Recently in the world of makeup, more and more brands have come out with products that not only serve the purpose of making your eyes pop or covering up acne but actually eliminating breakouts and helping your pores! A lot of avid makeup-wearers are skeptical of the idea of makeup with skincare benefits, but I’m here to help clear up some of the confusion!

Some brands live up to their promises more than others. A lot of brands use skincare benefits to promote Chelsea Crockett - Skincare Makeuptheir products, when in reality they simply work just the same as regular products. With that being said, there are also brands that stay true to their promises! Sometimes the only way to find out is to try it out for yourself. Some products will work differently for other users. If you don’t want to spend money on trying it, read reviews about the product. I never used to do this, but it’s actually extremely helpful!

Although some makeup products actually do help with skincare, these in no way can replace your other skincare products such as face wash, moisturizer, medicine, etc. This makeup should just aid in the process of helping your skin, not take on the full job. A lot of products contain SPF, which is an amazing ingredient that can benefit your skin tremendously. Simply even using a small boost of SPF can prevent rays from damaging your skin.

Have you tried out makeup with skincare benefits? If so, give me your take on it below!

-Chelsea