Oxygenetix Oxygenating Foundation ($66) has a cult following—and for good reason. From doctors to celebrities and everyone in between—this foundation is widely beloved for its beautiful, breathable formula that protects skin while evening tone. Cindy Crawford, Elle Macpherson, Kourtney Kardashian, and Margot Robbie are just a sampling of the stars that swear by this foundation. Plastic surgeons love the product for post-procedure coverage that lets sensitive skin breathe. Now Oxygenetix is releasing an Oxygenating Concealer ($49) to expand coverage.
The brand is referring to its most recent launch as “a prodigy of the award-winning Oxygenating Foundation.” After trying the concealer, I can attest that it’s a worthwhile prodigy. Just a single pass is needed of two to three drops of the concealer to cover the dark circles under my eyes. However, it can cover much more than that, including scarring, post-injectable bruising, broken capillaries, tattoos, cystic acne and rosacea.
Full coverage isn’t the only benefit of this concealer. The formula features patented Ceravitae to help promote oxygen uptake to skin cells, making it an exceptional option for post-procedure healing and coverage. This enhanced oxygen uptake boosts cell rejuvenation and promotes healthier skin, while aloe vera soothes the skin and reduces inflammation.
The concealer comes in nine shades, and if you already wear Oxygenetix foundation, the website will tell you which concealer will match it best. The pigment will stay put throughout the day as it’s sweat, transfer and water-resistant. While it covers up imperfections, it also protects against UV and environmental pollutants. Folding it into your daily regimen is a no-brainer.