If you have oily skin, or sensitive skin, you should try this out. It's oil free, and this NEVER caused any problem on my cheek. I've tried so many blush, and my skin is so sensitive that most of the blush on the market breaks me out. (from d/s brand, to high-end ie. Chanel, BB, MAC, YSL, Nars) For years, I've been testing out blush with my face. I even have some break-out slow-healing scars due to trying so many. I regret that I didn't find this product earlier. This color is my favorite because I love how this blush justs makes your cheeks "pop," without the I-have-blush-on look. I'm gonna compare this to the Chanel Irreelle blush. They are both very sheer; a BIG plus when you're going for the natural look, or you just wanted something on your cheek, but not over done. However, this product doesn't require a brush, unlike the powder blush. I'm ano with brushes, and I get lazy from time to time when I don't feel like cleaning my brush everyday. With the Aquablush, I just glide it on, blend with my finger, and done! you don't have to spend 5 min, layering and layering sheer blush until you finally see some color, then realized that you piled too much on. Lastly, there's a little plastic cap on the top of the stick. It's supposed to seal the blush from losing moisture (it is 90% water), I recommend that you press the cap in gently until it "locks" the top. That way you'll blush will always stay fresh and moisture. I love fancy packaging, and I know a lot of people complains about the Chantecaille silver plastic packaging. However, if this is the solution to my cheek breakouts, then so be it. I can live with this tube, and have a million other cute packaging products.