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Rated 5 out of 5 by The Best Primer Ever If you have red complexion from rosacea or just red ruddy skin coloring, this is the best I have ever used, and I have tried them all. It covers redness and your makeup just glides right over it,making your makeup application easier and you look great! 03/15/2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Brilliant You must wear a foundation or powder with this. Some people make the mistake of using too much . A little goes a long way with this product. Conceals redness so beautifully. 05/17/2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by It's Not for Me This primer is okay but it makes a white cast on your skin and unless you're wearing a heavy foundation there's no way to hide it. I am returning it. 11/18/2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best Redness Reducing Primer I have Ever Used!!! I have been using this primer for years, and it is the absolute best that I have found!! I have a baseline pinkness in the cheeks and forehead and need very calming products. Your skin needs to be well cared for to get the most out of this product. If you don't have a regimen of regular exfoliation and a good daily / nightly moisturizer, you will find this chalky (I have seen those reviews in the past). I take good care of my skin, and I find this primer to be amazing!! I use a SkinCeuticals serum followed by MDCreme BB cream (SPF 50! also a staple and very calming) followed by a very thin layer of this color corrector. That's it - no foundation - just smooth, clear skin. It wasn't until I discovered this primer that I could stop using foundation to hide my pink hues. I then simply apply eyebrow tint, mascara, and a neutral lip for daily wear ... and I'm on my way. Try it!! But don't give up if it's white / chalky - you only need very thin layer. If you are still finding it chalky, you may need a better overall skin regimen first, which will likely also help with your redness anyway. 03/30/2016
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