How to Use the Term Anti-Inflammation in Cosmetics

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In the cosmetics industry, the term "anti-inflammation" is typically used to describe a very specific thing. Find out how to use the term "anti-inflammation" in cosmetics with help from a professional makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Erin Hendley, Professional Makeup Artist, and today I'm here to show you how to use the term anti-inflammation in cosmetics. The first thing to know about what anti-inflammation is is that essentially, there are products out there on the market that have ingredients in them that once we applied them to our skin, we realize that we might become allergic to them or we realize that our face becomes red. And so, those are things that are going to inflame our skin. And so, what we're looking for in products is anti-inflammatory products. So, when we describe sensitive skin products, we're going to resort to our good Cetaphil and Vaseline. These two products will not create any inflammation. So, when we apply them and describe them, we're going to think of sensitive skin and we're going to remember that they're anti-inflam, inflammatory. And that is a very important word to remember when we are describing these cosmetic products because anyone that's looking for something gentle and something that's not going to take the chance of creating extra redness to the skin, especially when it comes to skincare because sometimes, we are looking for something to prevent redness or stop it and it really just backfires and does the opposite thing. So, it's very important to remember that face wash is anti-inflammatory and the petroleum jelly is as well, which can also be applied to the skin to create moisture and barriers. So, they're pretty much are safe as own products. Anything that has anti-inflammation is a good one. I'm Erin Hendley and I just showed you how to use the term anti-inflammation in cosmetics.


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