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We've long been faithful to Jouer's best selling Luminizing Moisture Tint, a cult product that gives you a smooth, glowy complexion instantly. We never thought anything could come between us and our beloved LMT—until we met the mattifying version. And this formula does more than just look good: It nourishes and safeguards your complexion with vitamins A, C, and E to deflect free radicals, plus titanium and zinc dioxides for SPF 15 UV protection. There are five shades: Porcelain is best for very fair complexions; Linen is a slightly darker beige that works for pale complexions; Nude is a light tan suited to light to medium complexions; Chamomile is a golden tone for medium to tan complexions; and Hazel, a nutty brown, is perfect for tan to dark complexions.
I was not impressed with this product, it did nothing for my complexion1
I am not a fan of the texture and shade of this product. It does not blend in well1
Not buying this. The texture was too weird and it built up on my dry spots very badly. Uneven and splotchy. I'd rather use regular untinted sunscreen.1
I'm not sure how to determine my skin type, I wish there was a more accurate guide for that. I got a color that was way too dark for me.1
I am a fan of any product that can simplify my routine and make my face look and feel good. I simply didn't like this product. It felt more like a foundation to me than an moisturizer. And it wasn't mattifying to me, I looked very shiny. Not for me.1
This has VERY warm undertones and pulled pretty yellow on me. Also, not very moisturizing. I'd stay away if you have dry skin.1
I liked the color and the feel of this product. it looked nice with my skin tone.1
I don't feel like a lot of the makeup samples I've received how matched my skin tone. I didn't like the texture, color or feel of this product.1
The Jouer Matte Moisture Tint was too greasy on my face. I'm fair complected and the color was still too light for me.1
Even the lightest shade (Porcelain) was too dark and yellow-based for my (admittedly, very fair) skin. Coverage was minimal but still managed to make me look off.1