February 19, 2019

Benefit Dr. Feelgood Silky Mattifying Face Powder for Spring 2019

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Benefit Dr. Feelgood Silky Mattifying Face Powder arrives today and is a follow up tot the mattifying balm formula aka acne in a tin. Haha..! I rarely have breakouts but man, Dr Feelgood not only made me itchy AF but also, it would break me out silly.

Hopefully this new version is better! This is a silky, loose transparent powder with a natural matte finish that comes with a soft puff to apply. It reduces shine, keeps skin oil-free, and works over or under makeup!

HSN.com has early access today for $29 and free shipping! Or take out a beauty mortgage of five payments of $5.80 each!

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  • Dustin

    I’m glad I’m not the only one who had issues with that old formula. My skin is rarely bothered by anything but it made me itch too!!!

    • Isabella Muse

      It reminded me of the first time I tried Bare Minerals! That stuff made me feel like I had a bunch of tiny ants running around under my skin!

  • kjh

    Never fell for the balm; suspect you’re to thank. I could only imagine what it would do for the clog prone. Always wanted to try the Mally, though, and resisted that one, too.