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Rimmel Clear Complexion Powder // Transparent 21

Rimmel Clear Complexion Powder

Other than hitting pan, when your powder comes out in one big clump, that’s a great indicator that you need a new one.

I had my old faithful Bourjois Eclat Mineral for about a year. I decided to replace it with a new product and I was looking specifically of a product with ingredients to help fight against break outs.

I’m a 28 year old with the skin of a hormonal adolescent.

Rimmel Clear Complexion Powder

The back of the Rimmel Clear Complexion powder reads:

Pure and shine-free finish for up to 5 hours. Clarifies skin thanks to PureSkin complex known to minimize skin breakouts. Controls shine and mattifies skin.

You can use it with or without a foundation, it’s very lightweight and provides a way to lighten red areas and give an even coverage. It’s great at preventing your skin from looking oily.

I would say that this is much better at keeping your skin matte than covering blemishes.

At £3.99, you can’t expect miracles but it’s a nice little every day powder that does what it says on the tin.

Rimmel Clear Complexion Powder

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