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Calendula Powder Foundation Tan

Weightless powder foundation designed to even your skin tone – now you can wear foundation and no one will know. A light to medium coverage in a breathable formula that is buildable. This shade suits tanned skin and darker tones. Wear as many layers as you like. A gentle talc-free formula features natural calendula, a healing and gentle ingredient for sensitive skin. For a natural velvety finish, best applied with our Ere Perez Kabuki Brush.




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  • Catriona Rowntree photo

    Catriona Rowntree, TV presenter, Getaway

    Catriona Rowntree

    I love the Ere Perez natural cosmetics. The powder is gorgeous. I’ve been wearing it everyday for Getaway and was wearing it for the Logies.

  • Bella Magazine, Jan-Mar 2010 cover
    Bella Magazine, Jan-Mar 2010

    ​It’s in the bag, Bella Magazine, Issue 17 Jan-Mar, 2010

Natural Powder Foundations
Model showing how to apply the powder foundations
Natural Powder Foundations
  1. Tip a small amount of powder foundation into the lid.
  2. Using the Ere Perez KABUKI BRUSH, dab the bristles of the brush into the powder.
  3. Shake off excess powder.
  4. Dab powder on cheeks, forehead and chin.
  5. Blend smoothly with the brush in circles until all powder adheres to skin.
  6. Apply extra layers as required.
  • Calendula Flowers
    Calendula Officinalis Extract

    Calendula extract is derived from the calendula flower and is considered to have anti-inflammatory, soothing and healing properties.

  • Mineral powder
    CI 77019 / Mica

    Mica is a natural component of sand that is rich in silica. The silica-rich composition of mica is thought to support the formative processes in the connective tissue and bring vitality to the skin.

  • Kaolin withe stones

    Kaolin is a naturally occurring white clay mineral. It is oil absorbent making it ideal for shine control.

  • Silica

    This white powder occurs naturally throughout various elements of nature such as rocks or sand.

  • Cream

    Squalene is a natural moisturiser extracted from botanic sources.

  • Powder corn starch
    Native Corn (zea mays) Starch

    Corn starch (Non-GMO) is extracted from the corn plant. It is a great oil absorbent.

  • Diferent colours crystals

    Tourmaline is classed as a semi-precious stone and the gem comes in a wide variety of colours.

  • Potassium Sorbate powder
    Potassium Sorbate

    Potassium sorbate is a naturally occurring potassium salt. It is used as a preservative.

  • Half coconut
    Lauroyl Lysine

    Lauroyl lysine is an amino acid derived from coconut oil. It is considered to have smoothing and replenishing properties.

  • Kaolin white stone
    Magnesium Aluminum Silicate

    Magnesium aluminum silicate is naturally occurring white clay. Unable to be absorbed by the skin due to its large particles.

  • Alcohol Drop
    Sorbitan Isostearate

    Sorbitol is naturally occurring thick, sweet alcohol similar to glycerin. It may provide shine, maintain moisture and is a natural preservative.

  • Alcohol Drop
    Sorbitan Stearate

    Sorbitol is a thick, sweet alcohol similar to glycerin. It is a natural preservative, it also provides shine, maintains moisture content, and in the Mascaras, improves adhesion.

  • Green malachite stone extract
    Malachite Extract

    Malachite extract is a stone extract with strong antioxidant and detoxifying activity.

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  • Bismuth crystals
    CI77163 / Bismuth Oxychloride

    Bismuth is a mineral pigment known as ‘Pearl White’.

  • Yellow oxide colour
    CI 77492 / Iron Oxide Yellow

    Iron oxides are naturally occurring pigments derived from minerals.

  • Red oxide colour
    CI 77491 / Iron Oxide Red

    Derived from iron ore, iron oxides are the most important mineral pigments in natural decorative cosmetics. They occur in various different shades, from yellow to red-brown to black.

  • Black oxide colour
    CI 77499 / Iron Oxide Black

    Derived from iron ore, iron oxides are the most important mineral pigments in natural decorative cosmetics. They occur in various different shades, from yellow to red-brown to black.


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