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Colorescience   — Mineral Make Up Collection

Colorescience is the brainchild of Diane Ranger, who is credited with inventing the mineral makeup concept.

Unlike traditional makeup, Colorescience products have been shown to have a positive effect on the actual condition of the skin.

The micronized minerals used are naturally anti-inflammatory and formulated to protect and correct.

Tuesday, 16 June 2009

Colorescience Founder: Diane Ranger

Colorescience Founder: Diane Ranger

Diane Ranger, founder of Colorescience, invented the mineral makeup concept and coined the term "mineral makeup" in 1977.

Diane Ranger's vision was to establish and maintain the highest level of ingredient integrity by focusing on the quality of the minerals in each formula, as well as the way in which the minerals were processed.

Colorescience products are popularly considered the standard by which all mineral makeup is judged.

Monday, 22 June 2009

Colorescience vs. Other Mineral Makeups

Colorescience vs. Other Mineral Makeups

"The beauty industry has been inundated by new mineral makeup lines.

Some mineral makeups which originally had "ingredient integrity" have changed their formulas over time to use less expensive ingredients and processes.

Mineral makeup, as originally conceived by Diane Ranger, is free of oils, talcs, alcohols, dyes, binders, fillers and the need for heavy preservation.

If consumers are not educated about mineral makeup they will not see the results expected from a original mineral makeup, or worse, they could be applying product that can cause skin problems like acne.

The majority of mineral makeups reflect poorly on the original concept of mineral makeup."

Tuesday, 16 June 2009

Level of "Ingredient Integrity" in Mineral Makeups

Tuesday, 25 August 2009

Colorescience Mineral Make-Up Benefits

Colorescience Mineral Make-Up Benefits

Fast application techniques with unique packaging.

Non-transfer finish resists rubbing off on clothes.

Highly concentrated.

Extremely silky texture.

Prolonged wear with minimal touch-up.

Very water-resistant.

Easy to blend and match.

Weightless feel, even with multiple layers.

Layering possibilities, including cream over powder.

Camouflage coverage without a "cakey" look.

SPF-rated mineral makeup offer virtually full-protection, highly photostable sun protection.

Friday, 26 August 2011

Colorescience Sunforgettable SPF 30 Formulas

Please Note: in case of broken capillaries, the preferred sunscreen is Melbourne Dermatology Broken Capillaries Sunscreen SPF 30+.

Wednesday, 20 May 2009

Colorescience All Clear Sunforgettable SPF 30 Brush

Colorescience All Clear Sunforgettable SPF 30 Brush

Colorescience All-Clear Sunforgettable Brush SPF 30 provides long lasting powder sun protection for men, women and children. The SPF 30 brush on sunscreen will not burn eyes or rub off on clothes.


Colorescience All-Clear Sunforgettable is an incredible clear, weightless powder that provides long-lasting SPF 30 sun protection.

This brush-on mineral formula is free of dyes, chemicals, colorants and odors, making it ideal for anyone and everyone — men, women, children, even people with rosacea or eczema!

Colorescience All-Clear Sunforgettable will keep your skin cool and can even be applied and be effective on skin already reddened by the sun.

It is effective after skin peels, laser resurfacing and most surgical procedures.

Colorescience Sunforgettable will not burn your eyes, rub off on your clothes or come off in water.

Sunforgettable has received the FDA seal of approval and the Seal of Recommendation from the Skin Cancer Foundation of America.

Friday, 26 August 2011

Colorescience All Clear Sunforgettable Refill SPF 30

Colorescience All Clear Sunforgettable Refill SPF 30

Colorescience All-Clear Sunforgettable provides long lasting powder sun protection for men, women and children. The SPF 30 brush on sunscreen will not burn eyes or rub off on clothes.


This refill tube is designed to refill your Colorescience All-Clear Sunforgettable Brush.

Please Note: in case of broken capillaries, the preferred sunscreen is Melbourne Dermatology Broken Capillaries Sunscreen SPF 30+.

