My biggest insecurity is probably my rosacea.
From a young age, my face has always been way redder than most people’s, my skin blotchy, my complexion weird. As I’ve grown older, I’ve struggled to find special gels to help with rosacea or make up to cover it up. I have gone broke buying “redness elimination” foundations. These things rarely work, wear off easily, and do very little to keep me from my embarrassment. And I’m sick of it.
Rosacea is actually way more common than you would think—it affects an estimated 16 million Americans, most of those women. Of those who suffer from it, 82% use makeup and other cosmetics to hide their redness and symptoms.
It’s exhausting. These so-called “solutions” aren’t helping to heal or solve my rosacea, they’re just a temporary cover-up. Often they make it worse.
Created by Galderma Laboratories, L.P. , Mirvaso is a gel specifically created to target facial redness associated with rosacea, and wipe it out. It’s not a way to cover up your problems—it’s a way to start the healing practice, so you are no longer a slave to your makeup.
Mirvaso is all about letting your natural beauty shine through. Break up with your makeup! Be proud, don’t hide behind overly expensive potions. Invest in something to truly heal your skin, and embrace your natural beauty. And as if feeling confident and rosacea-free wasn’t enough, Mirvaso is sponsoring a chance to win tickets to this year’s Emmy Awards Show! You can get more info on how to apply here.www.fda.gov/medwatch or call 1-800-FDA-1088.
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.
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