Winter weather is less than sensitive skin friendly. The cold temperatures are biting and the central heating we use to combat them, dehydrating. On the lookout for solutions? Margot Robbie's favourite foundation is kind to sensitive skin and glow-giving too.
Oxygenetix Oxygenating Foundation, is well known to be a favourite of Margot's and a quick glance at its credentials reveals exactly why. For one, it takes the category of kind-to-skin make-up up a notch. It's gentle enough to be used on post-procedure skin thanks to the formula's innovative blend of aloe vera and the brand's unique Ceravitae Complex, which protects and soothes skin by boosting its oxygen intake, which increases collagen production and connective tissue growth. Talk about a hard worker.
There are 15 shades to choose from, which is not the most extensive of ranges by any means - something the brand are surely set to work on. If you find a shade that works for you, know that you can apply to dry skin, areas of eczema, rosacea, scars, bruising and bruising without causing irritation. The clever and protective formula means it can even be used on skin that has been freshly treated with chemical peels, microdermabrasion and laser resurfacing equipment.
It's also a great base go-to for those with acne-prone skin. It's oil-free and provides coverage while tending to the that lies beneath. It's why a A-listers and celebrity make-up artists alike rate it so highly. Aside from Margot, Kourtney Kardashian, Poppy Delevingne, Elle Macpherson and Ellie Goulding are all firm fans.
Oxygenetix Oxygenating Foundation
This takes the category of kind-to-skin make-up to new levels, so much so, it can be used on post-procedure skin thanks to its blend of aloe vera and its unique Ceravitae Complex, which protects and soothes skin.