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I'm not a big make-up buyer, but over the past 5 years I've tried maybe 5 different foundations - one expensive, the rest less so. I saw an ad for this in the Costco magazine, & figured it was more propaganda. I'm so tired of being disappointed! I'm 54, have fairly smooth skin but pretty uneven coloration. I HATE wearing stuff on my face because I hate the feel of it. But, often vanity wins out & I use a foundation, although I've never liked cakey the look of it. Try as I might to apply it lightly, it never looks natural. I put this stuff on and, holy cow, I couldn't believe it. I saw the word "airbrushed" in the ad, and I thought, yeah right. But darned if it doesn't give that appearance. Do I look like I have a model's skin in a print ad? No. But how phony is that anyway? Do I look dewy and glowing? Well, closer than I've ever been! Yes, I still can see a couple of light age spots on the side of my face, although they are lighter. I am not obsessed with my skin looking perfect - I just want it to look good and healthy. My pores are much less obvious, although yes, I still see the larger ones. And it does go on so smooth & easy; no dabbing around with a makeup sponge.
Got this for my wife for Christmas. She's had other lower end ones from the big box stores. They either all died or didn't work right. She makes a lot of her own seasoning stuff and what not in the kitchen. So far she says its the best blender she's ever had. She made smoothies for us the other night which were great!