By blow me - 07/08/2015 16:36 - Australia - Vermont
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Your face is completly different from your hand/arm. That's how you test the color, not check for a reaction. Unfortunately, I been through this a few times & the only way is to look at the ingredients. There are many commonly used chemicals in make-up & sunscreens that produce horrible reactions in some people. It used to be trial & error or seeing physician & having test done were the only ways to know, but nowadays it's much easier to research this information. Sorry it happened to you OP. It's miserable, painful, & sometimes can take days to go away. Most people don't really understand until it happens to them or they see it happen to someone they know. Also, it's not a matter if price, it's only about the chemicals used.