In2it 2-way Foundation review

16 Nov

I’ve been using this 2 way foundation for 3 weeks already, and stopped using my ever bilena foundation (oriental shade-which i love because of the coverage) Anyway, I’m going to do a review on this in2it foundie that caught my eyes in the SM Mega department store.

Shade:BEIGE BLUSH

The Product

What the product seems to be proud about is it’s OIL CONTROL AND OIL FREE feature, a 2-way foundie with EXTRA COVERAGE and SPF25 for UVA and UVB Protection. These pretty much can be seen in the box, and this also comes with a FREE 9g REFILL.

What the product says:
In2it 2-way foundation is an advanced formulation for sebum and shine control;

  • SoSoft powder processing system for an ultra soft powder foundation
  • 2-way application: apply the foundation using a dry sponge for natural and moderate coverage. Apply the foundation using a wet sponge for extra coverage.
  • Day long wear and waterproof
  • Contains sebum control ingredient Sunsil-T for shine control
  • Contains sunscreen to a level of SPF 25 and for protection against UVA/UVB rays.
  • Contains light diffusing ingredients to maintain a radiant and natural look
  • With Vitamin E for enhanced moisturisation
  • No fragrance
  • Washable applicator sponge
  • Suitable for normal, combination skin types

Before commenting on the PROS and CONS of the Product, here are before and after photos that i took in one of my morning preparations that got me late for work! haha

without make up at all after washing face. Lots of pimple marks! Ugh!

This here with toner then benzoyle peroxide medication then bb cream(cho bo yang)

Now here is the finished application of in2it 2 way foundation with dry sponge

The insides

The Review

I Like:

  • that that powder feel really oil free and controls oil better than other foundies that i’ve used
  • that there’s no smell, and no bad reaction when combined with other products
  • the compact which is beautiful, its perfect for kikays out there like me who love pink, aside from being pink, the lock seems to be secure and tough enough not to break any sooner
  • the sponge that doesn’t break even if you wet it a couple of times
  • that they initially included a refill inside the box
  • the mirror which is big enough to have me see my whole face
  • that when you wet the powder from the compact with the wet sponge it doesn’t ruin the surface, it still stays the same and doesn’t harden

I dont like:

  • the coverage much, i have a lot of blemishes and covering up is really important, and being able to get away without using the concealer is better, but in this case you can’t solely use the powder to cover up all red marks. Well it’s light with the skin but the coverage is also light
  • using it with a wet sponge because the it feels a bit cakey?
  • it’s not exactly waterproof?
  • stays for about 2-3 hours then it feels like the powder isn’t there anymore

left side used with wet sponge, right side dry sponge

PRICE: around 700+ Pesos with refill. The Sales lady said that the refill costs around 300 to 400+ Pesos from what i remember sorry girls i wasn’t able to remember the exact price. (that’s approximately $16.06+)

The Verdict

Overall:
I like it superficially. The look of the compact some of it’s functions but not the way it covers up my blemishes, there might be better foundies out there with better coverage.

This might be good for someone who has little blemishes.

Will I repurchase?
Maybe not, I’ll try a new 2-way foundation when i finish this one, too bad since i really love the compact design (like i’ve said- superficial)

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