Despite the couple of nasties you see below, I’m fortunate enough to have relatively clear skin and as such feel a tinted moisturiser may be the way forward for me. I spend quite a bit of time outdoors at uni, so having SPF coverage is a massive bonus with this product. Whilst I’ve become progressively lazy to even brush my hair this semester, long sweaty days and a change in season have taken their toll on my skin- and I could use a little extra coverage.
The texture of the product is really light and creamy, blending excellently to cover a large area with only a small amount. It dries quickly, leaving a lovely natural glow without being sticky or noticeable. It could be built to a higher coverage, but I found that adding a bit of concealer to any problem areas gave an ideal lightweight finish. I wore the product for 8 hours and noticed only very minor wear, which is excellent for a moisturiser. The only downside is the colour selection- despite Nude Beige matching my current complexion well, the range is fairly limiting with only 4 shades to choose from.
|No Make Up|
|Innoxa Tinted Moisturiser applied|
|Concealer and blush applied|