Real Women Review: Covergirl & Olay Tone Rehab Foundation

We asked NewBeauty readers to share their biggest skin concerns, then test out Covergirl and Olay's Tone Rehab 2-in-1 Foundation ($16) for a month to see if it could help hide hyperpigmentation and give their skin an overall glowing appearance. Watch the video to hear what they had to say.

To watch our reader's share their skin concerns, watch this video too: http://youtu.be/naU-ifPpgtU

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  • Amy

    I am still using this product, if anyone wondered. I don't bother with concealer any more and once I figured out a good amount of this to use it has been great. I put it on with my fingers like a moisturizer or lotion b/c that is the consistency of the product and my skin looks even-steven. Thank you, New Beauty. (oh, and, PS-the camera adds 100 poounds, not 10...at least that's what I'm telling myself)

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  • Kelly

    Thank you NewBeauty! I've been looking for a new foundation- definitely trying this one.. hoping it covers my occasional blemishes!

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