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A Hint of Tint: Tinted Moisturizers

by Organic Spa Magazine

As we get older, the tendency is to pile on more makeup, when, in fact, the opposite approach is always more flattering. That’s where tinted moisturizer comes in.

Unlike foundation, which tends to seep into fine lines and wrinkles and make them look more pronounced, a hint of tint, with SPF to protect from UV rays and moisturizer to plump up dry skin, will always leave the skin looking juicier and more radiant. Here are some new—and tried-and-true—ones to try.

MyChelle Sun Shield Liquid Tint SPF 50

This new oil-free product, good for all skin types, offers 100 percent mineral broad-spectrum protection, is extremely lightweight and features zinc oxide as the active ingredient

Josh Rosebrook Nutrient Day Cream Tinted SPF 30

The texture of this product is flawless: It melts into the skin, with plant oils that moisturize and SPF 30 for daily protection. A little goes a long way. 

True Botanicals Everyday Sheer Coverage SPF 20

With zinc oxide as the active ingredient, this not only offers full-spectrum protection, it is loaded with moisturizing oils and botanicals with antioxidant properties. 

W3LL People Bio Tint Multi-Action Face Moisturizer SPF 30

This satiny tinted moisturizer, created by a team including a celebrity makeup artist, features moisturizing organic coconut, brightening organic algae, rejuvenating broccoli seed oil and peptides to help smooth rough, uneven skin. 

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