March 2, 2016

Yves Rocher Has A Cheap Cushion Foundation!

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Yves Rocher Light Foundation Cushion

Yves Rocher Light Foundation Cushion ($16.95) is a new, budget friendly cushion foundation that recently launched for Spring 2016. Available in five textures this fluid formula promises lightweight coverage that smooths and softens imperfections while providing fresh, natural coverage.

Thus far L’Oreal’s Lumi Foundation Cushion and Physicians Formula Mineral Wear Talc Free All in 1 ABC Cushion Foundation have are two of the more inexpensive brands to launch cushions here in the US so it is nice to say Yves Rocher sharing the spotlight. And considering how often the brand has sales I’m sure we’ll all score a deal soon on their latest cushion foundation!

You can get Yves Rocher Light Foundation Cushion now at


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  • Dia

    It doesn’t come with a refill, though. With Laneige and Iope, you get twice as much (2 x 0.5 oz) for around $35, so cost-wise, it works out to be about the same as the drugstore brands.

    • Isabella Muse

      Most of the cushions in the US don’t include a refill so the price is about right by US standards.