Utraflesh has extended its all-star line-up with a new Tinted Moisturizer ($34) that offers illuminating and priming properties. The creamy and silky tinted moisturizer helps give the skin an ultra-radiant complexion in any kind of light.
With a look that's natural to match any skin tone, the anti-aging formula contains brown algae extract, tocotrienol, and oligo-peptides to provide coverage of skin imperfections and help skin look glowingly beautiful all day and all night.
I ordered Ultraflesh's new Tinted Moisturizer in Diaphanous, the lightest of six shades. I absolutely love it when I find a tinted moisturizer that is offered without the assumption that one shade fits all skin tones. When it arrived, I immediately applied it and marveled at how seamlessly the lightweight formula blended into my skin. I had found a winner.
Ultraflesh's Tinted Moisturizer contains light diffusing particles that give me an all-over air-brushed look and a glow. When I'm wearing it, I don't feel a need for foundation. I feel dewy, and there's enough pigment in the moisturizer to cover the redness in my face. When I do apply foundation over it, I never see "product build-up."
This product is made with respect for our skin, our environment, and the animals with whom we share our planet. It doesn't contain castor oil, animal by-products, gluten, GMO, or toxins. There are no parabens, sulfates, synthethic fragrances, synthetic dyes, or phthlates. It is preserved with naturally derived ingredients.
Ultraflesh (the company) was inspired by the desire to elevate mundane beauty routines with a high-fashion collection of beauty products made with innovative designs and infused with even more innovative technology. I have fallen in love with every Ultraflesh product I've purchased from Sephora, the exclusive retailer.
I've labeled Ultraflesh a smashing success. The brand deserves more exposure! Check it out the next time you are surfing Sephora.
Update 9/22: I promised a swatch photo of Diaphanous if I could ever get one. The sun made a temporary appearance this morning, so I put a dab of the shade totally unblended at the top of my arm and a partially blended shade below. If I had blended it totally and properly, you wouldn't have seen anything in a photo. As I described in the comments, it leans yellow, not pink, so it covers the redness in my face.
Photo at top courtesy of Sephora; swatch photo by Best Things in Beauty