After being a bare minerals veteran for quite some time and being thorouhgly impressed with the quality and the high coverage that the powder foundation offers me, I decided to take the plunge and buy the complexion rescue after hearing such rave reviews.
This gel is a combination of all things that we like for our skin, hydration, SPF and bit of coverage so you don't feel completely naked walking out the door. Every review I have read of this I have found that everyone has something really great to say about the formula.
First and foremost bare minerals is a brand that I completely trust when it comes to make up because as I am sure I have mentioned before, I am a really lucky lady and suffer with quite fierce break outs from time to time (currently going through one right now). Before I used bare minerals foundation I would say that my break outs were constant, as soon as one spot cleared up I had another two on there way to populate my chin, which as you can imagine isn't fun for anyone. Bare minerals really helped to clear my skin up and give me the coverage that I needed.
So you can imagine I was overjoyed to hear of a new product that is supposed to help your skin even more than the foundation does... When I first tried this product I loved it, it glides on the skin so nicely and creates a perfect dewy shield between your face and the atmosphere. I noticed a real difference in my skin after just using it - the faint lines on my forehead and around my eyes seemed to slowly disappear day by day due to the moisture my face was now receiving.
I was a bit gutted and disheartened as this product did make me break out but I spoke to lady at the bare minerals make up counter and she assured me that it is probably my skin getting used to the product and told me to persevere with it. I am still using it and at the moment I am just avoiding the area around my chin (my zit zone) because I love how hydrating it is for my skin, if you suffer with super dry skin or need to inject some moisture into your face the safe way then I would really give this a go!