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Tinted Moisturizer/Foundation

I have oily and sensitive skin, but summer is coming and I REALLY need a good tinted moisturizer or foundation with spf in it that wont break me out or make my skin look even oilier than it already is!!!

PLEASE HELP 😕

I had the same problem as you do, until I found one great...

I had the same problem as you do, until I found one great product. I use Say yes to brand for ALL my skincare needs!! They have a lot of different selections for things it was made out of, like carrots, cucumbers, etc. But the great thing is, all of their facewashes help so much! They make skin feel baby butt soft, and does not dry your face out whatsoever, or make it oily. Since it is mostly natural and organic, it will not be to harsh on your skin, and not make you break out because it was to harsh for your sensitive skin! Try it, I love it!! ❤️

I know this is going to sound backwards, but it works for...

I know this is going to sound backwards, but it works for me. I use Laura Mercier's Tinted Moisturizer (both have spf 20). I do not use the oil-free one and this is why. I tried the oil-free one, it made my face even more oily than normal and I broke out (pimples). I decided to try the regular one and although my face feels oily, it does not shine and I do not break out. I use blotting paper if necessary. Most oil-free products make my face oiler than normal. Again, this could be me. If you go to a store, you can ask for a sample. That's how I found out what worked for me.

by strmysony 7 minutes ago A good SPF moisturizer i...
by BEAUTY MAVENstrmysony 7 minutes ago
A good SPF moisturizer is Philosophy Hope oil-free spf 30, it absorbs quickly and doesn't leave you oily.
totally agree.  It's a nice product.
Another option that could be used with the tinted moistur...

Another option that could be used with the tinted moisturizer are SPF powders. These can curb shine throughout the day and add sun protection. Tarte, Clinique, Laura Mercier, Bare Escuentals, et cetera all have powders with an SPF.

Re: Another option that could be used with the tinted moistur...
A good SPF moisturizer is Philosophy Hope oil-free spf 30, it absorbs quickly and doesn't leave you oily.
I have very oily skin, too.  I wouldn't recommend a tinte...

I have very oily skin, too.  I wouldn't recommend a tinted moisturizer because even the oil-free ones tend to clog pores and cause breakouts.  I'd recommend using a foundation primer with an SPF for your sun protection.  Murad Oil-Control Mattifier SPF 15 is a convenient foundation primer that offers oil control, UVA/UVB sun protection and a matte finish which you can read more about at:  http://sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P227801&categoryId=B70

As far as makeup goes, I would try Clinique Acne Solutions Liquid Makeup because it has great coverage, neutralizes redness and is medicated to help prevent future breakouts.  You can find it at:  http://sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P259605&categoryId=B70

You can also use Clinique Acne Solutions Clearing Concealer for any hard to cover blemishes.  It is medicated, too, and you can find it at: http://sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P244700&categoryId=B70

I hope this helps you.  🙂

I agree with the last comment suggesting laura mercier OI...

I agree with the last comment suggesting laura mercier OIL FREE (for your oily skin)

 I have good skin and so i use it year round because i don't need that much coverage and it is awesome 😄

however that patricular tinted moisturizer has no SPF, so i would wear a moisturizer with a high SPF underneath

I would recommend laura mercier's oil-free tinted moistur...

I would recommend laura mercier's oil-free tinted moisturizer.  It gives great coverage but is very lightweight, so it's great for summer.

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