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Ageless Derma Pressed Mineral Foundation Review

I don't wear a lot of make up, and when I do it's very minimal. I've never been one to wear a lot of foundation. But because of my skin tone, and a few scars, when I do wear makeup I will wear some type of foundation (usually mineral powder or something every light).

So I was looking forward to giving the Ageless Derma Natural Pressed Mineral makeup Foundation PARABEN FREE with Vitamin A, E and Green Tea Extracts a try 

My first thought was that I liked the smell. I don't normally go around smelling my makeup! But when I opened it, I couldn't help but notice the pleasant smell. Then I read the ingredients. It has green tea, and if I'm not mistaken sandlewood. It reminded me of the spa :) 

The application was easy. It was pretty much just swipe and apply. It went on easy enough. It blended well. It covered but wasn't 'too much'. And it seemed to last. 

Below is a before (on the left) and after (on the right). 

Same room - same lighting - no filter - so as you can see it did help cover my natural red tint. And although my skin is sensitive, I haven't had any reactions or breakouts. 
Overall, I'm pleased with the Ageless Derma Pressed Mineral Foundation

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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  1. I do not wear much make-up and I like to wear mineral make-up when I do because it looks very natural.

  2. My best friend has had lupus for more than 20 years and still has not found the right combinations to cover all her imperfections...I am going to give her a copy of this ...thank you


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