Just Skin Tinted Moisturiser SPF15
The perfect base
This tinted moisturiser is the best I have ever came across! It provides a light layer of coverage that smooths out any imperfections and evens out skin tone. I absolutely love that this has properties such as anti-pollution filters to help protect and nourish my skin but also has a tint of colour to enhance the skin and make it glow. You can definitely build the coverage up if you prefer a medium level of coverage and it still does not feel heavy on your face. It is perfect for any age group, ideal for somebody young in their teenage years as it still allows their natural youth to shine through, or for anyone older who would appreciate an even skin tone but nothing too heavy and benefit from sealing in the skins moisture and protecting their skin with a layer of SPF 15. I love this tinted moisturiser during the summer time as it is nice and light, but I also love it just as much at winter because it gives an extra glow to your skin that sadly disappears when the dryer weather appears! It creates a dewy appearance but never looks slippery or greasy. It is just like your face is lit from within! I also have to comment on the packaging - very handy for travelling and distributing the right amount of product, as glass bottles can often be impractical. A tube lasted me a whole year, as a small amount goes a long way! For application I would recommend using your fingers as this warms the product up, letting it blend into your skin creating a more natural appearance. I absolutely love this tinted moisturiser - best in the market!
20 September 2014
Ultra natural but beautiful coverage!
A delicious product that hydrates, unifies and brightens skin. can make skin a little shiny , however a brush of powder soon sorts that out....beaufiful!!
27 October 2014
Great everyday product
This is a nice everyday sheer coverage to help even you out. There's SPF and good level of moisture without looking shiny. I don't think I've found a tinted moisturizer that works as well. This reminds me of Nars with little less coverage
09 October 2014