Mineral Concealer Powders

Worn alone, over or under foundation, our range of mineral powder concealers provide continuous coverage that lasts. Expertly developed by dermatologists using only ultra-fine minerals in a triple-milled process to ensure that each and every application is even, all of our mineral face and natural under eye concealer products are totally talc free – ensuring you can enjoy silky, even coverage that enhances the skin’s beauty rather than highlighting imperfections.

Designed by dermatologists to be worn on both normal and post-procedure treated skin, our mineral powder concealers are non comedogenic and suitable for all skin concerns, including acne and rosacea, as well as sensitive skin, dry skinoily skin and mature skin.


What is a mineral concealer powder?

Our mineral concealer powder is a type of natural makeup that is designed to do more than a traditional concealer. It does more for the health of your skin through the use of nourishing botanicals and minerals, including green tea extract, jojoba and antioxidants from vitamins A, C, and E. Many of our mineral concealer products contain zinc oxide as well, which protects the skin from both UVA and UVB rays, helps with acne and skin with excess oil, improves the rate of skin healing, and helps to prevent or diminish some of the signs of ageing.

Our mineral powder concealers also do more with a smaller amount of product compared to traditional makeup, particularly here at Glo Skin Beauty, because we don't add talc or other filler agents to make it look like you're getting more for your money. We also leave out the parabens and other risky chemicals that you may find based in other traditional types of makeup.

How to apply mineral concealer powder

  • Foundation first: You could apply your liquid or concealer powder at the beginning, but almost all professionals recommend that foundation comes first. This lets you use less concealer because the foundation has already done much of the work in creating a smooth base.
  • Choose your targets: The best places to apply concealer will be any blemishes or patches of lifeless looking skin, as well as the area under the eyes.
  • Start small: Use a small amount at first and apply the product with the tip of a finger. Blend it in to the area using a concealer brush.
  • Contour and highlight: Now that the blemishes are out of the way, you can take it a step further and use one of our concealer products to add depth or highlight certain areas of the face. This is generally how professionals create that more natural, glowing look.