Bobbi Brown Extra Repair Foundation SPF 25

Bobbi Brown Extra Repair Foundation SPF 25

Bobbi Brown Extra Repair Foundation SPF 25 launches in April which offers a high SPF and moisturizing, perfect cover to make your skin look beautifully flawless.

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Bobbi Brown Extra Repair Foundation SPF 25 is a moisturizing treatment foundation that combines skin nourishing benefits of Bobbi’s Extra Skincare Line with a daily sun protection. This super emollient foundation instantly gives skin a fresh, dewy finish and helps to undo the visble signs of aging while smoothing out lines, firming, and lifting the skin’s appearance.

A powerful peptide boosts natural collagen levels in skin while Carrot Extract helps reduce the look of fine lines and winkles. Over time, skin looks smoother, firmer, plumper.

Features:

  • A water-in-oil emulsion packed with Sodium Hyaluronate, Glycerin, Willowherb and Evening Primrose Oils deeply moisturizes, conditions and replenishes skin.
  • Shea and Muru Muru Butters strengthen skin’s natural barrier, improving its ability to lock in moisture and prevent future damage.
  • Angelica and Chamomile Extracts calm and soothe skin.
  • SPF 25 offers broad-spectrum UVA/UVB protection while Vitamin E protects skin against damaging free radicals.
  • Treated pigments deliver natural-looking, medium to full coverage and stay-true color that lasts all day without settling into lines or pores.

Bobbi’s Extra Repair Foundation is available in 20 shades for $55 and will launch shortly at your favorite counter and online at www.bobbibrown.com

  • 3/28/11 15:30 Kat:

    just ordered this from the Q! Couldn’t resist with the 3 easy-pay (aka just take my paycheck please) – also going to try her cleansing oil.

    Can’t wait to try it! Please please review if you get your hands on it!

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    • 3/28/11 15:44 the Muse:

      def will kat ;-D looks GREAT ;-D her cleansing oil is pretty brill! I reviewed it a while ago ;D!

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  • 3/28/11 20:00 sarah:

    Do you know the sunscreen ingredients?

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    • 3/28/11 20:14 the Muse:

      no sarah sorry. I don’t even have the product handy as of yet as it hasn’t launched.

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  • 3/29/11 8:07 Nunuiviet:

    Is it good with oily skin?

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    • 3/29/11 9:20 the Muse:

      prob not nunu, best for drier skin.

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  • 3/29/11 8:58 Jen:

    I want tempted to order this when it was on the Q. But I don’t have dry skin so yea lol!

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    • 3/29/11 9:54 Jen:

      whoops….I was tempted. See makeup on the brain has me all messed up.

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  • 3/29/11 12:14 Katie:

    I have VERY dry skin, so I’m always on the lookout for a hydrating foundation. I’ll definitely have to sample this. Any other recommendations?

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    • 3/29/11 12:16 the Muse:

      that’s about all I can pull from my muddled brain today katie ;-D but I have a HUGE archive of foundations I like ;-D under “foundation archives” left hand side panel! Hope this helps! :)

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  • 3/29/11 16:49 Pooja:

    sounds like a BB CREAM?

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    • 3/29/11 16:50 the Muse:

      mmm not a little pooja. Doesn’t contain brightening ingredients though.

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  • 4/11/11 11:30 Sara:

    I tried this at the counter on Saturday and am on the fence. First – the sunscreens are chemical, and I’m surprised it’s got avobenzone which was rated one of the worst sunscreens out there in an article last year, *especially* in combination with retinyl palmitate (vit. a)..can’t remember if the foundation has rp, though.

    Second – it has silicones. Two if I recall correctly, but they at least are *very* far down the list after the rose oil and carrot…so those of us sensitive to silicone might be ok as long as you thoroughly remove it at night (via clarisonic or gentle exfoliation and take breaks between wear).

    Third – the alabaster is still too dark and bronzey/orange on my skin. A friend commented they couldn’t see the difference between my chin and neck, but I most definitely could. As my summer sunscreen has loads of titanium dioxide and zinc oxide (physical sunblock), that difference will become even more noticeable.

    Fourth – kind of a pain in the butt in that I would still have to wear a physical sunblock under the foundation, thus making it irrelevant to even have. I want a foundation for special occasions, but I want one without silicones, physical spf, and in a color match. Doesn’t sound so demanding, right? Haven’t found one in cream form and my poor skin needs the moisture.

    I will say though, the foundation is really creamy so for those gals with crazy dry skin (like me) it’ll be a dream if you find a match and don’t mind purely chemical sunscreen (which aren’t as effective and according to some research, even detrimental) ingredients.

    whew that was long!

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