Monday, November 24, 2008

Review: Benefit You Rebel Tinted Moisturizer

This is also a request from Precious.

What it Claims: Defiantly different tinted moisturizer with SPF 15 leaves your complexion healthy & protected with a hint of color. We've tossed in antioxidants, aloe vera & allantoin for soft, supple skin all year long.

Other info: Also comes in a lite formula for you fair skinned ladies.

Price: $ 30.00

Where you can buy it: Sephora,, and anywhere else Benefit is sold.

My Rating: 2 Peace signs

The Good: For those days you don't feel like wearing much makeup and need something quick this is definitely an alternative. A little goes a long way with this you need very little to cover your whole face. Blends easily and dries fast.

The Bad: I wouldn't recommend this for oily skin (like I have) because once your face starts getting oily this product really makes your skin look extra shiny and not that pretty glow either. It also doesn't hold up if you sweat or it's a humid day (like in the summers) when there's that extra moisture in the air. It definitely doesn't replace normal moisturizer so you still have to make sure you do that extra step because if you tend to have dry spots this won't really help that. In my opinion this product would work better for those with non oily skin.

Overall: I loved this at first but after using it for a couple of months and through weather changes I liked it less and less. To me, it really wasn't worth the $30.

*Just MY opinion of this product, you never know YOU could love it!*


jeSmakeup said...

another tinted moisterizer for u! haha and still no good for u?

makeupw. gevie said...

I've been looking for a good tinted moisturizer because I'm tired of packing on my foundation everyday.. I almost bought the Sonia Kashuk one yesterday but I held back (I've been doing that a lot and I hate it lol).. but yeah thanks for your review! I get really oily too and I don't want to look even oiler.

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