H2O SkinTint


H2O SkinTint

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H2O SkinTint

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Product Overview

Quick Product Notes
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EU Allergen-Free
Fungal Acne (Malassezia) Safe

Notable Effects & Ingredients

UV Protection from 1 Ingredient(s):
Titanium Dioxide

Ingredients Related to Skin Types
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Dry Skin
Oily/Acne-Prone Skin
Sensitive Skin

Ingredient Safety Breakdown (EWG Health Ratings)

  • Low Risk
  • Moderate Risk
  • High Risk
  • Unknown

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Product Ingredient List

(Showing first 5 of 23 Ingredients)
EWG CIR Ingredient Name & Cosmetic Functions Notes
Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Extract
(Skin Conditioning,Perfuming,Fragrance,Skin-Conditioning Agent -Occlusive)
Portulaca Oleracea Extract
(Skin Conditioning)
Rosa Centifolia Flower Water
(Skin Conditioning,Skin Protecting)
Sodium Chloride
(Masking,Viscosity Controlling,Bulking Agent)

Latest User Reviews

combination AcneAnti-AgingBlackheads+ 4
Very natural

Out of everything I've tried this is the least detectable. I have combo flaky skin and every base make up I try makes it worse. Before this my HG was Missha Signature BB in 21. But after a couple years of use, possibly due to aging or changes in formulation it started looking patchy on me, even when I mixed oil in it on application. The H2O Skin tint still looks natural on me with 0 effort. I've noticed that if I do 2-3 layers it can start creasing into my smile lines at the end of the day (that's with wearing a mask for hrs lol). But even this is almost unnoticeable, unless you look very closely. I'll also agree with other reviews saying how it doesn't feel like make up. I genuinely feel like I want to apply it, because it's so lightweight. It's literally just a cream and I immediately forget I have it on. Yet, it still provides coverage. My skin also tends to react to fungal acne triggers and I haven't noticed any break outs from this.
My main problem with this is the standard issue with most western brands - the shade range for light skins... The original 3 shades are of course a joke. As I mentioned above I'm 21 in Missha BB (not even the lightest one) and shade "Cream" was a bit dark and orangey on me (I have neutral, yellow-leaning undertones). It would probs be ok if I got really tan in summer. So, naturally, I wanted to try the lighter one - "Fair". But since Pixi beauty decided to only supply its' distributors with the darker shades, I had to order it directly from their online store with overpriced shipping (a complete rip off if you're outside the UK). In the end "Fair" ended up being closer to my shade, but still a bit light. It has very prominent yellow undertones, so would be a pretty bad match for those leaning pink. I myself am very happy with the shade, but took off a star for all the ordeal I had to go through, just to get it in a light shade, that will probably still not match me in summer...

dry AcneBlackheadsUneven+ 1
I love it!!!

It is very lightweight and hydrating. It feels like your skin is breathing while having make up on. I am not really a fan of make ups but due to a very unfortunate clay mask incident, which involved a massive break out (sigh), I was compelled to wear make up everyday. I really don't want to wear foundation everyday, so I searched for a product that has skin benefits but will give you coverage. I am so happy I found this! I am now a convert! I don't mind using this everyday because it moisturizes my skin, lightens my dark spots, and even aid with my acne problems. I set this with their cc foundation. It looks very natural, like you are not wearing make up at all. I will definitely buy this again, even if my skin problems have been resolved.

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