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Review: Living Nature Concealer in Light

I probably have mentioned this before but my make up collection consists of the bare minimum of products. My skin is hyper sensitive, my eyes are my most sensitive area I have not used a mascara or eye shadow since my teens 99% of the time I will break out in a rash or eczema. It does not matter if it is a high street brand or natural it can still cause me problems. 

I probably have mentioned this before but my make up collection consists of the bare minimum of products. My skin is hyper sensitive, my eyes are my most sensitive area I have not used a mascara or eye shadow since my teens 99% of the time I will break out in a rash or eczema. It does not matter if it is a high street brand or natural it can still cause me problems. 

I have been looking for a natural concealer. I am lucky to only suffer with occasional pimples so my main use for a concealer is around my eyes where I have dark circles and hyper pigmentation (brown spots). After hours of research I purchased Natural Living Liquid Concealer in Light. It has good reviews and price wise one of the cheaper natural brands (but I still think it’s expensive I paid £12). Natural Living is a 100% natural brand from New Zealand with a very impressive free from list click here. They have formulated an extensive skin care and cosmetic range using my favourite natural ingredient Manuka Oil/Honey.

I have swatch the concealer next to Bourjois Healthy Mix Concealer in 51 Light Radiance. Even though they are both in the colour Light you can see there is a big difference. Natural Living is too dark for me but works better if I mix it with my foundation.

The texture is light and easy to work with. I like the packaging as it has a thin long nozzle and helps to ensure you don't over squeeze and waste product. On its own the coverage is fair it does not make my dark circles ‘disappear’ but it does tone down some of the imperfection. Overall, I am sitting on the fence with this product. I don’t hate it but I am not madly in love with it either.

Sarah x