2 years ago
I didn't want to like this as much as I did, primarily because PTR is an overpriced brand with waaay overblown claims, nonexistent or minimal antioxidants in their products, and too many jars (which renders actives null, as well as a convenient medium for bacteria/viral growths). I got it half-priced and if I found it half-priced again, I would buy it. The application is smooth, the coverage even and it doesn't fade during all day wear. The amount of physical UVA-blocking sunscreen was the selling point for me. I use it from face to neck and upper chest depending on the shirt I'm wearing, with a colorless sunscreen applied everywhere else. The tinting and sunscreen are the only selling points, as it doesn't contain any antioxidants or skin-repairing ingredients; nevertheless, a strong sunscreen is the only defense against aging, wrinkles & discolorations. Ignore any and all foundation/BB/CC labels. These are not FDA-regulated even slightly and used at the manufacturer's whim rather than based on anything. It's all the same stuff with another label du jour to get you to buy it thinking it's different somehow.
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SkinVery Dry, Fair-Medium, Neutral
HairBlond, Wavy, Fine