Friday, 26 August 2011

Colorescience Almost Clear Sunforgettable SPF 30

Colorescience Almost Clear Sunforgettable SPF 30

Colorescience Almost Clear Sunforgettable — color, coverage and SPF with one brushstroke.

Colorescience Almost Clear Sunforgettable is a barely-tinted weightless sunscreen powder free of dyes, chemicals, artificial colorants and odours, making it ideal for anyone and everyone — men, women, children, even people with rosacea or eczema.


This powder will keep your skin cool and can even be applied and be effective on skin already reddened by the sun.

It is effective after skin peels, laser resurfacing and most surgical procedures. It will not burn your eyes, rub off on your clothes or come off in water.

Colorescience Almost Clear Sunforgettable formulas have received the FDA seal of approval and the Seal of Recommendation from the Skin Cancer Foundation of America.

Please Note: in case of broken capillaries, the preferred sunscreen is Melbourne Dermatology Broken Capillaries Sunscreen SPF 30+.

Friday, 26 August 2011

Colorescience Rock and Roller Ball SPF 30

Colorescience Rock and Roller Ball SPF 30

Colorescience Sunforgettable Rock and Roller Ball SPF 30: a very water resistant roller ball sunscreen which can be used by men, women and children for applying invisible mineral powder sunblock.


Colorescience brings you a sunscreen innovation with their effective Sunforgettable Rock and Roller Ball roll-on powder.

This fragrance-free mineral powder is a safe, natural and effective alternative to greasy lotions and sprays.

Colorescience Sunforgettable Rock and Roller Ball's lightweight powder is highly water-resistant, non-staining and gentle on skin while providing long-lasting, broad spectrum, SPF 30 protection.

The convenient, roll-on design makes all-over application easy and quick.

Please Note: in case of broken capillaries, the preferred sunscreen is Melbourne Dermatology Broken Capillaries Sunscreen SPF 30+.

Friday, 26 August 2011

Colorescience Kissed By The Sun Bronzer SPF 20 Brush

Colorescience Kissed By The Sun Bronzer SPF 20 Brush

Colorescience Kissed By The Sun Bronzer SPF 20 brings you bronzing color, coverage and SPF with one brushstroke.


Colorescience Kissed by The Sun Bronzer provides an instant bronzing effect, giving your skin a sun-kissed glow without the sun.

This mineral bronzer is perfect for outdoor use with natural SPF 20 and high water resistance.

Please Note: in case of broken capillaries, the preferred sunscreen is Melbourne Dermatology Broken Capillaries Sunscreen SPF 30+.

Wednesday, 20 May 2009

Colorescience Eyes Wide Open

Colorescience Eyes Wide Open

Colorescience Eyes Wide Open brightens and moisturizes the under-eye area with an easy-to-use wand applicator.


Colorescience Eyes Wide Open is a fantastic eye lift serum, reducing puffiness in just 20 seconds.

With an azulene base, this creamy baby blue under-eye treatment revitalizes the eye area, creating a softer, smoother, more youthful appearance.

For an especially problem eye area, use in conjunction with Colorescience Crystalescience Eye Serums and/or one of the Colorescience Concealers.

Wednesday, 20 May 2009

Colorescience My Favorite Eyes Creme

Colorescience My Favorite Eyes Creme

Colorescience My Favorite Eyes Cream Wand eliminates dark circles under the eye with a flick of the wrist.


Colorescience My Favorite Eyes Creme is a rejuvenating eye creme wand that moisturizes the skin around eyes, eliminating puffiness and dark circles that can add years to the eye.

Formulated with Beta Carotene to cover up dark circles and vitamin K to prevent dark circles from reappearing, Colorescience My Favorite Eyes creates a smooth, uniform look that is truly eye catching.

The new peptide-rich formula provides even more protection against environmental aggressors.

