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Jane Iredale — The Skin Care Makeup
Jane Iredale introduced her unique skin care makeup line in May of 1994. It was the first full mineral makeup line on the market to offer not just color enhancement but also benefits to the skin. The products are based on micronized minerals and are made without fillers and binders (such as talc and mineral oil) and without chemical dyes or preservatives. As a result, the Iredale products are recommended by dermatologists and plastic surgeons, and carried by the finest salons, spas and medical clinics throughout the world.
Jane’s line is a highly sophisticated blend of minerals and pigments which are micro-pulverized using proprietary technology and processes to form microscopic flat crystals. These crystals overlap each other on the skin to form a filter that allows the skin to breathe and function normally while still protecting it from air-borne pollutants. The staying power of these minerals is so great that they rarely need a touch-up during the day. And because these silky-feeling powders are water-resistant, they won’t crease or smear even during the most strenuous activity.
Before she formed her cosmetics company in 1994, Jane Iredale was in film, theatre and television, working as a casting director with stars such as Lauren Hutton, Cybill Shepherd, Susan Sarandon, Glenn Close, and Sarah Jessica Parker. Later Jane formed her own production company and produced over 50 programs for PBS and HBO.
Jane’s experience in working with women whose careers depended on a clear complexion has allowed her to see how skin disorders and sensitivities not only threaten careers but can also destroy self-confidence. This is what led her to develop a makeup line that could contribute to the lives of women by aiding the health of the skin.
The company has expanded the line to include products that keep it at the leading edge of the makeup world. It still remains true to its original concept of bringing women a makeup that enhances the health of the skin.
To learn more, visit www.janeiredale.com.