IT Cosmetics Bye Bye Redness Neutralizing Correcting Cream for Reliable Coverage That Lasts! (Review)

**Disclaimer:  This post has been compensated through a free product (s) or monetary payment.  Opinions are solely mine. All links are “no-follow” links.**

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IT Cosmetics Bye Bye Redness Neutralizing Correcting Cream.



Although I don’t personally have rosacea, I
know how hard it can be to cover that uneven redness because my mother has
it.  Then I remembered Jamie Kern, founder of IT Cosmetics, suffered
from the condition as well.  In fact, one of the company’s first products
was Bye Bye Redness to address that discoloration problem. 
Therefore, I wanted to see how well this product would work on her.

Bye Bye Redness is a one color for all
skin tones neutralizing cream.  What I love about IT Cosmetics is
how their beauty experts take technology and infuse anti-aging into all their
formulas so it can do more for your skin than cover or color.  This product
rewards skin as well as conceal the redness with anti-aging peptides, hydrolyzed
collagen, hyaluronic acid, soothing colloidal oatmeal, aloe, and avocado.



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This is the color of IT Cosmetics Bye Bye Redness Neutralizing Correcting Cream.


Fortunately, rosacea is not a major issue for my
mother, but I do know how many different products she has already tried to make the red area on her nose less noticeable.  None had given her the
satisfaction until Bye Bye Redness arrived with dependable,
lasting coverage on that uneven section of her skin.  This product didn’t cake up even though
that area was peeling from a prescription cream. 



My mother is not one that wears a lot of
makeup.  But this product is definitely one she happily intends to
keep wearing from now on.  If you have some heavy duty imperfections and concealer
isn’t up to the task, I sincerely hope you try Bye Bye Redness.   



Bye Bye Redness retails for $32 on IT
Cosmetics
website. 
You can also find these at
QVC and QVC.com, Ulta Beauty, and the Shopping Channel and shoppingchannel.com
.  


*Disclaimer:  This is my own honest opinion. 
A free product was provided solely to facilitate this review.*

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