Friday, 26 August 2011

Colorescience Line Tamer SPF 20

Colorescience Line Tamer SPF 20

Colorescience Line Tamer with SPF 20 is a skin primer which makes lines smoother, pores look smaller and skin brighter, hydrated and nourished.


Colorescience Line Tamer could be your new secret weapon against aging.

This creamy primer color smoothes lines, shrinks pores and brightens skin.

Colorescience Line Tamer even provides an SPF of 20 to protect the skin from sun damage.

Works especially well on rosacea and on hands where aging is most noticeable.

Colorescience Line Tamer contains antioxidants from green tea, lavender and tangerine extracts to help protect from free radical damage and soothe the skin.

Please Note: in case of broken capillaries, the preferred sunscreen is Melbourne Dermatology Broken Capillaries Sunscreen SPF 30+.

Wednesday, 20 May 2009

Colorescience Wild To Mild

Colorescience Wild To Mild

Colorescience Mild to Wild "Smoothing, Soothing Skin Bronzer" relieves irritations, reduces wrinkles and gives the skin a golden glow.


Colorescience Wild to Mild Skin Bronzer evens out the color of the skin and protects skin from sun damage with zinc and titanium dioxide.

This creamy primer has a skin-bronzing golden-brown coloration that helps the skin look tanned, not burned, after sun and wind exposure or skin care treatments.

Organosilicons refine the texture of the skin, allowing actives to work well without clogging pores.

Patented rice peptides soothe burned skin and prevent the breakdown of collagen.

Blue algae extract, Beta carotene and vitamin E nourish the skin while glycerine provides essential hydration.

Wednesday, 20 May 2009

Colorescience Metro Menerals Skin Soother & Smoother for Men

Colorescience Metro Menerals Skin Soother & Smoother for Men

Colorescience Metro Menerals Skin Soother & Smoother: Soothes, smoothes, tones and colours men's skin in need.


Colorescience Metro Menerals Skin Soother & Smoother gives men an alternative to traditional aftershaves, and a versatile one at that.

This one cream soothes skin irritated by shaving or excess sun exposure, covers up blemishes and razor burn, moisturizes and enhances the skin's natural tone.

Natural ingredients, including mineral pigments, make Colorescience Metro Menerals Skin Soother & Smoother an ideal product for those out in the sun, as it has no adverse reactions and the minerals provide UVA and UVB sun protection.

Tuesday, 13 October 2009

Colorescience Brush Cleaner

Colorescience Brush Cleaner

Colorescience Brush Cleaner is a gentle spray for cleansing makeup brushes with natural ingredients.


Brushes should be cleaned regularly to help prevent build-up of bacteria and makeup residue.

Clean brushes not only feel better on the skin, they help keep your skin healthy and beautiful.

This quick-drying pharmaceutical-grade aromatherapy brush cleaner is formulated with citrus and tea tree essential oils, alcohol and hydrogen peroxide to help clean purify all your makeup brushes.

Tuesday, 19 May 2009

Colorescience Powder Brush Foundations

Friday, 24 July 2009

Colorescience F.A.C.E. Liquid Foundations

Colorescience F.A.C.E. Liquid Foundations contain Ceramide 3.

Wednesday, 20 May 2009

Colorescience Lip Candy Glazes

Sheer, alive with shine and as light as a whisper on the lips, this new collection of Colorescience Lip Colores stays fresh and bright for hours.

Worn alone, they provide sheer, sexy colore.

On top of lip polish, they add depth and shine.

However they're worn, Colorescience Luxury Lip Glazes are a mouthful of temptation, highlighted by the intense fragrance of luscious chocolate mint.

According to Diane Ranger, founder and owner of Colorescience mineral makeup:

“Luxury Lip Glazes are a beautiful way to get the kind of long-lasting lip colore that glosses simply can't provide. They're formulated to feel cool and fresh without stickiness, and the Triple Chocolate Extract is the genuine article, not a flavoring or fragrance. It's like enjoying dessert all day long.”

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