- Yellow hides blemishes, under-eye circles and other minor skin imperfections.
- Green hides red blemishes and scars.
- Flesh tone shades cover any minor skin imperfections.
Ingredients: TRIDECYL STEARATE, NEOPENTYL GLYCOL DICAPRYLATE/DICAPRATE, TRIDECYL TRIMELLITATE, CARTHAMUS TINCTORIUS (SAFFLOWER) SEED OIL, OZOKERITE, DIETHYLHEXL ADIPATE, ETHYLHEXYL STEARATE, ETHYLHEXYL PALMITATE, ISOPROPYL LANOLATE, BEESWAX, KAOLIN, ASCORBYL PALMITATE, BHT, CETEARYL ETHYLHEXANOATE, CITRIC ACID, GLYCERYL OLEATE, PROPYLENE GLYCOL, TBHQ, VEGETABLE OIL, PROPYLPARABEN. MAY CONTAIN: TITANIUM DIOXIDE, CHROMIUM OXIDE GREENS, IRON OXIDES, TALC, ULTRAMARINES.
Avoid contact with eyes. Keep out of reach of children. Discontinue use if irritation occurs.
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Susan: about a year ago
With a little time and effort this does a good job hiding undereye dark circles. Lots of blending needed, just gently tapping it on. Then a light concealer over top to cover the yellow colour. I found a liquid concealer over top worked best - lots of trial and error to get it just right, but still a good result!
Gina: about a year ago
This is my favourite concealer, it covers well and spreads nicely. I gave it a bit lower rating because the previous time I bought it had a rancid smell so I wonder if it was old stock. This last time I ordered (recently) though it was fine so maybe the other was just a bad batch.
Barbara: more than a year ago
This is the 1st time I have tried this product and I love this product! It has a very nice texture and does what it is intended to do better than any other I have tried. I am in the aesthetic industry and would recommend it to clients. FYI I am using the Physician's Formula minerals and love them as well.
Ashley: more than a year ago
I love the yellow concealer. It's thick and creamy, so doesn't thin-out when you apply your foundation over it. It stays put, does its job, and never looks cakey. The yellow is perfect for the under eye area, it counteracts the purple. I find it best applied with a brush, it's almost too creamy for a sponge or beauty blender.