La Mer The Radiant SkinTint SPF 30 Now Available

La Mer The Radiant SkinTint SPF 30 Now Available
La Mer The Radiant SkinTint SPF 30 Now Available

Release Date + About the Launch

This tint uses a veil of color to leave fine, dry lines looking plumped with hydration while signs of fatigue are visibly diminished. It is formulated with SPF 30 and lime tea concentrate to help guard skin against environmental aggressors.

Now online

Products in the Launch

The Radiant SkinTint SPF 30, $95.00 (Permanent)

  • Fair Lightest
  • Very Light Very light
  • Light Light, Light Plus
  • Light Medium Light Medium
  • Medium Medium, Medium Deep
  • Medium Deep Light Tan, Tan
  • Deep Deep Tan, Deep

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And the Octinoxate and Octisalate! And the cost per ounce is a downer, an expected downer, albeit. You’re totally right. They have to do better in shade range. I get that it’s sheer and ‘adapts,’ but the color tile online @S showing ‘deep’ barely looks medium.

This will most likely be the product that will work with my aging skin. Not sure how I will be able to be able to test it though.

La Mer releasing this kind of shade range during a time like this makes me laugh while side-eyeing them. Tone-deaf I suppose?
I understand that it is supposed to adjust to one’s skin tone like the user above me said, but still. That last shade will not adjust to deeper skin tones, so that leaves many people out. Not surprised though.

Yikes – $95 smackers and it looks like it might be $135 here in Canada – for that price, I’ll stick quite happily with my Australian Gold tinted facial sunscreen (it only comes in 1 “tint” but, fortunately, that colour works perfectly for me).

They must be kidding??? I understand that you don’t need 50 tinted BB-CC type “foundations”; however they’re missing at least 5 to 6 (one to two in the transition from very light to light, one between medium-deep to deep and two after deep. Easily a dozen have been a better start. And the price is simply crazy! What is it a 3n proven to fix everything?!!!

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