Devita Moisture Tints™ Light - Broad Spectrum SPF 15 -- 2.5 oz
I was looking for a not-too-heavy, not-too-thin light foundation (tinted moisturizer). This one fit the bill. My first priority was that it had good ingredients, free of toxic chemicals. Then I wanted one that was not too yellowy. This one glides on smoothly. You can put it on very lightly for a casual day, or put a bit more on for an important event. I sometimes add a bit of powder on top to finish it off. I doesn't look at all like a foundation might. Just makes my skin look clearer, but natural. My only wish would be for 5 shades, cause I could probably do with a shade between fair and medium.
November 24, 2014
Works for Me
I have been using this product for about a month and I like it. For the summer months I wanted to skip using foundation on top of my moisturizer and this works.
June 28, 2014
Great Tinted Moisturizer
I Love this under mineral foundation. The coverage is very light but it makes a really good base. It's lightweight, doesn't break me out and gives my skin a glow(not oily at all though).
June 21, 2014
I like this for an SPF moisturizer to wear under makeup. It doesn't give much (if any) coverage. The color seems a bit orange... but once I blend it in it pretty much disappears and I don't notice myself looking orange at all.
I purchased this over the normal SPF 30 moisturizer because I saw some reviews saying that it's new formula left a white cast on your face and was hard to blend in - I figured the lower SPF and the tint would prevent any 'white cast' issues and I am happy with my choice. I will likely purchase it again. (But may try the SPF30 untinted version in the summer.)
January 2, 2014
Works well, looks good, smells good
I've tried most of the BB creams, including the expensive ones. This goes on very smoothly, with good coverage, but sheer enough. Most of them still have the ingredients that are hard to pronounce and best avoided. This ingredient list is free of parabens, with clear descriptions--things you WANT to feed your skin with. After all, if you can take medications through your skin, then whatever you put on it every day is going into your system and adding to the toxic load (or not). My dermatologist told me to look for sunscreens that are stictly mineral. This fits the prescription. Lastly, a full 2.5 ounces makes this a good value (compare to 1 oz. containers at the same price!). The light shade is good for winter, but not as pale as the Japanese BB creams tend to be.
December 18, 2013