The Best Beauty Products For Allergy-Prone Skin

Trying to find good beauty products can be hard at the best of times with trying to factor in quality, price, matching skin tones, how long the product will last etc but if you have sensitive, allergy-prone skin then I’m sure I don’t need to tell you just how much harder all of this becomes! That’s why you need to read our best beauty products for allergy-prone skin.

1. Clinique’s Moisture Surge 72-Hour Auto-Replenishing Hydrator Moisturiser

Now I know what you’re thinking straight of the bat, “aren’t Clinique’s products full of perfume?” Well normally I would agree, yes I think some of their products can be overly perfumed and cause irritation but surprisingly their Moisture Surge line is very cool and refreshing to the skin. Although a little pricey with a 50ml jar setting you back by £36, this oil-free moisturiser will leave your skin beautifully plump and dewy and can even be used on dry cuticles, elbows, and ends of hair.

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The Best Beauty Products For Allergy-Prone Skin

2. BareMinerals’ Prime Time Foundation Primer

BareMinerals is a brand we always seem to forget about but no matter how overlooked they may be, they’re always right there for us when we need them most. Prime Time Foundation Primer is the perfect primer for allergy-prone skin. A 30ml bottle will set you back by £25 but will last you forever as you only need a small pump to cover every inch of your face and contains ingredients such as Vitamin C, Vitamin E, and Vitamin B5.

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3. Tarte’s Face Tape Foundation

Tarte’s empire has boomed over the last few years and are now well established within the beauty community as a vegan, hypoallergenic brand that can be trusted. After the success with their Face Tape Concealer, Tarte launched a Face Tape foundation to go with it. Coming in 50 full-coverage shades that leave a beautiful natural matte finish, anyone with allergy-prone skin of any skin tone will be able to find their perfect shade match with this foundation.

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4. Neutrogena’s Skin Clearing Mineral Face Powder

Neutrogena are another brand that have quietly been building a hypoallergenic beauty empire with a whole sensitive skin line that focuses on allergy-prone skin and products that don’t contain any oil which as we all know can be our downfall. Their Skin Clearing Mineral face powder comes in 10 shades and will only set you back around £11. Coming in 10 shades this product is mostly focused towards paler complexions which would be it’s only let down but if you are fortunate enough to find a shade that suits you then I recommend you buy one ASAP as not only does it cover breakouts, it also helps prevent them.

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5. Almay’s One Coat Thickening Mascara

Now if there are any brands that come to mind when we think of hypoallergenic makeup, Almay have to be the first. Focusing on producing makeup specially designed for allergy-prone skin since 1931, Almay’s One Coat Thickening Mascara has been going strong for the last 20 odd years, still reigning in the good reviews. This amazing little mascara will only set you back around £10 per tube but can be quite tricky to get your paws on in the UK.

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6. Burt’s Bees’ Lip Gloss

Burt’s Bees’ are another brand that have been in the business of producing products suitable for allergy-prone skin for quite some time now and in the last few years have been expanding their brand to include makeup as well as skincare. Burt’s Bees Lip Gloss comes in 12 different shades ranging from nudes, to hot pinks, to deep sultry reds. Beautifully shiny and keeping your lips wonderfully moisturised, this lip gloss will keep your lips looking kissable and irritant-free all day long.

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The Best Beauty Products For Allergy-Prone Skin

Do you think you’ll be buying any of our recommendations for allergy-prone skin? Or maybe you have some holy grail hypoallergenic product secrets of your own… Let us know in the comments!

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