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The One Drugstore Concealer You Should Start Using, According To A Dermatologist

October 31, 2017 by Leah Carton
shefinds | beauty

Concealer is definitely a staple in everyone's makeup bag, whether you're trying to cover up dark spots or disguise a pesky pimple. And while conceler helps you to get a flawless makeup look, you don't have to spend a ton of money to create clear smooth skin. Even more so, there are some makeup protects that skin experts actually recommend. Read on to find out the one drugstore concealer you should use, according to a dermatologist. 

 

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Almay Clear Complexion Concealer

Your answer? The Almay Clear Complex Concealer. Its formula covers, clears, cleans, calms and controls irritable skin. It also contains mineral complex to absorb oil, and ingredients like aloe and chamomile to both calm skin and reduce redness. The best part is that it's doctor tested so you know the product that you're putting on your face is completely safe for your skin. 

 

Target Almay Clear Complexion Concealer ($7.89)

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The concealer is even so good that it has received a 5-star rating on Target's website. While it could be use on many skin types, it really helps to target and clear acne-prone skin while it covers any blemishes. It's also noncomedogenic and oil-free so it won't clog your pores, which would leave you with even more blemishes to worry about. 

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Luckily, many dermatologists have offered their best tips for how to get glowing skin without even having to use makeup products.

 

Dermatologist Whitney Bowe tells Allure that she swears by double washing her face for clear skin. She recommends washing your face with an oil-based cleanser first then followed by a water-based one. Why? It preserves collagen so you can preserve youthful skin! 

woman applying concealer

We've got the scoop on the best drugstore products you need to shop right now. For more, make sure to check out the one drugstore product you should stop using for your hair, skin, and nails, and four ways to unclog your pores at home, according to a dermatologist. 

Author:

Leah Carton was a superstar intern for SheFinds, covering fashion, beauty & more.

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