What Bourjois say...
Give your skin a radiance boost with Bourjois’ Healthy Mix Serum Gel foundation – made from a vitamin-rich fruit therapy formula for an even complexion and an instant anti-fatigue result!
Its fresh and instant blending gel texture blends and glides onto the skin for an even, natural finish with no mask effect. Imperfections are erased, signs of fatigue are smoothed and the skin’s radiance is boosted for up to 16 hours*.
Made from an instant anti-fatigue vitamin-rich fruit therapy formula with litchi, goji berries and pomegranates.
Available in 6 radiance-boosting shades.
Tested for you:
69% more radiance after 4 weeks of use!**
And…it’s good for my skin!
· Hypoallergenic, lets skin breathe
· Dermatologically tested
Tested for you** :
• Complexion is perfectly even => 97% agreed
• Skin looks rested => 94% agreed
• The complexion is radiant => 89% agreed
• The product feels light feel on the skin => 91% agreed
*Scientifically tested on 10 panellists.
**Tested on 100 consumers for 4 weeks
Price: £10.99 for 30ml - buy here
Packaging: The bottle is a lot slimmer than the previous two Healthy Mix foundations, which I love as it fits really easy into my makeup bag & is great for travelling.
Does it do what it claims? I've had some really lovely compliments about how good my skin looks when wearing this foundation. Its gel formula means that it glides onto the skin & blends really quickly & easily. The coverage is also really good, I thought it would be very sheer but it covers all the redness around my nose & cheeks & is very buildable. It's actually a great dupe of YSL's Touche Éclat foundation.
Shade: I have shade 51 which is the lightest one available. Because the formula is so light & blendable, it's a great match even for my pale skin. I think in general Bourjois's shades have a yellow undertone which, for my complexion, is perfect & is the best colour match for my skin out of any foundations I've tried previously.
This foundation deserves ☆☆☆☆☆ - this is a definite 'must have' for anyone looking for a light foundation that gives your skin a radiant glow without looking shiny. I was convinced that YSL's Touche Éclat foundation was the foundation for me but Healthy Mix Serum is a third of the price & actually suits my skin a lot better.
Have you tried Healthy Mix Serum, or any of the other foundations in the Healthy Mix range? What did you think?
Let me know in the comments below :)