SukiColor: A Favorite, Tinted Active Moisturizer

January 25, 2008 at 9:35 pm 5 comments

suki-moisturizer1.jpgFoundations… If you are like me, you have facial imperfections you are wanting to hide. I have tried so many products that promise a natural feel with some coverage, and after using them are disappointed with the results. “No orange chalky face please!

Suki was way ahead of me with her skincare and makeup philosophy, and while reading her mission statement, I kept pinching myself, as if dreaming:

“I created sukicolor to fulfill my desire for 100% pure, clean colors that blend effortlessly with my complexion and enhance my features, not make me look powdery or made up. I also wanted a sophisticated natural look that struck the perfect balance — not glittery, not flat.”

Wait, this is incredible news! Sophisticated and natural? Suki is spot on here!  Okay Suki, this all looks great in print. But can your products really stand up your intentions?

Sukicolor Tinted Active Moisturizer:

This gorgeously sheer, customizable tint enhances your complexion, evens tone and minimizes pores. you look perfectly radiant, never cakey or made-up. fabulous for the whole face, for a healthy flush, or for touch-ups.

I instantly fell in love with this tinted moisturizer! Why does Suki call it an “Active” Moisturizer? Because this product goes way beyond a conventional foundation; it heals and repairs your skin.

One very special active ingredient they use is the White Willow Extract:

White willow. provides powerful, natural salicylic acid which treats acne, pain, inflammation, and works as an antioxidant.

After using Sukicolor’s Tinted Active Moisturizer for several days, I decided to write them a letter of gratitude, here is an excerpt:

“I just wanted to get back to you about how much I am enjoying your Tinted Active Moisturizer! I was a bit skeptical at first when I noticed how dark it was in the container, but was pleasantly surprised by how it blended perfectly with my skin tone. This Tinted Moisturizer feels incredibly natural and with just the right amount of coverage. It really makes my skin glow. You can tell that it is made with all natural, soothing ingredients as well. Bravo to you for creating such a wonderful product!”

Along with some other Tinted Moisturizers, I strongly encourage you to give this one a try. Sukicolor’s Tinted Active Moisturizer really does it all: covers, nourishes, repairs, and gives you SPF!  During the winter months, or if your skintone is very fair, I recommend blending Suki’s moisturizer with your favorite moisturizer product to lighten its tint. 

“No orange chalky face please!”

Just give me a natural, glowing, sophisticated face, the way I want, and am supposed to be…

Thanks Sukicolor!

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  • 1. Nenette  |  January 30, 2008 at 6:52 am

    Oh, nice! I need to try this one… I don’t use regular foundation… I’m a tinted moisturizer girl… although I from time to time use the everyday minerals I found out about here 🙂 … and I’m always on the lookout for the ultimate tinted moisturizer… thanks, Jen!

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  • […] Here is my review of Sukicolor’s incredible Tinted Active Moisturizer. […]

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  • 3. mejojac  |  February 17, 2008 at 12:56 pm

    I can’t use foundation. No, seriously. Every time I wear it I break out. I won’t even try to tell you how many different types of “hypoallergenic” crap I’ve tried. This just might be what I’m looking for! Thanks!

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  • 4. jen38  |  February 17, 2008 at 1:28 pm

    The biggest drawback with this TM is that it only comes in the two shades, and if you are fair, it will be way too dark to use on its own. Suki and I recommend blending it with your favorite moisturizer. My friend Karen recently bought this TM and has been having great success mixing it with her Olay moisturizer.

    And if you are looking for some great skincare items, sukipure is wonderful, especially for sensitive skin types.

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  • […] November 27, 2007 In 2002, Suki Kramer started her own skincare company, Suki, Inc., and has recently branched out in making a cosmetics line as well, Sukicolor. I first heard of Suki’s skincare line through my friends at Megsmakeup.com. If you haven’t had the chance, you can read my enthusiastic reviews of two of her products: Suki’s Lemongrass Cleanser, and her Sukicolor Tinted Active Moisturizer. […]

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