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Say buh-bye to bandages and sayonara to shiny ointments—we’ve found the only cover-up you need (and no one will be the wiser). This concealer not only seamlessly covers blemishes and skin imperfections on face and body, it heals too, thanks to key ingredients like aloe and chamomile. It’s fragrance free, so it’s good for all of you out there with sensitive skin.
I thought this was for my face. I realized upon more perusing of the label. I then tried it on a 'boo boo' and it didn't work. It's too thin to work.1
Concealer did not come out of tube easily. I had to squeeze the tube so hard that it made the product squirt out so fast and so much. Which made a lot of waste.1
I wasn't too excited about this product. When I open the sample up...the product kind of separated. I had to mix it a bit. It was too late for my skintone so I just used it under my eyes as as a highlighter. It creased and didn't last all day. I wish I could have gotten the right color.1
I did not find that this cover-up worked for me. It was too thin and my blemishes showed thru even when I put on a second coat.1
maybe i am using it wrong - but this did nothing - and its supposed to cover tatoos?1
I think this is a great idea but I have two major complaints. The container was not sealed correctly so I received 1/10 of a messy sample. I have a scar on my hand that I tested this with. It says that medium was developed for "most skin types" which I usually fit into but was not the case with boo boo cover up. I'll give another sample a try once the dark shade gets released.1
Though I was excited to try this product, I found that it was too watery/runny, which made it provide far less coverage than I was hoping for. It did blend very nicely with my skin tone, just didn't conceal as well as I'd have hoped.1
This is too creamy and runny for a concealer and therefore is totally ineffective. it is more like a foundation than a concealer. I have other concealers I like way more.1
I purchased this some months ago to have on hand in case I needed it. Then I had eyelid surgery, which of course caused extensive bruising. I used the concealer to cover as best I could (after a couple weeks of wearing sunglasses). It was OK but not great. I might have been asking it to do too much, but the coverage was spotty. The product is more liquid than cream, and so I couldn't really "pat" it on over the area I wanted to cover. The bruising and dark spots were faded but not really covered.
Since I had it on hand I used it, but I probably would try a different product if I needed a concealer again.
This sample spilled all over the inside of my birchbox. I was able to try a little bit of it but it was not quite the right color. I am sure that this is a probably a nice product- just not for me.2