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I was looking as moisturizers by Nuetrogena and some said light "sheer tint" and I was wondering if this was supposed to be a natural shine or more of a light color to counter redness/blotchiness? I am looking for something for the latter of the two, so does these moisterizers apply?

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well, I highly doubt anything with the words "sheer tint" is going to counter any blotchiness. :-s (the "sheer tint" means no coverage, ie only use this product if you have perfect skin and want to put makeup on for no apparent reason). I've used a tinted moisturizer from neutrogena before, and it looked greasy (maybe because it had spf - I don't remember)- i think it was the same product you're asking about. It was one of the lousiest things I've ever tried - it was greasy, had no coverage (and I was using it as a base for powder), and they didn't use the best emulsifier or something or it dried when exposed slightly to air, because there would be small bits of it that weren't mixed properly and wouldn't blend in correctly when applied.

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