As promised during a post about my recent makeup haul, I’m planning to review several new beauty products. Today, it’s the Jouer Luminizing Moisture Tint.
Birchbox introduced me to the Jouer brand, and I’m so happy they did. I received a small sample of Jouer’s Luminizing Moisture tint and immediately knew I found a product that I’d be purchasing.
Jouer’s Luminizing Moisture Tint is a tinted moisturizer that contains SPF 20 and is designed to provide a healthy glow for skin. It's claim is that it can help even out skin imperfections and lessen the appearance of fine lines. The product contains no fragrances, and is hypoallergenic and oil free, which makes it good for any skin type. The product comes in seven different shades – opal, pearl, golden, blush, glow, bronzed and deep bronzed. These shades are designed to match every skin tone. I purchased pearl, which is made for fair complexions. I could have probably gone with the opal color, but especially for winter months I like when my makeup help gives a little color to my pale skin.
In the past several months, I’ve gravitated toward tinted moisturizers because I have dry skin. Tinted moisturizers are designed to be more lightweight and provide hydration for skin. Jouer’s Moisture Tint does both – the product is very lightweight and it barely feels like there’s anything on my skin. It makes good on its claim to hydrate, which makes it a good choice for all-day wear.
The product is extremely easy to apply. My favorite way to apply it is by using my hands. I’ve found this to be a really good way to help melt the makeup into my skin and avoid any streaks or unevenness caused by brushes or sponges. One of the best things about the moisture tint is that it’s buildable – I usually start with a very thin layer and add more on the areas I need it. Here’s how it looks on me:
As far as lessening the appearance of fine lines, I didn’t find this claim to be true, but the product delivered on all other counts. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who is looking for a product that gives light to medium coverage and provides a nice summery-looking radiance to the skin.
Jouer just came out with a Matte Moisture Tint that I really want to try. It seems like a good option for the upcoming fall and winter months when matte skin is in.
Have you tried any Jouer products? What did you think?