Because your face deserves a little extra TLC.
Suffer from allergies but still love makeup? We have good news for you! Luckily, many beauty brands out there sympathize with sensitive skin. Enter: hypoallergenic makeup, a saving grace for all sensitive skin types.
According to Dr. Jennifer Chwalek, Union Square Laser Dermatology board-certified dermatologist, while there is no regulation by the FDA or any other third party for hypoallergenic makeup, there is a baseline gentler formula most brands follow.
"Hypoallergenic is a term that is used to refer to a product (usually cosmetics) that is unlikely to cause a reaction," she says. "In general, a product is labeled hypoallergenic when it does not contain any significant fragrances, dyes, or harsh chemicals like sulfates."
And don't think you're risking quality for a mild formula! Our favorite picks have all of the pigment you need, sans the irritation. Check out our list of the 13 best hypoallergenic makeup products.
Rick Adlebaugh: Business Insider March 11, 2020 (David Choi): "A Fox News guest who visited the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), where an attendee tested positive for the coronavirus, downplayed the virus's efficacy by referring to his own nonexistent symptoms. Matt Schlapp, the husband of former White House strategic communications director Mercedes Schlapp and the chairman of the pro-Trump American Conservative Union, said he personally "never had a symptom" from the coronavirus, and brushed aside worries after at least one attendee tested positive. Schlapp's portrayal of the virus mimicked that of other Fox News opinion hosts in recent weeks. Several of these hosts, including Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham, have portrayed concerns over the virus as one that was overhyped by news organizations."