Make-up artists know that more and more, clients are demanding foundation that not only provides seamless coverage, but works to make their skin even better. And if a host of A-listers love it, too? Well, that’s a bonus that money can’t buy.
After successful launches in the US and the UK, and drawing the favour of the likes of Kourtney Kardashian, Margot Robbie, Anne Hathaway, Hugh Jackman, Ellie Goulding and Elle Macpherson, Oxygenetix has arrived in Australia.
Oxygenetix foundation was originally created as an oxygen-enriched, protective foundation to minimise patients’ scarring, discomfort and social downtime following procedures. But when put to the test by Hollywood make-up artists, it was discovered that one application of the product could last all day, even under harsh studio lights.
Enriched with aloe vera and the brand’s revolutionary Ceravitae Complex, the foundation increases the skin’s oxygen uptake to speed up the haling process of post-procedure scars by encouraging collagen regeneration and connective tissue.
Available in two formations – Oxygenating Foundation and Acne Control Foundation – the product is available in 14 shades, and includes SPF to keep skin protected. The hydrating oil-free formula is both water-resistant and transfer-proof.
“It’s breathable, and can cover up coldsores. Think of it like a mesh of foundation,” says celebrity make-up artist Rae Morris. “The part that I’m really excited about is that you can use it on freshly lasered skin, that really red skin you want to hide.”
Oxygenetix is the only hybrid make-up brand on the market that not only covers damaged skin but also fast-tracks there healing process while allowing skin cells to breathe. You want this one in your kit!
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