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Woman Discovers Incredible $4 Solution to Cover Acne


If you are a human being, chances are you’ve been plagued by acne at one point or another.

As a teenager, we all had dreams of growing up and becoming adults. With that came one of the most beautiful dreams of all — that we’d be rid of acne forever.

Unfortunately a future of flawless skin was just that — a dream. Your 20s, 30s, 40s, and even 50s may have come and gone, but the acne never truly left.

And with endless acne comes an abundance of acne products and solutions, and surely, you may feel that you’ve tried them all. With so many to choose from, how can you really know which among them actually work?

Instagram star Kadeeja Khan has taken to social media to share her newfound discovery with the world.

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Khan is no stranger to trying new beauty products, and has tried just about everything to cover her acne flare-ups.

At points in her life, her acne led others to call her names like “Pizza Face.” As a beauty blogger, many companies she worked with even decided to stop collaborating with her using her unedited images.

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“I don’t want a foundation that makes my acne look worse than what it is. I don’t want a foundation that can see my green corrector beneath. I want a foundation that can lock in my discolouration & prone acne,” she said.

This beauty blogger has taken the internet by storm with her now-viral video showcasing her acne-busting solution — and it only costs $4.

She never expected the makeup that would do the trick to be from the drugstore. But now, she’s calling this new product her “go-to foundation.”

In the video, Khan showed just how impressive the miracle makeup is. After just one light layer of Makeup Revolution’s Fast Base Foundation Stick, the blogger managed to cover up any and all evidence of her acne flare up.

I know, it seems way too good to be true. It can’t be that easy, right? Check out her video and see the magic for yourself.

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From the looks of it, this foundation stick is sent straight from Heaven. Describing it as “God-sent” Khan was shocked that such an inexpensive product did more in one layer than any overpriced product could ever do.

“I never in a million years would think my go to foundation would be a drugstore product!” she wrote. “I always thought the more expensive the product the better the outcome!”

This amazing foundation in available in 18 shades and debuted on Feb. 28, but for now it is only available in the U.K. While that may send some readers back into despair, never fear! With all the attention the product is getting, this miracle-makeup might be making its way to the U.S. side of the pond in no time at all.

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Liz was a senior story editor for The Western Journal.
Liz was a senior story editor for The Western Journal.
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