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I think i got an allergic reaction to the happy light foundation product from bourjois paris. i put it on in the morning and when i washed my face at night my face was covered in small bumps!! it doesnt itch more than its small bumps litterally covering my face that look like mini pimples! how do i get rid of this and what is the most irritant ingredient in this product?! help me i look hideous

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The ingredients are generally found on the box that the lipstick comes in. Click here and you'll be taken to an article that has a picture of the ingredients on the box. Generally, people are allergic to either the slight fragrance found in makeup, a particular dye (like purple, pink, or red), or even sunscreen in the product.
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