Product Name: Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush
Price: Php 1,100 more or less when I bought it online three years ago, but I’ve forgotten. At Beauty MNL, it’s Php 1500. Carefreeshopper sells it for Php 1400.
Content: 5.6 g / 0.20 oz.
Product Description:A long-wearing, supremely soft blush infused with Amazonian clay harvested from the banks of the Amazon River and naturally baked by the sun.Product Performance:This 12-hour blush universally benefits all skin types for a fade-free, flawless finish in shades ranging from soft to vivid and matte to shimmer to suit a wide variety of skin tones.Powered By:Amazonian clay minimizes oil in and around pores to balance skin and keep product in place while also hydrating the skin naturally to restore moisture, reducing the appearance of dry, flaky skin.Formulated without parabens, sulphates, synthetic fragrances, petrochemicals, phthalates, GMO, and triclosan.Infused with “skinvigorating” ingredients such as Vitamins A and E that act as anti-inflammatory emollients, Vitamin C that fights free radical damage and prevents premature signs of aging while brightening the skin, and Amazonian clay that reduces dryness and flakiness, improves skin clarity, elasticity, firmness, and texture while removing oil from the skin’s surface for smooth application and wear.
These solar-baked blushes are infused with Amazonian Clay, nature’s most perfect ingredient. These nutrient rich and skin-nourishing Amazonian clay blushes restore harmony for a flawless finish that lasts all day.
Suitable for all skin types:
Oily skin: Amazonian clay minimizes oil in and around pores to balance skin and keep product in place
Dry skin: Amazonian clay hydrates skin naturally to restore moisture so your blush wears better and longer
Dull skin: Amazonian clay improves the appearance of skin clarity and skin texture
Combination skin: Amazonian clay is completely intuitive; gives skin an overall smooth and even appearance
This post is one of a few product reviews that have gathered dust in my drafts folder. As can be seen in the photo watermark, I had planned to post this in my former beauty blog, Milk Caramel Dreams two years ago. All photos and opinion (which stand true to this day) are mine. I have used up the product last year.
I’ve always loved that natural flush look on the face. That subtly blushing but not in a red tomato kinda way. Three years ago, when Multiply was still operational, I bought this Tarte Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush during their Frenzy sale. I chose one of their most popular shades, Exposed.