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Tips and Pointers for using tarte's Micronized Amazonian Clay Skin Balancing Powder

June 20, 2010



So reading through various reviews on my new beloved powder, I started noticing a trend. No one seems to know how to use it.
SO heres a couple of pointers:

*A little goes a long way. And if you look like your ghostly or got hit with a bag of floor, when your done, you’ve used to much. It blends very well.

*I keep hearing people say, “It doesn’t come out theres only 1 little hole.” In their defense as some have stated the picture on QVC does make it look as though it has a sifter jar, like bare escentuals has. Which if you now own this, it does not. I’m not sure why it looks as though it has multiple hole openings, but theres just one right in the center. Please let me tell you. This, is a good thing. As per tarte’s website, All you need to do is push down in the center next to the hole and it will come out like a little volcano. Think of how much powder you won’t be wasting..

PLUS!!

DID you KNOW??
tarte’s Micronized Amazonian Clay Skin Balancing has something called PM20 Technology.

What is this you might ask?
PM20 is tarte’s proprietary pore minimizing molecular compound. It is clinically proven to reduce the number and size of pores by 20% after 4 weeks.

Pretty awesome if you ask me.
This powder is simply amazing if you ask me. And here’s why.

How does this work for everyone?

Oily skin: removes surface oil to mattify skin
Dry skin: hydrates skin reducing the appearance of dryness and flakiness
For problem/redness/acne skin: helps correct and balance
Dull skin: improves the appearance of skin clarity and texture
All skin: Gives skin an overall smooth and even appearance

You gotta try it!

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