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|Neutrogena Healthy Skin Liquid Makeup SPF 20, Natural Ivory, 1 fl oz
updated: 11/27/2015 03:34 UTC
|Neutrogena Healthy Skin Liquid Makeup SPF 20, Buff, 1 fl oz
updated: 11/27/2015 03:34 UTC
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I like how this is good for your skin, but it looks terrible when applied. It's so sheer, and makes my dry skin look oily. If you have no acne or scars, it's perfect. Not for people with scars though!
Alright, so recently, I've come to terms with realizing that my skin is combination, but on the drier side. Yet, I live in a humid climate so I am always sweating outside. The struggle is real. Anyway, I had been trying to stray away from matte formulas, as they only accentuate my dryness. I heard this was a dupe for NARS Sheer Glow, which I'm in love with. Let me just tell you, this stuff is horrible. There is zero coverage, and I'm only a light-medium coverage kind of girl, but it still gives you a "I just ran a marathon" sweaty look. Yuck!!!! Not to mention, the day after I used it, three new pimples popped up on my previously clear skin. This stuff just looks and feels awful, the whole time I was wearing it, it's almost like I could just feel my pores clogging up.
I like it I would recommend it, but I wish it didn't have sunscreen or at least not that much. I don't really like sunscreen, because our bodies were made to get sun.
This would be great for people with dry or just non-oily skin. This looked really good on me for about 30 minutes. Bottom line: Don't use this if you have oily skin. This foundation feels heavy will make you look greasy. I wish I kept the receipt.
Not worth it!
This is a product I would recommend for girls with dry/normal skin. The furthest I would push is combination skin- which is what I have. It gives you a nice dewy finish but sometimes it might look too much if not set with powder.
I would not suggest this product for oily skin because the dewy finish with the oil will not look good. If you MUST, then I would suggest using a mattifier and powder.
I have not gotten acne breakouts from this product. This is good for year round but I would wear this more in the winter months.
I'm always looking for foundations that offer good coverage and are able to match my skin tone, I found that all in this foundation. I feel like it is a good foundation, not just a good one for me, and I feel like it did aggravate my acne to some extent...but that is to be expected if you are wearing makeup with acne. I do recommend it and if you are looking for a good foundation and have relatively good skin I would try it out. I'm sure I'll come back to this when I no longer have active acne and would just want to even my skin tone lightly.
The third ingredient—Ethylhexyl Palmitate—is a big fat FOUR on the comedogenic scale of 0 to 5 (see here: [link removed] or here: [link removed] I bought a bottle based on the reviews here, but after getting it home and realizing this little bit of info, I can't bring myself to apply it to my face. I noticed a few reviews mentioned that it gave the user cystic acne. No wonder! Total waste of money.
Overall, I would recommend this product based on the way the makeup looks on the skin after the application is finished. It is buildable, and I've found that it didn't break me out and that was months after wearing it.