Lush Colour Supplement reviews
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Fresh Rose Petal Infusion (Rosa damascena), Soya Oil (Glycine Soja), Titanium Dioxide, Rice Bran (Oryza sativa), Stearic Acid, Talc, Glycerine, Triethanolamine, Cetearyl Alcohol, Tudor Oak Color (Iron Oxides & Talc), Tudor Mahogany Color (Iron Oxides & Talc), Methylparaben, Propylparaben.
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This is just what it's says it is: a color supplement. It can be used as a tinted moisturizer, a foundation, or a concealer. For the most natural look, and to get the most out of your money, I recommend mixing it with your moisturizer for sheer coverage. Assuming your moisturizer is white, you can mix it with this product on your hand until you get your desired shade, then apply evenly to your face.
This product does not make my face feel oily, nor does it make it less oily. It doesn't aggravate acne, and doesn't help it either. It's neutral, and I don't think there's anything wrong with that. For full coverage, I recommend using underneath a loose mineral powder foundation; they will work together for good looking skin, and this way you can get away from using a liquid foundation that will likely cause you more problems than it's worth!