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A foundation that rolls back the years
Cover Girl has once again lived up to its claims. They say that their new Advanced Radiance Age Defying Makeup will take five years off the look of your skin. That may be an understatement. I felt more like it took seven to ten off of my fragile, aging skin. It left me with a beautiful, flawless looking complexion that I haven’t seen in years.
For this product, Cover Girl teamed with Olay to make a truly silky liquid foundation. Advanced Radiance Age Defying Makeup includes an amino-peptide ingredient that not only softens the look of lines and wrinkles, but comes close to making them disappear altogether. This creamy product easily covers those little flaws that you don’t want the world to see. However, it’s not heavy or cakey and leaves nothing behind but a youthful, radiant appearance. As if all that weren’t enough, oil free Advanced Radiance also offers a SPF sun protection of 10 to protect your skin from the harsh sun. It is also safe for the most sensitive skin (like mine).
Advanced Radiance comes in multiple colors, which include ivory, natural ivory, warm beige, buff beige, creamy beige, natural beige, creamy natural, medium light, soft honey, classic tan, tawny, toasted almond, and soft sable. It is packaged in an easy to use pump bottle that holds 30 milliliters, or one fluid ounce. It currently retails for $10.99 to $12.99, depending upon where it is purchased. It is available in most stores that carry Cover Girl makeup, which includes discount department and drug stores.
I am totally hooked on this foundation. I have very delicate, aging skin that cannot handle most of the heavy foundations on the market today. Even many of the other brands’ foundations for aging skin are too harsh for mine. This one, however, is just perfect. It is light and airy and gives my skin an amazing youthful glow.
Cover Girl’s Advanced Radiance Age Defying Makeup is a product that I highly recommend. It not only works, but actually works better than advertised. That doesn’t happen very often.