Concealer is by far my favorite make-up product. There is something about old dark spots to create and annoying seizures disappear (literally) with the magic of a wand that feels like magic. Not only does concealer help me out with clumsy areas on my face – like this spot between my nose and my eye – but it's also useful for quick fixes when I'm not in the mood for makeup.
One thing I never fancy for is a face full of outbreaks. For those of us who suffer from acne, the choice of make-up products that work with our skin type is the key. " Acne prone skin types should avoid heavy or occlusive oil-based concealers, as they tend to block pores and cause pimples," says Rachel Nazarian from the Schweiger Dermatology Group in New York City, telling SELF. "These types of concealers are labeled with the words" non-comedogenic ", indicating that they are unlikely to clog pores, and have passed laboratory tests to prove this."
To find out which concealers are best for covering pimples without creating new pimples, we have asked some experts to study the products they recommend for patients with acne.