I have to admit I had never tried Cover FX before I received their skin tint and although I have heard the name they are not a company I know too much about. So of course I had to go and have a good old google, and the more I read the more I found I was really interested. I’ve always had breakouts and managed to cover them ok – but last year I was diagnosed with Rosacea and to cover that was a bit more hard, the red ‘rash’ seemed to show through everything. So to find out that Cover FX is made to cover over such medical conditions got me wanting to know more. Obviously this tint on its own isn’t want they advise to fully cover Rosacea I will definitely be looking into trying there 3 step Rosacea cover up.
I have been using the colour C Light. Skin Tint FX is moisturising, regenerative and complete with an SPF of 30. It is suitable for all skin types including sensitive and containing pearlized minerals to give a hint of colour and the sun kissed look. While being oil free, wax free, fragrance free and paraben free.
The Skin Tint comes in 6 different colours.
C is for Pink Tones.
E is for Pink/Yellow Tones.
M is for Yellow/Olive Tones.
They also do a B which is for Brown toned skins – but for some reason they don’t seem to have this in the skin tint – on the website you can also compare what shade would suit you using other brands you may know your perfect shade from.
I have to admit the first time I went to use this I really thought there was no way in hell it would work for me but I was really surprised hopefully this picture will show you why.
This Skin tint has a liquid to powder formulation which I have to admit I’ve stayed away from in the past but I actually quite like. It’s a light to medium coverage and I can see it being great for the up and coming lovely weather we will be having (ever the optimist here). Though maybe in winter it might be better as a base.
It really smooth’s the skin and gives an even finish, while covering smaller blemishes and giving off a sun kissed look. It’s come to be one of my go to – quick fix items on my dressing table even on a bad day I can quickly pop this on and know at least my skin looks a bit better and is protected.
You can grab yourself this little beauty for House of Fraser or Harvey Nichols for £36.00 and during June Cover FX will be donation 25p from each sale to Skcin, The Karen Clifford Skin Cancer Charity (UK).
Have you given Cover FX a try? What’s your favourite product of theirs? I would love to try some more.
*Product supplied free of charge in return for my opinions – which are as ever honest.