Lumene


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3.9

239 products

2,087 reviews

70% would repurchase

Recent Lumene Reviews

Liquid -Lumene -Blur Longwear Foundation SPF 15

on 4/21/2018 6:38:00 PM

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I am in love! It made my skin look very flawless and poreless. I only wore it for a few hours, but that few hours it looked perfect. It made my skin look dewy and golden like I had a tan. (while not being too dark). It felt very light, but it was still easy to make fairly full coverage. 100% my new favorite foundation. :)



Treatments (Face) -Lumene -Bright now vitamin c Hyaluronic essence

on 4/17/2018 5:29:00 AM

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This little vitamin C essence smells and looks nicely enough. The texture is pretty regular for such products, spreading easily.
But beware if you have a sensitive skin! My skin isn’t the most sensitive and usually reacts well to vitamin C, as I have some products with it in my routine. However, this essence/serum burns like hell! Tried it on my arm first and it really hurt. I removed it almost right away but still had crimson spots on the area I applied it to for an hour or two.
So I strongly suggest to try it (at least in shops) before buying.


Liquid -Lumene -Matte Control Oil-Free Foundation

on 4/11/2018 2:28:00 PM

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Good, good, good! Covers the things you want it to cover but it sinks in to the skin and looks kind of natural. Sits on the whole day, dosn´t transfer and matches me perfect. I have always applied this whith a sponge.
Fair enought pricing, don´t know where you can get this outeside of scandenavia but somewhere online maybe.

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Treatments (Face) -Lumene -Vitamin+ Radiant C Beauty Drops

on 4/4/2018 2:44:00 AM

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I think this is what I have, but the packaging has changed a little or something. I bought these about a month ago (I haven't been using it every day like you're "supposed to" because my skin has been a little weird and I've had to simplify my skincare routine a few times), and I might repurchase if I don't find something more promising. The price is a bit steep for something I found at the drugstore, though, so I'm on the fence.

These are weird, but not really in a bad way. The little drop things are not my favorite, but I kind of like them because they keep the product out of the light and from air exposure, which is pretty much always a good thing with serums I think. Just be careful because I had one squirt all over my sink one time when I wasn't paying attention and got in a rush. For me, each capsule has enough product to completely cover my face (avoiding the eye area) and bring down my neck a little.

I like the texture, but it scared me the first time I used them because it feels very...it's not quite greasy, but close. It's hard to explain how they feel, but I guess it's similar to silicone primers. Or maybe between a silicone primer and argan oil? Like I said, it's difficult to explain the feeling. I have normal skin that can get a little dry or a little oily in some places, so I worried this was going to make my face greasy. But, it sinks in pretty fast and leaves my skin looking nicer, with a kind of subtle glow, I guess. But it doesn't feel slick or anything like that to the touch, after it's absorbed and dry.

I started using vitamin c containing serums in hopes of fading acne scars and hyperpigmentation. For that purpose, I think these are actually doing something. I still have a few of them left, but I'm actually pretty impressed by how my skin is looking. I've had a few pimples from hormones and a product that clogged my pores, and I think this (along with the retinol serum I use at night) helped the spots dry out faster, too. I wish I'd thought to take a before and after of the hyperpigmentation and scars, because there's definitely a difference in just a month. I think I noticed the worst spots fading after just a week. My skin isn't totally even, but spots I used to need concealer over are now faded enough for my foundation to easily cover (except the spots from my recent breakout).

I feel like this stuff can kind of work as a makeup primer, which is interesting and convenient, but I still use a different primer over it usually. (I think it works fine under a BB or CC cream, but for foundation, I like a real primer.) I think I've used them at night once or twice, but I've settled into using these in the morning, retinol at night, which I think is working out nicely for my skin.

The only thing I'm not a fan of is the smell. It's not super strong, but I thought it might irritate my skin. So far it hasn't, except one day when I used these without realizing my skin had a couple of already irritated spots (from a product I'd used the night before, I think), but for the couple of days it took those places to heal, everything was making my skin burn, so I won't hold it against this stuff.

Bottom line: I might buy them again, I might not. It depends on what I find over the next week or so, but if I don't find something I want to try more, I will most likely buy another jar.


BB Cream -Lumene -Bright Now Vitamin C BB Cream SPF 20

on 3/29/2018 7:53:00 PM

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Is this item disc? Got a sample in my Sephora order, tried it, really loved it. Now, ready to purchase it, can’t find it ANYWHERE!! It’s like a really evil horrible trick was played on me because I really, truly liked it. It’s so difficult to find something that really works for me and this did. It Cosmetics CC Cream doesn’t hold a candle to this stuff in my opinion.

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