I was always basic, but after years struggling with Perioral Dermatitis, natural makeup looks were the only looks I was after.

Perioral Dermatitis (PD) is its own kind of beast. And by that, what I mean is that not only is it extremely hard to get rid of, but if you have it for any length of time, the scars it leaves are also hard to get rid of.

PD both hurts and itches. And it’s, obviously, super embarrassing. It does nothing for the confidence levels. And yeah, even though I went out in the world, brazen, while going through the thick of it.

Anyways, if you want to see my full journey with PD, you can read it HERE

Today, my face is as clear as it has ever been and is likely ever going to get.

But I had to work super, duper hard at it.

First to heal the PD and today to keep it away.

So one thing I’m adamant about is always keeping natural makeup looks both for never overwhelming my skin and to cover up any lasting scars.

Natural Makeup Looks {After Perioral Dermatitis}

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And this is exactly what it looks like.

Here is one natural makeup look after Perioral Dermatitis that you can try today.

And yes, I even added some closed captioning for more context. You’re welcome.

10 Natural Makeup Looks Products Used in the Video

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This is a full list of all the products I use in the video and also use on a daily basis. 

Note: I am going to try trading in number 1 and number 2 for one product, the Skin Twin Featherweight Foundation, soon. 

  1. Tint Skin Foundation
  2. Dew Skin Tinted Moisturizer (with SPF)
  3. Touchup Skin Concealer Pen
  4. Radiant All Over Bronzer
  5. Satin Powder Blush
  6. Color Outline Eye Pencil
  7. Brilliant Brow Gel
  8. Mattifying Powder
  9. Lip Gloss
  10. Volumizing Mascara

Toxic Makeup and Perioral Dermatitis

First and foremost, less is always more. If you are in an active PD flare, then maybe skip makeup altogether. I usually did.

However, I also realize that that is not realistic for the majority. 

So, then my next best piece of advice is to abide by The Never List. If you can do this, you’re already leaps and bounds ahead of most. I have made it super simple, too. Just print THIS, cut them out and keep them near you wherever you go (house, purse, car, etc.)

The skin is the largest organ so whatever toxic makeup you use, know that it is being absorbed into your blood stream.  

You do not want this if you have PD now or have ever had it.

And yet, toxic makeup is everywhere. 

It’s killing your healing progress (both the PD and your gut).

According to the Environmental Working Group (EWG), 

Since 2009, 595 cosmetics manufacturers have reported using 88 chemicals, in more than 73,000 products, that have been linked to cancer, birth defects or reproductive harm.

If you’re in the United States, this is because there are hardly any regulations around personal care products.

Nations with regulations targeting personal care products Toxic Makeup and Perioral Dermatitis agutsygirl.com #ewg #skincare #guthealth #makeup #toxicmakeup

Which is why I used Beautycounter in the video from above. 

Because just check this out.

Yes, the company actively works with Congress to get laws made so we can all indulge in beauty in a far safer way.

But even if you don’t want to use Beautycounter, that’s okay. Honestly, you don’t have to. I have a whole tab on the Master Gutsy Spreadsheet for Makeup, Skincare, and Personal Care recommendations.

No matter what, consider natural makeup looks every single chance you get.

Your gut and face will thank you.


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