RMS organic make-up

These look really good: http://www.rmsbeauty.com/ . They have oils but they’re safe oils like jojoba oil. They’re not over-heated. Read through the website — it’s very interesting. She was ill and had a lot of toxic heavy metals and such in her system from make-up so she developed this organic brand.

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  1. There’s a store near me that carries the RMS make-up. I got the #11 un-cover-up and the Lip 2 Cheek in the color Promise. The #11 works well for me. It is a more matte make-up than I expected, considering it has all the oils in it that it does. My face felt a little dry when I first put it on but I do like the way it looks and in the end it seems to add moisture to my skin. I did sprout one small zit on my cheek since I started using the un-cover-up it but it’s not bad and is already going down. The Promise is pretty although it is a pretty warm color (some orangyness to it). It is very nice though. They’re $36 each but they are very concentrated and I would imagine that they would last a year or two. I would love to get one of her eye colors eventually. She claims that her products are not comedogenic because she uses unheated organic natural oils. She talks about that in the F.A.Q. section. I’m not a good test for that at this point because my acne is really mild now (I’m 57 years old). When you go to the page with each product’s description you can scroll through the "application" info using the little up and down arrows there (I missed them at first).

  2. Uh-oh, got another zit. The first one is almost gone already and the new one is the under-the-skin type (like a hard lump). On the other hand, I haven’t been using my scrub or exfoliating mask for some time now either, I haven’t been taking my supplements regularly either and I’ve been eating more pizza’s (gluten-free vegan though) and sweet stuff so maybe it’s not the new make-up. Time will tell I guess.

  3. My skin’s pretty much clear again. I don’t think the make-up is breaking me out. I think it was from other causes.

  4. Uh-oh again — another under-the-skin lump above my eyebrow. I’m beginning to wonder about the un-cover-up. The blush doesn’t seem to be causing me problems though.



    Safety ratings on a scale of 0-10 in parentheses from http://www.cosmeticsdatabase.com .

    RMS Un-Cover-Up #11 (1)

    Ingredients from packaging: *Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, *Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, *Cera Alba (Beeswax), *Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, *Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, Tocopherol (non-GMO), *Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Extract. May contain [+/-]: Titanium Dioxide Cl 77891, Iron Oxides Cl 77491, Cl77492, Cl 77499 *Certified Organic

    Directions from packaging: There is no need to moisturize normal skin before using rmsbeauty Un-Cover-Up. Apply sparingly with fingers over t-zone area or where extra coverage is needed. Un-Cover-Up melts into the skin so the colors adjust themselves to your skin tone. For overly dehydrated skin, apply Lip & Skin balm first. For a matte look, set with powder.

    RMS Lip 2 Cheek — Promise (1)

    Ingredients from packaging: *Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, * Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, *Cera Alba (Beeswax), *Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, *Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, * Argania Spinosa (Argan) Kernek Oil, Tocopherol (non-GMO), Heilanthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Propolis Extract, Centella Asiatica Extract, *Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Extract. May Contain [+/-]: Titanium Dioxide Cl 77891, Iron Oxides Cl 77491, Cl 77492, Cl 77499, Carmine Cl 75470, Mica Cl 77019 *Certified Organic

    Directions from packaging: Apply sparingly with fingers. Repeat application for more intense color on lips or cheek. After applying Lip2Cheek, blend remaining product from your finger to your cheeks for an extra kiss of color. For more lip shimmer, apply Living Luminizer over Lip2Cheek. For best results on particularly dry lips, apply a light layer of Lip & Skin balm before Lip2Cheek. This product can be used also on the eyes to soften and refine dry or aging eyes, but may not be suitable for all skin types around the eye.

    RMS Living Luminizer (1)

    Ingredients from packaging: *Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, *Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, *Cera Alba (Beeswax), Tocopherol (non-GMO), *Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Extract. May contain [+/-]: Titanium Dioxide Cl77891, Mica Cl77019 *Certified Organic

    Directions from packaging: Apply sparingly with fingers. Blend over the cheek bones, down the bridge of the nose and at the bow of the lips. Great as a lip gloss on its own, or in combination with the Lip2Cheek and Cream Eye Shadows for a more sensual shimmery mouth. Mix sparingly with Un-Cover Up for a radiant sheen. Try it on your shoulder blades for a sexy evening look in fact anywhere you want gorgeous, glowing skin. An RMS favorite for adding a glimmer to the eye apply very lightly only over eye lid.

    RMS Beauty Eye Shadow — Magnetic (1)

    Ingredients from packaging: *Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, *Cera Alba (Beeswax), *Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, *Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Tocopherol (non-GMO), *Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Extract. May Contain [+/-]: Titanium Dioxide Cl 77891, Iron Oxides Cl 77491, Cl 77492, Cl 77499, Mica Cl 77019, Carmine Cl 75470 *Certified Organic

    Directions from packaging: For best results, don’t apply moisturizer before using rmsbeauty Cream Eye Shadow. The pure mineral cream shadow will moisturize the eye more efficiently without coming in contact with another product that could affect its relationship with the skin. Apply sparingly with fingers. Repeat application for more intense color. If minimal creasing occurs, use finger to blend and smooth. Easy as that.

  6. I asked them re their un-cover-up and acne and got this reply:


    All of our products are AMAZING for acne prone skin as they contain coconut oil which is not only anti bacterial but also anti microbial. I would also tell you to try and wash your face with pure, extra virgin cold pressed coconut oil. It will make a dramatic change in your acne occurances.

    So glad you are enjoying the line!


    I’m still getting a few little pimples here and there though but nothing bad. I think that now that I’m using the Livia pumpkin masque again that my skin will stay more clear. I had stopped using any kind of exfoliating product for some weeks. I didn’t want to use the Devita scrub any longer because my skin was feeling sensitive and it felt kind of scratchy to me.

  7. I’ve got a big old honking infected zit on my chin now. I’ve been breaking out a lot more since I started using the RMS un-cover-up. I sent the ingredients listing for it to a skin care expert that I know, and here’s how she responded:

    On the make up it could be the cocoa butter or the beeswax…. could be stopping up your pores>>> the essential oils in there are antibacterial but if they can’t get to the bacteria because the more waxy ingredients are stopping them then it does no good…

    I think I’m going to have to go back to using Evan’s Garden powder foundation and just use the un-cover-up under my eyes. The powder looks a lot nicer over the Livia Plum Peptide Moisturizer than it did over the Devita moisturizer anyway. I probably should use the Lip2Cheek strictly as a lipstick also, although I haven’t had much breaking out in the area where I’ve used it as a blush, which is surprising because it’s got basically the same ingredients in it as the un-cover-up.

  8. I decided to try using the RMS un-cover-up and Lip-2-Cheek as a blush once more because my skin has been pretty clear and was feeling dry. Also, I’ve been trying to use the Livia masques more regularly so I thought that might have cleared out my pores enough so I could get away with using the richer make-up. Once again, the very next day, I got a big old honking hard, red infected zit, above my eyebrow this time.

    It seems the only make-up I can get away with wearing is Evan’s Garden powder foundation. It’s nice and all, but I find powder make-up to be too dry at my age. I got some more of Evan’s Foundation Base Cream for Oily Skin which you mix with the powder each time you use it. That doesn’t seem to break me out. My skin stays pretty much all clear when I use my Livia products and just Evan’s Garden powder foundation and powder blush. I had hoped that at this point in my life (57 years old) I could use some nice, rich creamy foundation, but I guess I’m an acne "lifer". That’s pretty disappointing, but at least it’s more or less under control now, as long as I keep up my skin care routine.

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