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    Default Tinted moisturiser

    Hello

    I have been thinking about using a tinted moisturiser for some time (pref with SPF in it) to improve my skin tone during the day, protect it from the sun and try to slow the ageing process somewhat.

    However I have big open pores in my T zone and my cheeks and next to my nose. My skin is also oily too, most days it is just a little oily but some days my skin is actually shiny

    I have always avoided moisturiser for this reason, it seems to just clocg up my pores, makes me even more oily and makes my face feel gross!

    Does anyone know of a good tinted moisturiser that would be for oily skin?

    TIA

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    Napoleon Perdis has recently released the Nude Bar and has a fantastic moisturizing tint you could buy.
    It's also used a primer so if you ever feel like wearing foundation, you can pop it on top of the tint and it won't clog your pores or anything like that.
    It's also okay for oily skin = )

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    Just had a look, it looks really nice. At $48 I hope my local myer has a tester so that I can try before I buy. Thanks for that

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    The new Garnier one.... love love love it! Even got my 'wanna wear some makeup but cant be effed with time' mother onto it and she's hooked also... preeety cheap too

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    I have same skin as you and use the garnier one. With oily skin you really need a powder to set it though as it can be quite greasy. Other than that i really like it - it minimises the appearance my giant pores and doesn't feel heavy. It is cheap also so you won't lose much if you try it and don't love it.

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    Another fan of Garnier BB cream.

    I also set mine with powder...

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    I just got a bunch of the new Garnier BB stuff (my man works for a design company..he is working on there displays)..it is rather good..I also like the dove one..although..they do look shiny sometimes//

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    Try benefit porefessional for the popes and they do a great tinted moisturizer too. But I order from the us site it's nearly half price and you can try the stuff in myer. Yep I'm guilty of trying and then buying online but I still buy the stuff so I think it's fair

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    Clogged pores or not, you should probably be applying moisturiser to your skin to protect and preserve it.

    Pores will generally be clogged as a result of dead skin cells mixing with excess sebum (for blackheads and whiteheads at least). Properly removing your make-up each night and exfoliating 2-3 times a week should help. Cleanse, tone and moisturise as well (working for your skin type).

    I have a similar skin type and find the Garnier one to be quite good. It's cheap and smells nice too.

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    I use dove tinted moisturizer, it has an SPF15+ content, it also feels very light. and is only around $10


 

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