I am sensitive to ingredients too. This product is made from minerals not animal waste.
answered 6 months ago
The Real Northern California
This is kind of a touchy subject more so for the BE company versus the customers. I did a simple search of this and went to a website that explains the whole bat droppings rumor. According to that website, it's not true. They explained on the website in detail and it's more complicated than I thought lol. The best thing to do is always remove product off of your face after you're done with your day. You can use product that works for your face or, to make sure you're consistent, have you tried any of the md formulations line of skin care products?
They have cleanser for skin of an oily, combo, dry, AM, problem or sensitive nature. I would suggest seeing what they have as a cleanser for a makeup cleaning routine on the days that you wear your bare minerals makeup. To clean your Bare Minerals brushes, I would suggest the Well-Cared For Brush Conditioning Shampoo. It's for a low price of $14. I zoomed in the picture and it's a 4 oz. bottle of the shampoo to help keep up with your brush's appearance.
I haven't bought this yet, but a BE rep told me about it and I just might try it on my brushes. I have had my brushes for at least 5 years and wondering if the shampoo will bring life back to my half decade old brushes or if I should upgrade my brushes all together lol. The shampoo is a better option for now and if it doesn't work out for me, then I can always replace my brushes with a new one via the BE website.
Hope this helps!
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answered 1 year, 2 months ago
bat droppings is guano, the ingredient you're thinking of is guanine, made of fish scales. it's also a component in your DNA. this mascara is not made with bat droppings.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago