RareMinerals Skin Revival Treatment was a nighttime treatment for the skin that was meant to be used over all the rest of your skincare. The weird part? It's a powder. It's packaged in a jar with a powder puff on top, and it came in four colors (clear, light, medium, and tan).
I think this was introduced in 2006, and it was discontinued in 2011. One of the selling points of this "treatment" was that it was made from "Jurassic, virgin soil." I remember this because RareMinerals was introduced to the market when I was working at Sephora, and we sold it. In fact, we couldn't keep it in stock the first few months it was out.
This product was marketed to be a nighttime skin treatment, but also a nighttime makeup. It was marketed for the person who wants to shrink their pores, even out their skintone, and improve their skin; or for the person who was uncomfortable with their significant other seeing their completely bare skin, and wants something to wear to bed; or for the person who is always in a hurry (or running late) in the morning and wants to be able to roll out of bed and have a little coverage on their skin; or for the person who thinks their BareMinerals is "so natural, you can sleep in it."
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The RareMinerals Skin Revival Treatment was really nothing but a mineral powder. It seemed gimmicky to me, and seeing how it was discontinued after only 5 years, maybe so did everyone else. I didn't think it was really a great idea to wear a powder to bed, but I had to try it, of course. All it did for my skin was dry it out.
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I do think this was a pretty unique product.
Do you remember RareMinerals? Did you ever try it?