Beauty Swellness: Dermalogica Sheer Tint and Cover Tint

April 10, 2013 at 4:58 PM 2 comments

dermalogica sheer cover tint

I keep fondling my face.

Wait, that sounds a little dirty. Not in a slutty way — I’m just in love with how well hydrated my skin feels after a Dermalogica facial I was treated to today. After a blissful treatment, I was sent home with three products to help with my dehydrated skin and a few tips. Have dehydrated skin? I’ll share the tips; sharing is caring, right?

  • Spritz on a good five sprays or so of the Multi-Active Toner, says Amanda, my Dermalogica skin expert today. Good to know as in the past I’ve only been spraying twice, which isn’t nearly enough.
  • Use your ring finger to pat on the Intensive Eye Repair (and you only need about a tiny dab the size of a grain of rice total — “this tube should last you about 10 months,” says Amanda). You’ll be as gentle as you need to be in the eye area with your ring finger compared to your index finger.
  • For the Skin Hydrating Booster, place 5-10 drops in the palm of one hand and rather than smoothing it all over your face from your palm, dab on the liquid with your fingers (“Smoothing it all over your face using your palm will waste too much of the product in this case,” she says).

She completed my facial by applying the new Dermalogica Cover Tint and Sheer Tint ($60 each) that launch this month. They both offer sheer coveragein three shades (perfect, I think, for travel — I typically go with a simpler makeup routine when on the road) and boast crosslinked hyaluronic acid (which means they bind moisture five time more than non-crosslinked HA).

Five times the moisture-binding. No wonder my skin feels so nice and dewy.

Dermalogica toner, eye repair and booster




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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Leesah Em  |  April 10, 2013 at 10:43 PM

    Have you tried their primer? It is amazing!


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