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Thursday, November 3, 2011

Oxygenetix {review}

"It's Time To Let Your Skin Breathe With Oxygenetix!"

Oxygenetix Breathable Foundation is a breakthrough foundation created to cover and promote healing after medical and aesthetic procedures. 

The Breathable Foundation...
It comfortably (and beautifully) covers skin injuries, wounds, rashes, cracked skin, dry skin, acne scars, rosacea, and other skin conditions. 

Aloe Barbadenis: It's anti-bacterial qualities protect compromised skin while astringently removing dead surface cells.
Ceravitae: The super charged oxygen complex proliferates collagen cell and connective tissue growth in wounded and aging skin.
SPF 25: For UVA and UVB sun protection.

I have always had the hardest time finding not only a shade of foundation that matches my skin but also one that wont irritate my sensitive skin. I have tried more foundations than I can count on two hands and I always run into some problem. The Oxygenetix foundation has not only met my expectations in what a foundation should be, but it has surpassed them. The color blended into my skin. It left my dry skin(especially around my eyes) feeling and looking moisturized without leaving me with a layer of oil sitting on my skin at the end of the day. Best of all I had not one single breakout. That in itself is extremely important to me because I do still suffer from the embarrassment of adult acne from time to time. One of my favorite things about the foundation was the way it settled onto or should I say into my skin. I have two scars near my mouth and one that runs across my eyelid and in between my eyes. Because the scars are newer they are still redish in color but were easily covered. The foundation didn't clump oddly in the scars either. It kind of built up a "second skin" within the scars and the appeared to diminish until the foundation was removed. 

The Oxygenating Moisturizer:

The moisturizer is a breathable pro-healing moisturizer. It has the same "second skin" formula as the foundation mentioned above. While most other moisturizers sink into the skin or sit on the surface blocking vital oxygen flow to the skin, this moisturizer forms a "second skin" to provide instant hydration while helping to reduce the signs of a procedure. 

I am very hard to please when it comes to my moisturizer...even harder than my foundation if you can believe that! I can honestly say that I love this moisturizer so much that I hope to continue to use it in my daily routine as long as possible. While I really did love the foundation, I must say that the moisturizer was my favorite of the two products I reviewed. It left my skin so soft, even, and hydrated like nothing I have ever used before. It worked great around my eyes where I am extremely dry and usually red in appearance-without stinging my eyes! Once the moisturizer was applied I was not left with shiny or that overly lotioned looking skin. It felt like it became one with my is very hard to explain the way it felt other than it is my new favorite and  probably the best I have ever used. One of my favorite things is the way it smells...silly I know. But I am assuming that it is the grape seed that I am smelling-but I may be wrong. Anyhow it is light and pleasant. 

Here are a few pictures to show you how well the foundation works...

This picture is of me(please don't judge my crazy hair..I tried to get it out of the way!)
The foundation is only on the left side of my face. My skin tone is much more even and the redness is covered.

The following two pictures were sent by Oxygenetix. They are a before and after picture of a second degree burn.


After...quite remarkable!

If you would like to learn more about Oxygenetix you can visit their website here.
Both products are available at local doctor offices nationwide!

Disclosure: I received the above mentioned product free of charge from the PR agency/company to conduct this review and provide my honest opinion and experience. No other form of compensation was received. All opinions are 100% my own and were not influenced in any way. 


Anonymous said...

I just bought this foundation and really want to love it for my acne prone skin. I wish the color match was like my MUFE but I'm trying to make this work. Im a C3 in MAC studio fix powder and got Creme in this foundation. I'm having a hard time blending it like I do with my usual water-based foundation. I need full coverage for my mild-moderate acne and scars. What is the best method to apply this to achieve full coverage? Thanks!

OneLittleMom said...

When I applied the foundation I used my fingers and applied one layer at a time. I waited a few minutes between applications and just added to the areas that need more coverage as I went along! Good luck and I hope this helps!