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Slathering on sunscreen can seem more like a chore than a proper primping ritual, but COOLA's standout facial tint has us (gasp) actually looking forward to applying SPF. Made with 70 percent organic ingredients, including plenty of free radical–fighting antioxidants, the silky, nongreasy formula dries down to a matte finish (and does so without an overpowering scent!). Two skin-safe mineral sunblocks—titanium and zinc dioxide—are suspended in a moisturizing base to ensure a smooth, even application, and the subtle beige tint evens out skin tone and masks flaws. Shea butter naturally softens skin. Works best for light to medium complexions.
I really disliked this product. It had an oily texture and seemed to settle in my pores versus floating in top an covering.1
I was definitely not impressed with this product. There was not enough in the sample to even test the product. I only got 2 uses and that barely cut it. This product would be way too expensive for how much you get in the bottle.1
First of all, this has a weird smell. Secondly, as it is marketed as a facial spf, I would've expected something higher than 30. Not worth the money.1
I found this product to not have much "tint" in it, so it really didn't work well as a cover-up. I would expect a tinted moisturized to at least hid minor irregularities in my skin and this one did not.1
This feels amazing going on but after a few hours settled into fine lines around my eyes and mouth. I tried with moisturizer and without with the same result, very disappointing1
No coverage and did not absorb oil at all.No corrections to skin were noticeable. I thought it blended well though.1
I understand this may be typical for mineral cosmetics, but I'm not a big fan of its grainy consistency. My skin did not properly absorb it. Plus, the sample was half empty, I had to squeeze hard right away to get a bit of product out which was quite disappointing.1
I really dislike the sample I recieved. There was a drop of product, it smelled awful, the color was orange, and didn't blend at all. Do not buy this.1
It wasn't bad, but I did not like how it felt when I put it on my face underneath my makeup. It didn't really seem to add anything to it.1
I can't imagine why anyone would need a matte spf. Maybe if you were going to the beach and didn't really want to wear makeup (but then you wouldn't really wear any at all)?d This entire product just seemed pointless unless you're basically wearing no makeup regularly.1