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Have any of u tried tinted moisturizers?

Are they any good at covering red marks or are they a waste of money?

I am thinking bout trying nivea visage tinted moisturizer

as i dont want to wear makeup during my course of roaccutane

as any one tried this type?

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Hi, could you tell me where you're getting the Nivea Visage from ? I'd like to try that tinited moistuerizer but can't find it anywhere.


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Nivea t/m is quite sheer, so if your red marks aren't that obvious, it would be a good choice. If your marks are darker, you could probably use a foundation or a concealer. Most t/m are very sheer

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it shouldn't look fake, it's very subtle and designed to even out slight discolorations, it's more about giving you an even glow. I find it's more for those who have a good complexion and just want something to give their skins a slight pick-me-up. There are a few out on the market, play around with the light shades and see what suits you best

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I'm actually originally from Down Under, so I've only ever tried Nivea and Ponds. Currently in North America but haven't tried any T/M here. U know, Revlon makes a really light foundation...i think it's called Even Out Complexion, it's very sheer just like a t/m..it also has spf 20, saves u from lathering on an spf...they have a huge range of shades

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I've tried Neutrogena's tinted moisturizing sunscreen before. It had absolutely no coverage, and made my skin greasy feeling (probably the sunscreen component). I think the tinted moisturizers are useless unless you have nearly perfect skin.

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