Kourtney Kardashian, Cindy Crawford, and Margot Robbie Have This Skin-Protecting Foundation in Common
It expertly heals blemishes while providing full coverage.
If there’s anyone we trust to dish out skincare and beauty recommendations, it’s Kourtney Kardashian. Back in 2017, the eldest daughter of America’s royal family revealed the product behind her blemish-free skin — and it’s so good, a couple of other celebs have recently jumped on the bandwagon, too. In January 2020, Who What Wear reported that Margot Robbie added the product to her skincare regimen, while Cindy Crawford confessed to using it in an interview with W Magazine just this month.
The product in question? Oxgenetix’s Oxygenating Foundation, a lightweight foundation that protects and heals skin while you wear it. On her now-defunct namesake website, Kardashian told readers she was obsessed with it: “I recently discovered the best breathable foundation from Oxygenetix,” she wrote. “I have it in a few shades, so it matches my skin if I’m tan.” Two years later, she reaffirmed her love for the product in a 2019 beauty routine video for Vogue.
The Oxygenating Foundation goes beyond concealing discoloration and breakouts, loading skin with superpower ingredients — including acne-clearing salicylic acid and soothing aloe vera — to remove impurities and prevent future blemishes. It’s oil-free and non-comedogenic (read: won’t clog pores), and is also formulated with a unique oxygen-promoting complex called Ceravitae. The brand’s patented ingredient stimulates skin cell production and speeds up the healing process, resulting in a foundation that refreshes the complexion for younger-looking skin.
If you’re more concerned about sun damage than acne, Oxygenetix has you covered. The foundation is formulated with SPF 25, so there’s no need to worry about applying your makeup over a thick layer of sunscreen. A single pump will stave off sun spots, mend imperfections, and give you the effortless glow that Kardashian and company have practically trademarked. If you ask us, those benefits make the product’s $66 price point entirely justifiable.
Reviewers are as hooked on this foundation as their celebrity counterparts, citing its ability to provide full coverage without appearing caked on. “[This] is the only foundation that has ever looked like my real skin but better,” one shopper wrote. “I had previously tried virtually everything and other products consistently looked bad on my skin texture-wise. Enter Oxygenetix. I can apply with my hands, without a primer, and voila — beautiful skin.”
You can grab the Oxygenation Foundation in every shade, all of which specifically target blue undertones in the skin, at Dermstore; select shades are also available on Amazon. It may not get you a date with a member of Blink182, but it’s still well worth adding to cart.
Shop now: $66; dermstore.com
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