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    Titanium Dioxide free foundation

    I can only find 2 brands that sell titanium dioxide free foundation so wondered if anyone knew a natural substitute. I am too old and now pale to go without altogether but TD is said to be contributing towards my alopecia.

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    What on Earth is titanium dioxide?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayne View Post
    I can only find 2 brands that sell titanium dioxide free foundation so wondered if anyone knew a natural substitute. I am too old and now pale to go without altogether but TD is said to be contributing towards my alopecia.
    I haven’t gone a day without foundation on my face for over 30 years and I am always told I look really young for my age and I certainly haven’t lost my hair so I wouldn’t be worrying about wearing foundation, it’s perfectly safe and my top anti aging tip as my friends that have not worn it look a hell of a lot older than me!

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    It’s found in most cosmetics and toiletries and anything they want to make appear whiter - toothpaste for instance. It also coded CI77891

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    Interesting. Sorry it’s fact from dermatologist - along with a few other things. And the recommendation of a API DIET

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    Last edited by Rebecca; 5th September 2020 at 05:11.

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    Etsy seem to do a good range, from multiple companies, it may be a good place to start. I didn’t realise the damaging affects from TD, I hope you find a product that suits you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlotte View Post
    I haven’t gone a day without foundation on my face for over 30 years and I am always told I look really young for my age and I certainly haven’t lost my hair so I wouldn’t be worrying about wearing foundation, it’s perfectly safe and my top anti aging tip as my friends that have not worn it look a hell of a lot older than me!
    Do you suffer from any bowel problems, bloating, digestive issues? You may want to think again about saying your make-up is ‘perfectly safe’


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebecca View Post
    Etsy seem to do a good range, from multiple companies, it may be a good place to start. I didn’t realise the damaging affects from TD, I hope you find a product that suits you.
    You’re right, they have a whole range of TD free products

    https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/MamaGoi...EaAi00EALw_wcB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayne View Post
    I can only find 2 brands that sell titanium dioxide free foundation so wondered if anyone knew a natural substitute. I am too old and now pale to go without altogether but TD is said to be contributing towards my alopecia.
    Have you changed your toothpaste too?

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