finding solutions to our problemsread this very insightful article on how to treat acne or pimples

Reinette Joensson
Reinette Joensson

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