I really like this. It does what it claims. It comes in a small pot and it needs to be applied with a small brush. I then dab it in gently with my finger or a beauty sponge. It covers virtually everything, apart from a very red patch I have on my cheek. I don’t think anything would cover this entirely. The IT cream though does help take the edge off it. I also use this redness cream as an under eye concealer because it is very thick. It is beige so not good for fair skinned girls at all.
Reviewed on Sun 20 Oct 2019
I am in my late teens/early 20's with acne/problem, light tone skin and green eyes. My hair is medium brown, oily with normal texture.
The title suggests powder but that is a different product . The one shown here and linked is the redness cream.
This is a very expensive concealer and it came in a small pot I was disappointed by how little you get. However, you really do only need a tiny amount for good coverage. I've used this to cover spots pretty well. Really inflamed ones it struggled with but most procure will fail to adhere in fairness. For presentation events at work I have used a small amount all over my cheeks and chin where most of my redness and blushing occurs. This worked well under foundation . I was worried the foundation would stick to it but allow as fine. I purchased this after a lot of Rosacea sufferers reviewed it online. Many of them only use a small amount of this and no foundation but unfortunately for me it is just too orange/dark for my pale skin so I can't get away with it alone. I will buy again because it works well.
Reviewed on Tue 08 Jan 2019
I am in my late 20's/early 30's with normal, medium tone skin and hazel eyes. My hair is light brown, combination with fine texture.