Review: Dr Perricone MD No Foundation Foundation

I need more foundation like I need a hole in the head (no comment) but nevertheless, as soon as I saw this Dr Perricone product, the No Foundation Foundation, I knew I had to try it…

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It’s a foundation thats not a foundation – well, it sort of is, but more of a tinted moisturiser. It contains a high SPF and is supposed to be suitable for the most sensitive skin types.

There is just one universal shade:

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The product also contains DMAE and Alpha Lipoic Acid – anti ageing ingredients…so I guess its supposed to be an all in one product. Its not cheap though £41 – so is it worth it?

They say:
No Foundation Foundation
The first advanced anti-aging translucent foundation.
With DMAE and Alpha Lipoic Acid.

This unique formula delivers many benefits of a traditional foundation without the heavy matte finish..[its a] multi-purpose product that provides natural translucent coverage, corrects skin undertones, instantly smoothes fine lines and boosts skin’s natural moisture throughout the day, all the while delivering antioxidant benefits.

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So the base comes in this little glass jar – you get 30ml which for some reason doesn’t feel like a lot but its pretty standard to get 30ml of base. You also get a pump with this so you don’t need to use a straw or something to get it out in the morning.

Here is the base. Remember this is a universal shade. Its quite sheer and light but nevertheless, if your skin is a lot lot lighter or a lot lot darker I am not sure it will blend in seamlessly. Its quite close to my skintone which is quite warm so on someone very pale I suspect it could look a little orange:

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It did feel lovely on my skin, blended in and added a gorgeous soft glow. I love the fact it is an everything base – light cover, anti ageing properties, SPF which is great.

Before:

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After:

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Cons:

- Its expensive

- I get the feeling the bottle will get annoying to get everything out of once it starts to run out

- The shade I doubt, is completely universal

- Cover is sheer so no good if you need medium-heavy coverage

Pros:

- Its a no brainer in the morning

- I have noticed my skin texture etc. looking better when using this product

- It leaves a natural, glowy finish

- It has the high SPF

Overall I think this is a fabulous product! It has its downsides but for someone like me, who is always in a rush, its perfect and it is also improving my skin condition meaning I will hopefully be able to use less base in the future.

Ingredients:

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You can buy it here.

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Comments

  1. Finally! A review where you get to see the actual product on the face! I think this isn’t for me as it is quite expensive and sheer for my liking. It does look good on you though!

  2. nice look!
    the packaging grosses me a little though- it looks like a medicine bottle.

  3. I’d really love to try Dr Perricone MD but I can’t afford it at this time. And, I’m also pretty young so the anti-ageing benefits aren’t beneficial :P Maybe in 3 – 5 years!

  4. i agree with jan, it looks like a medicine bottle haha.. but i heard great review about this product, and it was expensive =(

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