the Bobbi Brown Skin Long-wear weightless foundation contains a powerful blend of non-acnegenic ingredients such as the marine-sugar cane algae extract, mineral powders to control oil, while shea butter and glycerine provides hydration to the skin. At the same time, the foundation is also paraben, sulfate and phthalate-free, as well as vegan friendly and gluten-free. Titanium oxide adds on an extra layer of sun protection in this nifty foundation. It comes in a wide spectrum of 30 skin shades including warm, cool and neutral undertones
review of fresh umbrian clay masks which is a multi functional cleanser that deep cleanses pores while it hydrates, and can be used up to twice weekly for 5 minutes to combat acne and blemish spots.
Shiseido Anessa UV Sunscreen packed in a sliver bottle, is waterproof yet light and runny to apply. However, it dries off to a waxy finish that might not be suitable for oily sensitive skin, and did not do well to control shine on the T-zone areas of the face.
The shu uemura petal skin foundation spreads well without caking, but might need a second layer to cover blemishes. It seems to be better for normal skin as it has medium staying power but starts showing shine in oilier T-zone areas after 2-3 hours. You can use it just as well with a beauty blender or sponge instead of splurging on that ridiculously expensive Petal 55 brush.