WHEN it comes to covering up cystic acne, most of us are willing to do (and spend) whatever it takes to conceal the angry break outs.
However, acne sufferers are now singing the praises of a super affordable formula which promises to cover up stubborn spots without looking cakey.
Don’t always believe what you see on here. If I wanted to I could never post pictures of my acne, Facetune my pictures to no end and you guys wouldn’t know the difference 🤷🏼♀️ learn to love yourself outside of social media not just loving the edited online version of yourself 💗 this year is all about the self love and self care 💪🏼 on another note this base is just @makeuprevolution foundation and concealer & their banana powder 😍 more affordable option for you guys!! #acnepositivity #shophudabeauty #skinpositivity #anastasiabeverlyhills #accutane #acne #cysticacne #makeup #makeupartist #selflove #makeuprevolution
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In other words, Makeup Revolution's £9 Conceal and Define Foundation has achieved "Holy Grail" status in the beauty world.
Skin positivity blogger Abbie Bull first raved about the affordable high coverage formula on Instagram earlier this year.
Sharing incredible before-and-after photos with her 37,000 followers, the mum revealed how this foundation covered up her cystic spots and acne in no time.
Abbie revealed that her flawless base was just "Makeup Revolution Foundation and their banana powder."
- Makeup Revolution Conceal & Define Foundation, £9 from Superdrug – buy now
- Revolution Luxury Banana Powder, £5 from Superdrug – buy now
Not only did this "super affordable" base product even out her skin tone, it also left Abbie with a seriously glowing complexion. Sold.
And Abbie is not the only beauty blogger to praise the Makeup Revolution Foundation with several YouTubers showcasing their incredible before and after transformations.
British blogger Olivia Kennard, 20, often credits the makeup in her Instagram posts.
US based YouTuber Shweihninzy, who suffers from severe acne, was seriously impressed with the coverage.
She told her fans: "It did an amazing job of covering up all of that redness."
And Brit SophDoesNails was equally fun of praise telling her followers: "It's got really, really nice coverage. I love the finish of this foundation… it pretty much covered everything."
The product has also received almost exclusively five star reviews on the Revolution website.
One customer wrote: "I came across this revolution one and it was the BEST choice I’ve ever made! To me it does dry matte which is DREAM for me."
Another agreed posting: "Miracle ! it is a great quality product, easy apply with its own stick, price is affordable, heavy bottle and beautiful design. I have even try it on my tattoos and it was 80% covered."
"I have dry to combination skin and it does not look dry or flaky at all! It lasts perfectly, and has such beautiful coverage" wrote a third happy customer.
In a recent video on her YouTube channel Makeup By Abbie B, the mum explained how she first started suffering from severe breakouts when she was just 15 years old.
Abbie's cystic acne even led to her skipping meals because "eating hurt that much" while the spots often made her skin "too sore" to apply makeup at all.
But although the mum is an expert at covering up her spots (and previously raved about Huda Beauty's £32 foundation), she reminded followers not to "always believe what you see" on Instagram.
She added: "If I wanted to I could never post pictures on my acne, Facetune my pictures no end and you guys wouldn't know the difference.
"Learn to love yourself outside of social media, not just loving the edited version of yourself."
For more skin saviours, acne sufferers have claimed this "miracle in a bottle" serum cleared their skin – and it's got tons of five-star reviews on Amazon.
Plus this £13 French face cream has been dubbed the "Holy Grail" of moisturisers by fans who claim it has transformed their skin.
And acne sufferers have praised Nip + Fab's £4 foaming cleanser as a "miracle in a bottle" for getting rid of stubborn spots.
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