The ‘Oxygen-Infused’ Foundation Derms Recommend Is Also the One Margot Robbie Swears By
Written by: Dominique Michelle Astorino July 13, 2022
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The brand is most known for its Oxygenating Foundation, a skin-care-meets-makeup hybrid that's known to be breathable, lightweight, and hydrating. It was initially designed for medical use on burn patients, which meant the formula had to be breathable so that it wouldn't damage the skin, so you know it's gotta be good. Beyond that, it's got a proprietary ingredient called Ceravitae, which allows the skin to absorb more oxygen to stimulate self-repair, and skin-soothing aloe vera. It's no wonder it's become the top derm-recommended formula for post-procedure skin and a luxury-spa staple.
Oxygenetix has translated this same technology into its equally-favorite concealer. As the ‘offspring’ of the award-winning foundation, this little tube had a lot to live up to, but impressed skincare enthusiasts and derms alike with a similar, aloe-based formulation. Hydration in the under-eye area, in particular—is crucial for preventing caking, creasing, and exaggeration of fine lines with concealer.
You can complete the trifecta with the brand's oil-free Oxygenating Moisturizer. True to the brand’s DNA, this formulation also has an aloe base, alongside other beautiful ingredients like green tea extract, grape seed extract, and hyaluronic acid. It’s fragrance-free (a huge win for anyone with sensitive skin), and—along with the rest of the line—cruelty-free and vegan.