Jane Iredale - The Skin Care Make Up

Behold the Power of 3!

By on January 29, 2012, in Beauty Knowledge Center, Cosmetics, Skincare, Soft Surroundings

Jane Iredale - The Skin Care Make Up

With our lives as hectic as they are these days, there’s something to be said for beauty solutions that cut down on time and effort. Which is why we absolutely adore Jane Iredale’s Power of 3 system. Using just three simple tools, you can achieve the flawless complexion you always dreamed of having.

Jane Iredale Pure Pressed Mineral FoundationStart with her all-natural mineral foundation. It multitasks as a foundation, powder, concealer and sunscreen in one—helping you to eliminate even more steps from your morning makeup routine! Not only does this foundation feel totally weightless on the skin, it also has light-diffusing properties, which give your complexion that gorgeous “lit from within” glow. And unlike many popular mineral makeups on the market these days, this powder—like all Jane Iredale cosmetics—is formulated with only “good for you” ingredients, meaning you’ll find no oils, talcs, parabens, dyes or chemical additives.

Jane Iredale Handi BrushThe second piece in the Power of 3 trio is Iredale’s best-selling Handi™ Brush. This is a tool no makeup kit should be without, and the minute you try it you’ll see why. The soft, flat bristles of hand-tied goat hairs pick up just the right amount of powder foundation, distributing it simply and evenly for a flawless finish. This versatile brush can also be used for everything from blush and shimmers to bronzer.

Once you’ve applied the powder, move on to the final step in the process—theJane Iredale D20 Hydration Spray D20 Hydration Spray. Made with Seaweed Extracts and Ylang Ylang to balance the skin, this ultra-hydrating facial spray instantly sets the mineral foundation while reducing the appearance of pores and fine lines. One spritz and your skin is left plump, supple and fabulously fresh. In addition to setting your makeup, you can also spray it on throughout the day whenever your skin needs a hydrating pick-me-up. It’s especially great in dry climates or airplanes, and is a much better alternative than spraying spring water on the face. (Why? Because most spring waters contain chalk, which lives a white film on the skin’s surface.)

So there you have it…  three steps to a flawless face. If only everything in life were this simple!

Jane Iredale

Jane Iredale - The Power of 3

 The Power of 3 System
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  • Soft Surroundings

    L. Simone,

    Thank you for your comments and sharing your testimony about Jane Iredale’s cosmetics. We are happy to hear the makeup line worked so well for you! We hope our customers who are new to Jane Iredale will have the same experience. We are very excited to be carrying this line, as it’s typically only offered in doctors’ offices.

    Thank you again.

    Soft Surroundings

  • L. Simone

    I began using Jane Iredale makeup about 12 years ago. Before that it was hit and miss with many different cleansers, foundations, and powders. I am extremely sensitive to chemicals, colors, and fragrances. A dermatologist I eventually went to for help, because I felt as an adult woman I shouldn’t be fighting acne, redness, combination dry/ oily skin, had me try Jane Iredale makeup. My skin automatically began to heal, and look beautiful at the same time. I also like the protection from sun damage. I lived in Mexico for 4 years, and now live in Southern California. I have not had one sunburn on my face and neck. Thank you for all you do– L. Simone Johnson

  • Soft Surroundings

    Bertha,

    Thank you for your information – we will add you to our catalog mailing list. You can also request a catalog through this page on our website: http://www.softsurroundings.com/catalog_request.php.

    Soft Surroundings

  • Bertha

    I use to get a catalog, and have made purchases from them, but haven’t received one in a while. I prefer ordering from a catalog rather than online.

    Address:
    Bertha Weigler
    10700 Plumewood Dr
    Austin, Tx. 78750

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