Last Updated on April 6, 2021 by Ellen Christian
Daily cosmetic use exposure to the elements can leave your skin looking red and irritated. Like red skin anywhere else on your body, it can feel tight and uncomfortable. After you cleanse your face in the morning and evening, you really should apply a moisturizer to help prevent your skin from becoming too dry.
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When I choose a moisturizer, I want something that works deep down to moisturize my skin without leaving it feeling greasy or interfering with my make up application. Calm & Composed by Mark is a super soothing moisturizer made with avocado and oat. Calm & Composed has a very light formula that is completely absorbed into your skin when you apply it.
I have rosacea and very sensitive skin so I have to be careful what I put on my face. There was absolutely no irritation at all with Calm & Composed and it did help with the redness of my skin. It leaves my skin feeling soft and smooth without making it feel greasy or tacky. It’s nice and thick with a fresh, clean scent to it that I found very refreshing. This is definitely a moisturizer that I’ll be using again.
Mark Calm & Composed is available from Avon for $18.
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