I love this product! I am using the nude color and I will purchase it again. I also love the Revlon Colorstay liquid foundations.
Neutrogena boasts about caring for skin. If they cared about skin, they would remove the Feverfew and the methylisothiazolinone from this makeup. Both these ingredients are irritants. This foundation makes my eyes burn all day. methylisothiazolinone is not supposed to be used in any "leave on" product according to the FDA. It is too irritating. Feverfew, according to all cosmetic dictionaries I have, is very irritating unless the parthenolides are removed. So much for neutrogena caring for the consumer's skin. I will not re-purchase. In fact the company sent my money back when I complained. Customer service could not explain to me why the company included these ingredients in the product. Instead of arguing with "unarmed" personnel, I will simply stop buying Neutrogena.
The best foundation. Light..dewy..natural..great for yellow(gold) tone skin color. Blends well with other makeup. NO streaks caking. Very pleased even with the new formula.
Worst foundation ever. It's too thick, doesn't blend easily, accentuates every line and pore in my face, and makes my skin itch. The first time I put it on I immediately washed it off. I'll never wear it again.
this is a good foundation. my only complaint is after a while it makes my skin look really oily even with a setting powder, and i have really dry skin. its a great drugstore foundation but i dont think i would reccomend it to anyone.
I didn't hate this foundation but I wasn't impressed by it either. I like the 6.6% titanium as a UVA ingredient. It is easy to blend because it is liquid, not too thick or thin. It doesn't streak even when applied with fingers. It absorbs fairly well and does not cake. I bought 04, nude, which is has a neutral to warm shade. It just doesn't have the staying power to get through my work day. I would say that there are moisturizers in this formulation because my skin was comfortably moist but not too oily. I don't think this foundation would be good for the summer or oily skinned people. It has been below freezing here so I may have a few dry patches. This foundation seems to smooth out dry patches and doesn't exacerbate fine lines. I don't know if it makes the pores look larger because I wear every foundation under loose powder. For $14.49 at Walgreens, it has to at least make it through my 7 hour work day especially in winter. It didn't!
ME: extremely fair, oily, acne-prone, subtype II rosacea. When I first purchased this, I was super excited because I can't normally find a drugstore foundations light enough for me. Their lightest was near perfect. The coverage was medium and looked great, except for the fact that it accentuates any flakiness I happen to have. As time went on, it seemed to make my face flakier, tighter and generally uncomfortable. The coverage started looking uneven and cakey as well. My skin was just not looking "healthy". The presence of oil makes me nervous as well, so I stopped using it. Lo and behold, my skin is back to normal after I stopped. I guess this just isn't for me.
This is the 2nd bottle of Healthy Skin foundation I've used (in the NEW formulation) and I love it!! I get a nice, even, moderate-coverage finish that looks flawless when blended with stippling brush or a good foundation brush. I found it blends well and goes on smoothly. In fact, the finish is the same as my other high end favorites! Also, this formula works best when applied in sheer layers. If I apply too much at once, it will look heavy, so go lightly and build up where extra coverage is necessary. Once set with a sheer loose powder, this does a good job of lasting throughout the day. (It's not transfer-resistant, so you'll need to set it with powder.)
I'm closest to NW15 and I'm a great match to Natural Ivory 20. This shade is not found at all locations, like CVS, but it can be bought at Target.
Based on the Neutrogena website, this foundation is recommended for normal to dry skin types. It's not recommended for oily or combo skin, as it doesn't have oil-control properties and will probably get shiny on you. The label should say this, but it doesn't. It's non-drying and has been been great this winter. When I wash my face, it doesn't feel dried out.
One last thing: I'm hating the packaging. This foundation needs a pump. It's so easy to pour out too much and I end up wasting it.
SPF 20 from 6.6% titanium dioxide. continued >>
I just picked this up at the store last night after a recent foundation binge. I actually tried this over the summer and it really didn't work with my skin. niow I'm wondering if they've inproved it or if my skin is just that much different in cold weather.
I'm pretty satisfied so far. I wouldn''t say this is HG but I'm not really looking for HG right now, just something my skin will tolerate while I'm going through hormonal issues/allergies that are tearing my face up,lol. This is extremely runny coming out of the bottle but that's actually great for me right now because it smooths onto my skin so easily(the main reason I had to quit using ColorStay, I felt like I was putting housepaint on my face after a while).
This doesn't really fill in pores or anything but I'm using a primer for that. The color match is great for me. I'm pretty pale but I do have some golden undertones and this warms me up a little without looking obvious. I do feel like this formula could have the potential of turning into an oil-slick after a few hours or oxidize if I didn't use a primer underneath but that's my only real gripe. Will keep using this until I find HG.