philosophy divine flawless foundation broad-spectrum uva/uvb spf 50
I DON'T GET IT!
When the Supernatural Superbeautiful foundation came out, I was ECSTATIC! I just put a pea size blob on the back of my hand and then dotted and blended on my face and it WASN'T GREASY, THICK, HEAVY, OR CAKEY. It looked like flawless beautiful skin! It even felt light on. They came out with that Flawless poress spf 30 about the same time and it felt slimy, and I sweated under it. AND it looked awful on. It went BACK. I felt FINALLY Philosophy had a wonderful foundation that looked like Philosophy stood for, NATURALLY PRETTY. Of course it was disc. THEN the Satin creme to powder, another lovely product, DISC.! NOW, this, even with the spf 50 which is a wonderful thing, can't hold a candle to either of those. PLEASE BRING BACK THE OTHER TWO GREAT FOUNDATIONS. Greasy with no coverage or luminosity doesn't cut it.
Purchased philosophy divine flawless foundation Light-medium broad-spectrum uva/uvb spf 50 . I like the coverage. DId not make my eyes water like most sunscreens do.
Having seen this on tv and read reviews, am wondering if I received the same thing as the others? What this did to/for me was like a heavy makeup and zero glow. Nothing luminous about it to me. Must say that I got this mostly because of the spf 50 and that did work.We rode the bike all day, in FL, no sunburn. And it felt soft and not sticky to the touch. But I do not like the look of heavy foundation and that is what it does to me. Very unnatural. I don't care an obviously made-up look at all. Should be a better color choice,too. Got medium and I do agree it is orangy. Seems it'd have been better to make it a bronzer or tanner look. Atleast a color that would blend in and not have a shade that screams foundation. Love that it didn't feel too heavy or greasy, as it is hard to find a comfortable spf makeup. This one misses the mark , but with some work, I think it could get there. Going to have to return this one!
As soon as I found the perfect foundation--the now apparently discontinued Divine Cream-to Satin foundation spf25, Philosophy discontinues it.
Just for reference--I'm 46 with good skin, no wrinkles, but large pores. I have fair skin.
Everyone gave me compliments when I used the cream-to-satin version. Well, I was getting low on it , but when I went to reorder, it was no longer available. I decided to try the new version.
I knew as soon as I put it on that it was not going to look as good as the previous version. It makes my face look dull and matte. It doesn't give the same vibrant youthful glow as the other foundation did. The cream-to-satin gave my skin that youthful suppleness that this one just doesn't have.
Anyone have an alternate suggestion?
Love Love Love this product!
Ths is the best makeup I ave ever tried. I used to be a Bare Escentuals girl until I got older and it would settle in my lines (both types). I thought I would give this a try and it is fantastic. I am 58 and it feels great on my skin and gives it a bit of luminosity...just a slight glow. You can layer it to give it more coverage. My skin has yellowish undertones. Try it...you will be pleased.
Not for very fair skin
It's too yellow/orange yndertones for the very fair skin, & I wouldn't use if I was older, not moistering at all.
Are you kidding me????
I don't get all of the rave reviews on this foundation. It does NOT deliver good coverage, nor does it cover the redness in my skin. I am sooooo disappointed. I loved the prospect of a foundation with a high spf in it, as I don't like layering my skin with serums, sunscreen and foundation. I did the side-by-side comparison and nothing but shine with no coverage. I never write reviews, but if I could help one person out there who's on the fence about ordering this, it was well worth it. Going back today!
Best Summertime Foundation
This foundation is lightweight, gives decent coverage, and does adjust to my skin color. I bought the light/medium and am on the fair end of the spectrum. This is not too dark, just right, and the finish is like satin. You won't feel it on the skin. It The fact that it is also SPF 50 is remarkable, and it's not heavy or greasy like some sunscreens can be. I drive in full sunlight every day and can discolor easily so a product like this is a necessity. It is a great multi-tasker. I find it does also provide an illuminated effect to the skin, kind of lit from within. I ordered a tube last year, and re-ordered this year. I hope Philosophy keeps this product around for a while, it's one of the best of its type.
It is divine!
Coverage is excellent. Not too thick. Not too light. Gives a golden glow!
I have ordered this twice and will order it again. I have ridiculously sensitive combination perimenopausal skin and this foundation gives me both sunscreen and coverage while NOT causing irritation or breakouts. A great value.
I am very fair skinned and the light/medium is too light. I use as a highlighter. When I put on it is so light and can not blend :( Very disappointed because I love Philosophy skin care and body washes!!
65 and loving it!
I've tried other sun-protection makeup in the past and did not like the texture or how it felt on my skin. I recently tried "divine flawless" and love the creamy, cool texture, not to mention the lovely coverage which you can build for a perfect canvas. It is a wonderful find for women of my age and older as it seems to soften your wrinkles and you'll look great all day. I encourage you to try this product.