I adore the Antipodes brand. I reviewed their skincare range 'Here' back in October 2015.
And I must say that the Aura Manuka Honey mask has fast become one of my holy grail products!
This time I was lucky enough to be sent something from their makeup range, the Antipodes Performance Plus Mineral Foundation SPF15.Beautifully packaged, with a matching Kabuki brush the fine-textured, lightweight Performance Plus Mineral Foundation provides a build-able, light-to-medium coverage that creates a healthy, flawless and skin-perfect appearance.
The 100% natural foundation not only covers and treats blemishes and pigmentation flaws, but hydrates the skin and helps to actively improve skin health.
Available in four shades - pale pink, light yellow, medium beige and tan.
This hydrating foundation features revolutionary Vinanza Performance Plus®, an antioxidant-packed extract from sauvignon blanc grape seeds and the skin of the superfruit kiwifruit.
It helps reduce facial flushing, while earth minerals help balance oil production, rescue blemished skin and provide the most natural of tones.
This lightweight foundation is suitable for all skin conditions including normal, oily, blemish-prone and rosacea.Mineral foundation, it really does feel like a second skin.
Providing an SPF 15, means that I have some sun protection benefits whilst wearing it.
My skin above is very mixed in it's appearance, from open pores to some pigmentation - to dark circles.
Antipodes Performance Plus Mineral Foundation all of these issues are blurred out, and my skin is left feeling hydrated and even in it's appearance.
The Kabuki brush (sold separately 'Here' for £16.00) works wonders with the minerals, enabling you to use the smallest amount to simply buff onto your skin until the desired amount of coverage is reached.
You can purchase the Antipodes Performance Plus Mineral Foundation for £26.00 'Here'
This pot offers you 11 g / 0.37 fl oz amount of product - and a little really does go a long way!
The Antipodes Performance Plus Mineral Foundation is fast overtaking my beloved Bare Minerals loose powder foundation.
What do you think of mineral foundations? What's your favourite?
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