What it is:
A long-wearing, antiaging foundation powered by natural alternatives to retinol.
What it is formulated to do:
Uncover a youthful radiance with this comfortable, crease-proof foundation that promises a soft-focus finish. Quercetin and oak is the first natural, clinically proven alternative to retinol. An ultra-powerful antioxidant derived from the oak tree, it works fast to help minimize the visible signs of aging. The medium-coverage, crease-proof formula helps blur fine lines and wrinkles for a more youthful complexion, while a blend of moisturizing ingredients keep skin smooth and hydrated. What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates – Phthalates Research results: – 93% saw an immediate reduction in the appearance of fine lines – 75% reported visibly firmer skin after 8 weeks Sephora is the exclusive beauty retailer for this product.
This is a pretty good daily foundation, but unfortunately, it was discontinued. It has a medium coverage and stays true to the blurring aspect of it. It’s one of the few foundations I have ever used that didn’t set into fine lines or wrinkles, but it did rub off extremely easy which was a downside to it. I felt it may have hydrated my skin a little too much and it caused me to break out occasionally. My skin felt comfortable with this foundation on so I’m not quite sure why I ever broke out from it but who knows.
Texture: Thick & creamy
Scent: smelled like their skincare line and not so much smelled like makeup (not a bad thing, I liked that it made my face smell clean.)
Recommend? I would, but it is discontinued.
Repurchase? Yes, if only…
Retail: Don’t remember…
Size: 0.91 fl. Oz.
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