Play Stick suitable for acne-prone skin?
I've been using the Play Stick for 10 years but switched to something else about 2 years ago due to acne... I'm obsessed with stick foundation; I really dislike liquid foundation. I haven't been able to find anything that compares to the Play Stick when it comes to coverage or anything that is in stick form. My question is: is the Play Stick suitable for acne-prone skin because I miss it so much and would LOVE to go back to it? Also, I'm not one to cover my entire face, I only like to cover up my acne scars or new flare ups . So my makeup routine is very minimal, if that helps in answering my question :)
Benefit does not test for or claim that our products are hypo-allergenic (least likely to cause an allergic reaction) or non-comedogenic (does not cause pimples & blackheads).
You can always purchase it online and if you're not happy with it within 30 days from the ship date for a refund on the purchase price, minus shipping, handling, gift wrap, and other charges. Refunds will be credited to the original credit card use for payment. Purchases of gift certificates and sale items cannot be returned for a refund.
3 days ago