Jane Iredale Mineral Cosmetics was founded in 1994, this socially conscious company strives to create a product that looks good, feels good and is good for the skin. As a result, they have become one of most transparent cosmetic companies when it comes to the ingredients in their products. They have an easy to navigate website that lets customers view rather quickly details about each product they might be interested in and whether it is vegan or has gluten. All of Jane irdedale products are certified cruelty-free by PETA and Leaping Bunny.
Some of my favorite products are:
For years I have struggled to find a mineral powder that matched my skin tone correctly and didn’t irate my sensitive skin, which at the time I first received this product to review was peeling and broken out really bad which then resulted in pigmentation.
I am so happy to have had the chance to try Amazing Base Loose Mineral Powder because the color I chose matched my skin perfectly which I had started to think was virtually impossible. It covered the acne and pigmentation which can really do a number on one’s self confidence. What I like about this loose mineral foundation is it has a sheer to medium coverage is oil free and weightless. It is made from micronized minerals and free of synthetic chemicals with SPF 20 UVB/UVA. Over the course of the past few months my skin cleared up and the powder aided in improving my skin’s overall appearance by concealing the redness and diffusing the appearance of fine lines and pores. I won’t go back to using any other brand of mineral powder.
I really enjoy the colors in this collection and how long they last without smudging or caking up. If you wear contacts you know how important this really is. With that said not all of the shades are vegan, so it is important you through the options that are.
This is a great product that goes on smooth stay on your lips all day without making them feel dry. I love the colors and wear Compulsion almost everyday, my only issue is I can’t use the gloss part because is not vegan.
Courtesy Image: Jane Iredale