Friday, February 15, 2013

Review: DHC Medicated Acne Care Concealer

DHC Medicated Acne Care Concealer (10g)
Conceals, smoothens and resists sebum.
Description: A long-lasting concealer that covers acne marks and skin discoloration. Contains 'Fix Polymer' that is strongly resistant to skin oil, forming a thin, snug-fitting veil that adheres to the skin.
No fragrance. No preservatives.

Comes in 2 shades - 01 Natural Ocher and 02 Natural Beige??? (?)
PS: I can't remember the name of the shade in 02.

Claims to do:
- Conceals pimples, acne scars and pigmentation
- Even out roughness
- Resists sweat and stays put
- Primes the skin for long-lasting makeup application

Ingredients list

Tested on my arm. XD
FYI, I do get zits on my arm because I always rest my arm on the table lol.
By the way, I only applied the concealer on the spot without applying any other make-up products under or above it.

Likes:
- specially for acne prone skin .aka. troubled skin
- contains SPF
- not greasy
- a little goes a long way
- does not break me out
- does conceals pimples, acne scars and pigmentation(light to medium coverage)
- does not aggravate pimples
- matte finish
- sweat-resistant .aka. sweat-proof
- easy to blend
- pretty long-lasting for me :)

Dislikes:
- there's nothing I dislike about...

I have been using this concealer for 3-4 years now and I'm still loving this concealer. I tried to change to other brands' concealer in between the years and ended up I always coming back to this. Nothing beats this concealer. :) What I like about this concealer are listed above so do refer to the 'Likes' section~

It gives a light to medium coverage. It does not cover and hide all the acne marks perfectly. I mean it does cover light pinkish, brownish color marks perfectly but it does not works well for a darker reddish, brownish acne marks. After all, it only has a light to medium coverage, not full coverage. That's my opinion...because it does not cover my dark reddish, brownish acne marks perfectly or maybe... I just don't have the skill to blend it well? lol. Anyway, if you're looking for a light to medium coverage concealer for acne prone skin, this is it! :D

6 comments:

  1. hmm.. sounds very interesting=D have u ever tried the neutrogena concealers that help with pimples? my friend said that it works for her=D
    also, I've decided to keep up with your blog and I hope that you will follow me at allthingsobtainable.blogspot.com
    p.s. how do you apply it with a brush or your fingers? and does this contain talc or mica in it?

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    1. Thanks for keeping up with my blog. :D

      Neutrogena concealers? nope, I don't think it's available in my country...

      I prefer to use my fingers. I find it easier to blend with fingertips rather than using a concealer brush.

      I just uploaded a picture of the ingredients list.
      Hope that would help you. :)

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  2. Hand-washing is an easy manner to prevent from infection. Since you touch people, surfaces and objects throughout the day, accumulate you germinate on your hands. The same time you touch your face, the batteries and germs become able to reach your face’s skin and to make skin infections and acne. Although it’s impossible to keep your hands sterile, washing your hands can frequently help limit the transfer of bacteria, viruses and other microbes.

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