Breathable Foundation that Covers and Heals – Oxygenetix Review

Oxygenetix Breathable Foundation and Moisturizer Review

Are you like me and like the coverage of foundation but not the heaviness of it, how cakey it makes your face, and the breakouts that occur because of it?! I gave up on foundation years ago because it only looked good on me for the first few hours of the day, then my skin was an oily mess. Plus, my skin would break out, even as an adult.

I was approached recently by Oxygenetix, a foundation like no other. Oxygenetix is a breathable foundation that covers all sorts of skin issues and actually treats skins problems too like skin injuries, wounds, rashes, cracked, dry skin, acne scars, rosacea, and more It even helps with post-surgical scars!

I was impressed and happily agree to review the samples they provided for this post.

Oxygenetix Breathable Foundation and Moisturizer Review

Oxygenetix Breathable Foundation was actually first used by doctors for skin conditions like rashes, wounds, acne scars, and more. Not only did the foundation camouflage these skin conditions but the “ceravitae”, the super charged oxygen complex in the foundation actually encouraged collagen cell and connective tissue growth!

Oxygenetix Breathable Foundation and Moisturizer Review

I always like hearing a good story like this and then find out that it is available to everyone, not just through a prescription. Check out this demo that was live on The Doctors show.

I wasn’t sure how I’d like the foundation because of my past negative experiences. My skin has been clear lately and I did not want a breakout from trying out a new foundation! Once I tried the Oxygenetix Breathable Oxygenating Foundation, I was hooked.

This foundation gives my skin complete coverage while giving the appearance that it is my natural skin. Isn’t that what makeup is all about? The illusion that you look this good without makeup? I like how natural Oxygenetix foundation looks on me, plus a little goes a long way!

Oxygenetix Breathable Foundation and Moisturizer Review

I also love the feel of the foundation. It doesn’t feel like a thick mask, it isn’t oily, it doesn’t cake on my skin. Oxygenetix foundation feels more like a moisturizer that is applied and sets into my skin – not heavy on top of my skin.

I love the coverage of this foundation and how even my skin looks with it. Plus, it is a foundation that keeps up with me. I apply it once in the morning and it gives me coverage all day long – it doesn’t rub off on my clothes and is even water-resistant for up to 90 minutes of swimming!!

Oxygenetix is a breathable moisturizer and foundation that actually treats acne while safely concealing acne scars and rosacea! It allows you to wear a breathable foundation that aids in skin health and acne treatment without leaving pores clogged and skin oily, making breakouts worse. There are a number of shades to choose from too.

Oxygenetix Breathable Foundation and Moisturizer Review

The Oxygenating Moisturizer is fabulous too.Oxygenetix Breathable Foundation and Moisturizer Review

This moisturizer goes on very light and is breathable, just like the foundation. Many call it a ‘second skin’ as it allows your skin to breath while hydrating.  A good moisturizer is essential for healthly skin and to slow the signs of againg. It actually plumps up the skin a bit, reducing fine lines and wrinkles.

I’ve realy enjoyed how the the oxygenating products work together. My skin feels fresh and healthy.

You can purchase the Oxygenating Breathable Foundation and  Oxygenating Moisturizer on Amazon.com with free shipping.

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Cindy
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