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This week we test: tinted moisturiser

PUBLISHED : Sunday, 13 May, 2012, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 13 May, 2012, 12:00am

Tinted moisturiser is a good alternative for people who don't like plastering on foundation but want a little coverage while keeping skin soft.

8/10

Bobbi Brown SPF15 Tinted Moisturizer (HK$340/ 50ml)

A great product for make-up newbies, this offers lightweight coverage and effective moisturising, is easily absorbed and blended, and is slightly mattifying. Pricy if you intend to use it daily, though.

8/10

Dermagram Sun Defense Fluid SPF30 PA++ Tinted (HK$230/ 30ml)

This anti-allergic product has herbal ingredients and is made for Asian skin tone. Its light weight gives skin an ultra-sheer texture while protecting it against UVA and UVB rays. Highly recommended.

6/10

Floxia SPF50 (HK$390/ 40ml)

This was a bit sticky, but rubbed in easily and was not too oily. The orange colour was a little off-putting but it smelled nice!

9/10

Anna Lotan Green Camellia Tinted Day Cream SPF30 (HK$320/ 50ml)

Creamy and super soft in texture, and thankfully not sticky or oily. Fragrance-free and non-irritating, it slightly conceals redness and under-eye circles, and evens out your complexion in a flash.

4/10

The Body Shop Vitamin E Tinted Moisture Lotion (HK$159/ 50ml)

This is watery, the tint makes no difference, it's not particularly moisturising and the smell is just plain weird. The only things in its favour are the price and Vitamin E content. A little goes a long way, as they say.

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