The Oxygenetix Oxygenating Foundation featured in this post was provided for editorial consideration. All opinions are 100% my own.
As a general beauty fanatic and beauty industry professional, you know I see my fair share of foundations. And then some! Some are duds, some are just okay, and then there are some that I know will stick around for a while. I can say that’s the case for Oxygenetix Oxygenating Foundation which I’ve been testing out in a variety of situations for the past few weeks.
My thoughts after wearing and testing Oxygenetix Oxygenating Foundation to the fullest of my abilities? This is pretty great stuff!
Oxygenetix Oxygenating Foundation was created with plastic surgeons, dermatologists, and scientists to fill a need for natural, breathable, chemical-free foundations that are beneficial to those who have skin concerns or who have undergone aesthetic skin procedures, which include chemical peels and laser surgery.
The key ingredients include Ceravitae™ Complex, and aloe and triple silica gel technology. These, along with Vitamin E, grape seed extract and Salix alba extract, work together for foundation that not only offers medium to full coverage, but also supports the production of new skin cells and aids in the healing process from any skin procedures. It’s water resistant and sweat proof and offers a SPF 25 of UVA and UVB coverage.
There are 14 shades available and I chose almond. I’m very impressed with the natural coverage which doesn’t clash with my normal-to-oily skin. It doesn’t fade away quickly, but my skin does get a “glow” at the end of the day. I make sure to touch up with powder and all is well. No oil slick skin results, so I’m a happy camper.
My Final Thoughts: Oxygenetix Oxygenating Foundation offers a beautiful coverage that photographs well and is also suitable for those with sensitive skin issues or who are recovering from skin procedures.