Another anti-ageing foundation? Well, yes, but because I’m the right age to see the sense in this, I’m quite a fan of Dr Lewinns Anti-Ageing Foundation, going with the ‘every little helps’ adage.
On a day to day basis, I can’t say you see the benefits of rose stem cells (although plant stem cell technology is having its moment right now), Matryixl (to boost collagen) and Tournaline (to boost radiance), but I hope that down the line it might have an effect – you never know!
The texture is fluid and it gives a semi-matte finish; actually it’s a beautiful, velvety finish but I find I need to put plenty of moisturiser on underneath. The coverage is not light, so it’s a good one for a glam evening look. At £25, it’s reasonably priced for the anti-ageing element and it lasts very well on my skin. You can find it HERE.
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