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Sarah Chapman Skinesis Skin Insurance Tinted SPF30 30ml

Sarah Chapman Skinesis Skin Insurance Tinted SPF30 30ml

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Overall Rating : 4.0 / 5 (6 Reviews)
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Couldn't live without this now.  Good coverage, lovely tint and all year round brilliance

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Great tinted moisturizer with spf even for sensitive skin

A great product. Leaves the skin feeling smooth, protected from the sun and with a beautiful tint. However, the tint might not suit darker or very pale skin types (I’m light-medium). Also, the product transfers on clothes as it doesn’t get absorbed completely. On the bright side, it didn’t break me out, which most products with SPFs do, and it smells great.

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Really wanted to like it but...

It’s not as good as Dr Dennis Gross SPF 40. Less coverage, funny smell and tube is impractical as it’s hard and you can’t squeeze the product out. Positives: leaves skin soft and smooth. Even though it’s impractical the tube does look nice.

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Great product

Easy to apply, gives a nice glow to the skin, covers some redness and it’s a good base to apply makeup.

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Perfect protection and coverage

I love this product so much. After trying other tinted SPF’s this is by far the best I have found. Goes on well, doesn’t sit in pores or look cakey and blurs imperfections. Light finish and doesn’t feel heavy.

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Great product bad packaging

This is a perfect example of a great product in bad packaging. The tube is made of hard plastic with a pump attached to it. The product does not always come out well blended. I am also wondering how I’m going to get the last bit of product out since the tube is probably too hard to cut open.

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