If you have prone to acne leather, I’m sure at this point you are too familiar with the term “non-comedogenic”. In case you are not, the product can be considered non-comedogenic when it is specially formulated with ingredients that do not clog your pores. It seems easy enough to understand, explore, and identify, right? Wrong.
Finding products that are truly non-comedogenic can sometimes be a little difficult. There are so many commonly used ingredients that are actually considered to be very clogging pores (hello, coconut oil). It can be overwhelming to try to find both skin care and makeup which actually corresponds to the non-comedogenic account. This realization made me dig a little deeper – especially when it comes to makeup products like foundation which literally sit on your skin all day.