Anyway, I went to Sephora to find a list of ingredients. And once again, a fairly-recently-purchased product has disappeared from stores.
I finally dug up a picture of the product and an ingredient list from Makeup Alley.
|I don't want to criticize the dead, but this stuff had more 'cones than Baskin Robbins.|
Sheesh. A head's up would have been nice. OK, I don't expect Sephora to start plastering GOING OUT OF BUSINESS signs all over their website. They don't want to look like a rug store. But either I'm getting older or stuff gets introduced, then pulled from the market incredibly quickly these days.
But hey, tough shit for Hourglass. I'm going to slam them even though the product in question has been discontinued, because I never really liked their stupid tinted moisturizer in the first place. It was a good color match for me, but it was was too thick for something called a tinted moisturizer. The consistency was more like spackle than anything else. Also, the pump broke almost immediately after I started using it, so to get the product out of the container, I had to unscrew the pump top and use the stem to pull product out of the bottle.
But--and this is where the uselessly specific becomes usefully general: check out that ingredient list--sure, it doesn't have any actual oil qua oil. But it has enough silicone to choke off your skin's air supply. And that means it could clog your pores.
The takeaway point from an otherwise useless review
Oil-free products can break you out.
Off with its head! It gave me milia! (Maybe.)