Rimmel Kind + Free Moisturising Skin Tint Foundation, Natural Beige 400

£9.9
FREE Shipping

Rimmel Kind + Free Moisturising Skin Tint Foundation, Natural Beige 400

Rimmel Kind + Free Moisturising Skin Tint Foundation, Natural Beige 400

RRP: £99
Price: £9.9
£9.9 FREE Shipping

In stock

We accept the following payment methods

Description

While we’ll admit we’re partial to a full coverage and full face beat for a night out, when it comes to everyday makeup (or when we’re feeling a bit lazy) there’s nothing we love more than a tinted moisturiser. This is a fantastic skin tint, with light coverage but gives the most natural glow to the face. Ever since the COVID pandemic started, I've slowly moved away from very full coverage foundations to more sheer and natural foundations. Recently, I've been trying a range of skin tints becuase not only are they the most comfortable on the skin, they give me such a nice glow to the skin.

The youthful glow it gave skin: Thanks to the inclusion of glow-enhancing skin care ingredients (antioxidants vitamin E and B5, and aloe vera) our members noted an increase in radiance after application. I knew Rose Ivory was going to be too deep for me from the swatches online, but as it’s a ‘skin tint’ rather than a straight-up foundation, so I thought the shade might be a little more forgiving. Some drugs may have Authority Required (Streamlined) status which does not require an explicit approval from Medicare, instead the doctor can use the Authority code found in the published Schedule for a given drug/indication. It’s quite deep for it being the lightest shade, and I can’t use it alone straight from the tube, unless I mix in some lightening drops beforehand (I use the Revolution Pro Foundation Drops).This skin tint it very light weight and has light coverage. I love to use this over the top of my sunscreen in the mornings to look more put together. For reference, I have medium skintone with golden/peachy undertones, usually a NC30 - NC35 so I find that Golden Beige is a really great match for my skintone. You’ve gotta give Rimmel credit for creating a vegan and ‘clean’ foundation, but for me, it’s not a product I’ll continue using. I’m fine with light coverage bases, but you don’t want them to fade within an hour or two, like the Rimmel Kind & Free Moisturising Skin Tint Foundation does.

How hydrating the formula was: Our reviewers loved the hydrating benefits of the tinted moisturiser formula, with many saying they used the skin tint in lieu of moisturiser some days when they wanted a lighter routine.Some PBS medications are restricted and require prior approval from Medicare before a doctor is able to prescribe them on the PBS. This prior approval to prescribe grants the doctor the Authority to prescribe the desired medicine and have it funded under the PBS.

The Rimmel Kind & Free Moisturising Skin Tint Foundation launched towards the end of 2021, and I knew I had to try it, as I’ve really enjoyed a lot of the Rimmel foundations. I also don’t like how it sits on my skin, as it ends up looking patchy, and as if I’ve not blended it in properly, regardless of whether I’ve applied it with my fingertips, a BeautyBlender or makeup brush. Prescriptions must be written on an Authority Prescription Form, and the approval number must be noted on the prescription. Pharmacists cannot dispense the item as a pharmaceutical benefit unless it has been approved by Medicare Australia (indicated by the presence of the approval number). I’ve got dry skin, with dry patches, but somehow this foundation manages to look oily and super shiny on my skin within a couple of hours, which never happens for me, so I can’t imagine it sitting nicely on oily skin.

When worn on it's own, it provides subtle coverage and skin perfecting. On my combination skin the longevity of the skin tint wasn't optimal, maybe only lasting a couple of hours and slightly longer if I set with powder. However I did find that it worked well as skin perfecting base for my foundation. I think the Rimmel Kind & Free Moisturising Skin Tint Foundation has decent-ish coverage for a product marketed as being a skin tint. It’s more akin to a light to medium coverage foundation than a skin tint. To preface my experience with the Rimmel London Kind & Free Moisturising Skin Tint, my skin is combination with some pigmentation. Recently, I’ve been favouring lighter coverage foundations, but I’m sadly not a fan of this particular product. I’m rarely disappointed by Rimmel foundations, but this one doesn’t sit nicely on my skin. Authority to prescribe an Authority medicine is granted for specific indications and/or for certain patient circumstances. Authority may be obtained by telephone to Medicare Australia (known as "phone approval") or in writing from an authorised delegate of the Minister for Health.

Here’s what our panel of Review Crew® testers had to say about this natural-finish skin tint. The panel Rimmel London Kind & Free™ Moisturising Skin Tint is the latest base product innovation that couples a classic, lightweight tinted moisturiser formula with skin care ingredients and a clean, vegan-friendly promise. The folks over at Rimmel have outdone themselves and brought us a skin tint that boasts an INCI List with 77 per cent natural origin ingredients. The Rimmel Kind & Free Moisturising Skin Tint Foundation in Rose Ivory is a lot more warm toned than I’d anticipated, as Rimmel shades with ‘rose’ in the name definitely tend to lean on the cool side.

Beauty Crew sent Rimmel London Kind & Free™ Moisturising Skin Tint to a panel of women aged 18 and older with a penchant for all types of base products and an affinity for clean beauty. The lowdown



  • Fruugo ID: 258392218-563234582
  • EAN: 764486781913
  • Sold by: Fruugo

Delivery & Returns

Fruugo

Address: UK
All products: Visit Fruugo Shop