Perfect skin is something we all want. Who doesn't wish for a silky-smooth, fully-hydrated, blemish-free face that glows? Sadly, spots, tired eyes and harsh pigmentation blights us all from time to time. Hot on the tails of the NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer being voted the best in the world by Reddit earlier this month, the brand's Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturiser has received first-rate reviews online, with beauty fans hailing it as a the perfect cover up. It's been praised as the product which 'cures' acne and dark circles with its oil-free formula. And as well as having an all-important sun protection factor, it comes in an impressive 12 shades.
Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturiser, £30, NARS
Protecting your skin from the sun is imperative - heading out without any SPF is dangerous, even on the cloudiest of days. This light formula contains an SPF of 30, which will help shield your skin from the sun’s harmful rays.
Helps fade pigmentation
Pigmentation and age spots happen to us all, but with the right treatment, they can look less harsh on bare skin. With a list of natural ingredients including botanicals and hydration extracts, the tinted moisturiser will reduce the appearance of hyperpigmentation and dark spots in as little as four weeks. According to the John Lewis website, many shoppers commented they felt their skin got better the more they used the product.
With essences of mineral-rich sea water, the dewy cream gives skin a softer, smoother finish whilst still offering a generous coverage. Light when applied, with a non-sticky texture, the formula is velvety and a great alternative to foundation.
The tinted moisturiser comes in 12 shades
Kind to the skin
Ladies who suffer from skin that is uber-sensitive, don't worry. We already know it's oil-based, but also dermatologically tested, non-comedogenic and synthetic, fragrance-free, so it's free from all harsh properties. Plus, it's easy to remove without clogging.