I recently have tried out the Neutrogena Skin Clearing Oil Free makeup! I decided to use it for a couple of days before I did a review/demo. So since I have been using this foundation and powder for the past couple days- my final outcome is- I LOVE IT! It is a sensational foundation for anyone who has oily or acne prone skin.
Recently I switched my birth control and my hormones have been going crazy in the form of break outs and blemishs on my face. Today I went to get a facial and the girl told me that when you get breakouts around where I have them is due to hormones, and I knew the exact reason was because of my birth control switch. So anyway, after I solved the problems why I was getting the breakouts I needed to find a way to cover up the blemishes and red marks while I let my skin heal with the routine my facial lady told me to do. I googled "Best Foundation for Oily Skin" and it was on Elle Magazine online in which I found the Neutrogena Skin Clearing Oil Free Foundation!! I picked up two colors to mix them to make my perfect match.
I love this foundation so much because it covers SO well, it is light weight, and it dries matte on you skin! I just topped it off with some of the Neutrogena Skin Clearing powder. I now only powder my skin once per day instead of every hour or so!
So overall this foundation I would reccommend to anyone! If any of you have tried it let me know what you think of it!
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