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Revlon Age Defying with DNA Advantage Cream Makeup SPF 20

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Pretty good


This was a pretty good foundation, however, I didn't think this product offers any dramatic anti-again benefits. This foundation offers a medium coverage, and it gives skin a luminous, healthy looking finish. I especially like this product because it is extremely blendable, and looks natural on my skin, unlike most drugstore foundations. What sets this one apart, is it doesn't clog my pores, it doesn't accentuate dry skin, pores, fine lines, or wrinkles, and it also doesn't dry my skin out. I like to use this foundation in the spring, when a dewy look is especially desirable, and this product lasts all day long without melting off. All in all, this is a pretty impressive foundation. The only downside of this foundation is its low SPF level, and it doesn't deliver any of the anti-aging benefits it advertises. I would recommend this product to people of all skin types, who are looking for a luminous, fresh looking finish. I would consider repurchasing this product.





Revlon's Age Defying with DNA Advantage Cream Makeup SPF 20 surely cannot be serious about the amount of oil in this makeup! They might as well have taken some oil paints in neutral colors and tried to bottle them and sell them as a liquid foundation. THAT is how bad this stuff is; you could use this product to lube up engine parts, I swear. If I had used this product for more than a day, it would have been break-out city for me. I mean, the packaging is so nice and lovely and attractive, so you would think what was inside would be of the same caliber. Nope. A classic example of falling for the charade of a good-looking exterior, only to be utterly disappointed later upon uncovering what truthfully lies beneath the facade. I just hate that. Ho-hum. When am I going to learn my lesson; just because something appears to be of good quality does not always mean just that. I guess that is how Revlon hides the fact that their makeup is about two steps away from being an agent with which I could grease a cookie sheet. Thanks a lot for the waste of time and money, Revlon.



Amazing coverage for older skin


I learned about this anti-aging makeup in Good Housekeeping. The magazine did a blind test of various makeup products, all marketed for women with aging skin. This Revlon product got scores nearly as high as the department store makeup, La Prairie. In fact, editors said there was barely any difference - except the price, that is!! So I tried it and have been blown away at how good it goes on and makes my face look and feel. The coverage is excellent and it is a good feeling knowing that it was properties to support older skin. I am in my 50's and have (mostly) tried to stay out of the sun, but as I get older it is harder to find a makeup with just the right coverage. This makeup also doesn't 'melt away' nearly as quickly as others. Combined with a nice bronzer or light powder, you are good to go for the day.



Revlon Age Defying with DNA Advantage Cream Makeup SPF 20

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