Neutrogena • Healthy Skin Enhancer SPF 20 • Tinted Moisturizer
|Would buy this product again.||65%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Olive, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
Omg. I absolutely love this. Many tinted moisturizers tend to be oily for my taste and leaves my face looking very oily. Not this though, it gives a healthy look but not oily at all. It evens out the redness very nicely but does not cover hyper-pigmentation, which is to be expected since it is only a tinted moisturizer. I wear the shade tan to olive and it blends in very well.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
I only used this one time to test it out, so this is my first impression. I've been going make up free for a little over a week to let my acne calm down. now I am left with virtually no pimples but a lot of red scarring. this didn't cover any scars or lessen my under eye circles. it did give an even-ness to the rest of my healthy skin, though. it blended great and dried to a matte finish quickly. I used it after washing my face and the tightness went away so I do believe it has moisturizing properties. not sure about lasting power because I wouldn't be able to tell if it came off. I put it on in the morning, maybe around 10 and fell asleep around 2 am without remembering to wash it off. then an hour later I woke up and went to wash it off and noticed I had several new blemishes on my upper cheeks and around the bottom of my nose. I don't know when they sprung up exactly because I don't touch my face a lot but they definitely weren't there around 7 pm. I think there's a very good chance this caused my break out because as ive said I use nothing else on my face and the cleansers I use have been in my routine for a couple months. I like the packaging but wish it was in a squeeze tube because that's my favorite. its around $12 at Walmart which is steep compared to my oil free sensitive skin moisturizer I ran out of that's about $4.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
I love this stuff and use it every day - doesn't break me out as some BB or CC creams have been known to do. Don't get this if you need a ton of coverage - but if you want just some evening of tone with sunscreen and retinol, this is great. I live in a humid climate near water, so I get a fair amount of sun and this protects well - might need a bit of powder during the day if your nose gets shiny, but that's it.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
This is the first tinted moisturizer that I have tried. It goes on your skin well and provides sheer coverage, which is perfect for me. I just dab some concealer over any pimples I might have after putting this on. It works really well with some powder (I've been using the E.L.F HD powder) and then you're good to go! Pros- Goes on smoothly Blurs imperfections Easy to get out of the bottle Cons- Smells terrible until dry The lightest color was too dark for me
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I have these in two colors: Light to Neutral (for winter) and Neutral to Tan (for summer). I just recently found these perhaps a month ago and I am in love! These are very very sheer BUT they blend nicely and does provide a more even complexion. I have some redness by my nose and cheek area and these cover it well. I just use a pump and dot it around my face then blend it in with my fingers. It's definitely not water proof and will wipe off if you get sweaty. I don't mind this, I just dab with a napkin and it's good to go. I much prefer the light weight formula, especially in summer, than a heavier foundation. I have not had one break out since using this and this is surprising since it's summer.
My only gripe is the packaging. Since it contains a fair amount of retinol and antioxidants, I would appreciate a light proof pump but this is easily fixable by taping some black construction paper around it (I am going to preserve the good stuff for as long as I can!). The airless pump is great and hygienic regardless.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I bought this to use on days when I'm really not going anywhere maybe one or two errands and a full face of makeup is not needed. So I'll just use this and maybe mascara. Simple.
It has a lot of good stuff in it most importantly sunscreen. It feels like a moisturizer to me. Very light and comfy. Doesn't feel like make up at all but helps to even things out (a little).
I don't think I would rush right out and grab this if I ran out, maybe if it was on sale. It hasn't broken me out so that's a plus! Also I'm trying this out in Summer, maybe in the cooler months this would perform better/longer. Really this is helping me stretch out my expensive foundation by not using it when all I need is TM. This is my first TM so I have nothing to compare it to. All in all...if you buy it remember it's just a moisturizer with a tint to it.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
It has a good coverage for a drugstore product.... It's so light on my skin and it's so inexpensive
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Red Eyes: Hazel
I have been using this product on and off for years. When BB creams started out and were all the rage I was confused, because I'd always used this which essentially was the first mainstream US BB cream (SPF, skin perfectors, antioxidants...).
I have finicky skin and retinol seems to help with some oil control and keep it clear. It is VERY SHEER. I repeat, VERY SHEER, so this will not replace foundation but is great for a primer or if you don't want alot of coverage. The price is fantastic, you can find it at almost any store and many times on sale, and the colors as others have mentioned are very forgiving and even doing a shade darker is nice because it warms up my skin during the winter. Packaging is great but catch 22 on the clearish bottle...can let light get to it but darker and you wouldn't see how much product you have left. Make sure to check the expiration date though under the bottom of the product to make sure it's not expired if it's on sale.
I have actually found my best combination is one pump of Skin79s hot pink lable BB cream which is medium coverage but clings to the skin very well and has good oil control and a pump of this to be the perfect consistency and all the goodies inside. The Skin79 is a little bit too thick for me and the NHKE is not quite heavy enough, and I like having additional sunscreen in my moisturizer and Skin79 because of the retinol.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
I don't know how many bottles of this I've bought. I love it! I used to use more high end tinted moisturizers but this is just as good imo.
It's very sheer. It evens out your skin tone, it doesn't cover it up. My skin has some redness in it and this with a bit of powder over makes it look better but still very natural. My skin is in the oily side but this doesn't leave me greasy at all. I use about 2 pumps for my whole face. Decent sunscreen and the retinol has definitely helped keep my skin smooth. I keep the bottle in my bathroom cabinet to keep it out of the light to help preserve the retinol, etc.
The colors are very forgiving. I have fair skin and can wear the light to neutral and the neutral to tan, and I'm not tan at all.
Love the pump! The bottle doesn't break and I've dropped in at least 10xs. It doesn't leak so its great for travel and keeping in your bag.
I have nothing negative to say about it
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
update: I had to stop wearing this when the warmer months approached -- spf 20 isn't high enough and the retinol was thinning my skin and my age spots worsened. You could wear additional sunscreen underneath if you want.....
I've tried just about every BB cream/tinted moisturizer at the drugstore and this is one of the best. It has a fair amount of retinol in it along with SPF 20. It's just what I need to get rid of current sun spots while also preventing future ones. All the BB creams I've tried are too shiny and feel tacky. I use 2 1/2 pumps of this (I use a lot for sunscreen) and apply all over my face. After about 45 seconds, it has dried to a nice matte look but minus any caking or settling into fine lines as most matte products do. I don't have to finish with powder as I have to with foundation or BB cream. It hasn't caused any breakouts and my skin looks healthy/more even toned after I wash my makeup off at night. I gave the packaging 3 stars because it shouldn't be in a clear bottle because it has retinol in it, which should be in a non see through container to keep it stable. I keep mine in the medicine cabinet out of the light to help this problem. I've been using this product for about 6 weeks now and I plan on repurchasing. I actually plan on wearing this as my wedding makeup; it's that good. This is after trying L'oreal True Match and Lancome foundation/powder. They both do not stand up to this product.