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Reviewer: Lulz
Location:Boston
Age Range:25-34
Skin Type:Sensitive
Skin Shade:Medium
Hair Color:Brunette
Eye Color:Brown
Date:08/03/2013
The powder is better.
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1 out of 5
1 out of 5
The colors also do not match which was my biggest problem with it. I wear Medium Beige in the powder and it's perfect. This stuff is about one shade too light. I was color matched at Sephora and they advised the Medium Beige in the Ready Foundation was the best match for me. It seemed fine, until I looked in my car mirrors while outside in daylight. I took it back and switched it for the powder. If the colors matched perfectly like the powder, I would've tried using it longer.
I have 2 red, blemishes and it did seem to cover them up better than the powder and concealer brush..but since this is the only thing new I have used, this product might actually have given them to me in the first place. I saw another reviewer also mention breakouts since using it. It might even be good as a concealer underneath the powder.
I bought this thinking it'd be like other compacts that typically come with some kind of brush making it super easy to use while on the go. Nobody at Sephora mentioned that it doesn't. Not being easy to use on the go kind of defeats the purpose for me. You still have to kind of tap it and make a mess everywhere.
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Helpful Votes Recieved: 7out of 12found this review helpful.
 
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 Benzoyl Peroxide 10
Benzoyl Peroxide 10
provides extra control of acne blemishes on contact
 
Can this replace Proactiv?
I break out once a month and normally use Proactiv but sick of the drying and expense. Anyone ever use this to replace Proactiv since their active ingredient is Benzoyl Peroxide?
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Lulz
Boston
9 months ago
 
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