Dermacol Make-up Cover Foundation Review: Is it worth buying or not?

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Editor Review by : Melissa Snyte : 2.7 / 5.0
Dermacol Make-up Cover Foundation Review: Is it worth buying or not? It’s the time you learn whether Dermacol Make-up Cover is works or not? Or whether you should buy it? To know read our review on Dermacol Make-up Coverhere.
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Product Description

Dermacol Make-Up Cover is a high covering make-up manufactured by Dermacol, A.S., a Czech make-up company that began by creating a line of make-up for film make-up artists. The foundation comes in various shades to suit many skin tones and a 30g tube costs an average of $17.99. There is a 14-day return policy for the product in case of customer dissatisfaction.

Ingredients

Dermacol Make-up Cover Foundation
  • Paraffinum Liquidum: A mixture of mineral oils that is a byproduct of petroleum. It is used as skin protectant and emollient.
  • Paraffin: Petroleum hydrocarbons (mineral oils) that are mixed together.
  • Cera: Skin conditioner and omega 6 fatty acid usually found in meat.
  • Microcristallina: Microcrystalline wax, creates a more opaque look and controls viscosity.
  • Petrolatum: A mixture of hydrocarbons included in cosmetics products as an emollient.
  • Alumina: Also known as aluminum oxide, this is a crystalline aluminum and oxygen compound. It is used as an absorbent, anti-caking agent, abrasive, and thickening agent.
  • Glyceryl Stearate: This fatty acid appears in nature and works as a lubricant for the skin. It penetrates the skin deeply to keep it from losing moisture.
  • Silica Silylate: Suspending agent, increases viscosity, and is also an anti-caking agent in cosmetics.
  • Parfum: fragrance

Directions

Apply a thin layer of the product on clean skin before applying other make-up as well. It can be used in thicker layers to cover acne and even tattoos, especially in film and photography shoots.

Advantages

  • The product can be used as a daily foundation or in professional/cinematic settings to cover tattoos and other skin blemishes.
  • The manufacturer also sells worldwide.
  • At $17.99 per tube, the product is a reasonable price compared to other foundation.
  • 30 SPF of protection is included as a part of the product.
  • A variety of skin tones and types can use the product.
  • A 14-day refund policy is available for those who may need to exchange or return the foundation.

Disadvantages

  • The website does not include pricing information.
  • Some customers may feel a 14-day return policy is not enough time to test the product.
  • The list of ingredients is not available online, nor are its amounts.
  • Additional sunscreen may be needed after applying the product if one lives in a very sunny area.

Conclusion

Dermacol Make-Up Cover is a good foundation that was made with the needs of cinema, photography, and beauty industry in mind. As such, regular customers may find that it covers up their skin blemishes quite well. Because of the range in shades, the foundation is suitable for various skin tones. In addition, the foundation provides 30 SPF protection from the sun’s UV rays and provides a 14-day return policy in case of customer dissatisfaction. The product’s website; however, does not list the pricing information so easily. The list of ingredients is also not readily available for customers to browse. Perhaps a product that makes it cost and ingredient information more prominent may be a better choice.

**This is a subjective assessment based on the strength of the available information and our estimation of efficacy.

*Results may vary. The information contained in this website is provided for general informational purposes only. No medical claims are implied in this content, and the information herein is not intended be used for self diagnosis or self treatment of any condition.

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Melissa Snyte

Melissa Snyte has been part of TheBeautyInsiders for over 6 years. She hold a degree MA( English) from Oxford University. She found her love with beauty industry and began contributing her ideas in this filed. She also holds BA (Hons) Make-up for Media and Performance. In her free time she enjoys painting and doing gardening.