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bareMinerals Complexion Rescue Review

I’m a makeup artist/addict so needless to say I love makeup.

Putting it on in the morning is another form of meditation for me.

It’s my alone time where I can just take a few minutes and be creative.

Does anyone else feel this way?

I also prefer a medium coverage foundation to a barely there one.

bareMinerals Complexion Rescue Review

So having said that I’m not the biggest fan of the no makeup look and products like BB creams/CC creams/tinted moisturizers etc.

I am a guinea pig though so when this product launched I ran out and picked it up.

Now after testing it out for several months I feel like I’m ready to give you an honest review.

So what is complexion rescue?

bareMinerals Complexion Rescue is a BB cream, a CC cream and a tinted moisturizer all in one. It increases skin hydration in just one week while leaving you with beautiful sheer-to-medium coverage for a radiant, soft, smooth finish. Mineral electrolytes help replenish thirsty skin while marine botanicals boost hydration, and heart-leaf globe daisy—an antioxidant—helps protect against environmental stressors. It even offers mineral-based broad-spectrum SPF 30 protection.

bareMinerals Complexion Rescue Review

My thoughts:

This product was nice for days at the beach, weekends when I’m just lounging around the house all day or just no makeup type days which for me are very rare.

I have oily/combo skin and I found the product to be a bit oily on me, but a oil control primer and a touch up of powder during the day solved that problem.

I didn’t notice an increase in hydration then again I didn’t really need it.

If you’re someone who wears very little makeup, loves a sheer coverage product and someone with drier skin then this is something worth picking up.

For the rest of us though I’d say it’s not a must have.

It’s a nice product, nothing special and definitely not something that I couldn’t live without.

Have you tried this product before?

Thoughts?

Best,

Leigh

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