(I am not a BeautyCounter rep, and this post isn’t sponsored. All opinions are my own. -Jacqueline)
Tint Skin from Beautycounter is a lightweight, creamy foundation with buildable coverage.
The hyaluronic acid creates a smooth skin canvas, preventing the foundation from settling into fine lines or enlarged pores.
It blends effortlessly, and lasts all day.
Where to Purchase
Beautycounter’s Tint Skin Foundation is $38. Purchase it here.
Using this with the Beautycounter Concealer Pen creates a polished, put-together look.
And while some natural foundations can feel a bit heavy on the skin (hello plant-based oils), this Tint Skin sits so light I forget it’s even there.
One of my absolute favorite things about this foundation is that it is offered in a wide range of colors.
From Cate to Lupita, and for everyone in between, there’s a shade match.
My perfect shade is Linen.
Inside the Ingredients
But it’s not just the shade selection to get excited about. Beautycounter loves to brag about the safety of their ingredients. As you’ll see, they’ve earned the right to do so.
Ingredients: water, coco-caprylate, isododecane, trimethylsiloxysilicate, caprylic/capric triglyceride, dimethicone/vinyl dimethicone crosspolymer, isostearic acid, polyglyceryl-4 diisostearate/polyhydroxystearate/sebacate, isoeicosane, propanediol, jojoba esters, glycerin, magnesium sulfate, beeswax, dimethicone, gluconolactone, sodium hyaluronate, sodium chloride, sodium benzoate, hydrogenated castor oil, polyhydroxystearic acid, lecithin, ethylhexyl palmitate, isopropyl myristate, polyglyceryl-3 polyricinoleate, sweet almond oil, bergamot oil, orange oil, rosa damascena flower oil, clary oil, orange flower oil, vanilla, triethoxycaprylylsilane, titanium dioxide, iron oxides.
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Beautycounter epitomizes high-tech natural makeup. Just look at that ingredient list. It’s a compilation of some of the most intriguing nontoxic ingredients around. And because the fine folks at Beautycounter understand that many of these ingredients are foreign to the average consumer, they’ve made it very easy to understand the ingredients they’ve used.
On their product pages, Beautycounter has interactive ingredient lists. Just scroll over the individual ingredients, and more information will appear. Even if you’re not in the market to buy at the moment, clicking around will help you become familiar with the names and functions of natural cosmetic ingredients.
Interested in knowing more about polyhydroxystearic acid? Just click and immediately you’ll see that it is an emulsifying agent derived from castor oil. Curious about where gluconolactone comes from? Click on it, and BOOM! Corn. I appreciate Beautycounter’s commitment to educating and engaging the consumer.
This product is part of my popular guide, Natural & Nontoxic Makeup: The 75 Best Products to Up Your Beauty Game.
*Products get makeovers too. Be sure to check if this product has been recently re-formulated before using it yourself.
**Many thanks to my local Wilmington, NC Beautycounter rep Natalie Standard for introducing me to this wonderful product. Her enthusiasm is infectious! Getting hands-on experience with natural makeup can be difficult when you live outside of a major city, so Beautycounter’s network of on-the-ground reps are extremely helpful.0