It’s always exciting whenever there’s a new L’Oreal launch, and the L’Oreal Skin Paradise Tinted Water Cream is a product that was revealed as a Europe exclusive (available right here). However, the L’Oreal Skin Paradise Tinted Water Cream has now launched worldwide right here.
L’Oreal Skin Paradise Tinted Water Cream
Following the crazy success of the L’Oreal Lash Paradise Mascara, L’Oreal are clinging onto the Paradise name and created a new base product that sounds perfect for summer:
“Take your skin to paradise and treat it to a daily dose of hydration and a beautiful dewy luminosity with L’Oreal Skin Paradise Tinted Water Cream. Available in 10 shades.
Created with a 70% water based formula & enriched with a cocktail of Aloe Vera, Ginger & Witch Hazel. Skin Paradise leaves you with that ‘please can I have what she's having' skin glow.
Both makeup fanatics and bare skin enthusiasts will fall in love with the lightweight texture that quenches skin with up to 24h hydration and evens out skin tone with a perfecting healthy- looking glow.
What's more, with SPF 20 UVA/UVB & antioxidant action, it helps protect against environmental aggressors such as pollution.”
Described as having a nourishing water-based formula that boosts the skin, adds moisture and refreshes the skin tone for a radiant fresh and well-being shine.
- 24 hour moisture*
- SPF 20
- The formula includes water, extracts from aloe vera and ginger as well as witch hazel water.
- Natural radiant finish.
The L’Oreal Skin Paradise Tinted Water Cream looks to be available in thirteen shades, which isn’t brilliant but it’s better than the shade ranges L’Oreal typically launch for BB or CC cream type products.
Apply it as you would with your moisturizing treatment – on cleansed skin or on top of the primer – using your fingers, a sponge or brush.
To have a tanned and luminous effect, choose a darker shade than that of your complexion and your skin will glow beautifully.
The L’Oreal Skin Paradise Tinted Water Cream coverage is said to be good, but it had a lightweight formula, which could mean shades are perhaps a little more forgiving than say a fuller coverage foundation would be.
I think there will be the full shade range announced, upon the full launch, but right now, most stores have 5/6 shades.
The L’Oreal Skin Paradise Tinted Water Cream boasts of an exclusive texture, that has perfecting effects in an opaque finish.
However, it manages to have a lightweight formula for a comfortable application.
Aqua / Water, Glycerin, Caprylyl Methicone, Phenylbenzimidazole Sulfonic Acid, Propanediol, Dimethicone, Pentylene Glycol, Dimethicone/PEG-10/15 Crosspolymer, Titanium Dioxide, Sodium Hydroxide, Sodium Chloride, Phenoxyethanol, Triethoxysilylethyl Polydimethylsiloxyethyl Dimethicone, Isopropyl Titanium Triisostearate, Chlorphenesin, Disodium EDTA, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Powder, Hamamelis Virginiana Water / Witch Hazel Water, Alumina, Butylene Glycol, Parfum / Fragrance, Stearic Acid, Aluminum Hydroxide, Dipropylene Glycol, Alcohol, Sodium Hyaluronate, Sodium Citrate, Limonene, Citronellol, Tocopherol, Zingiber Officinale Root Extract / Ginger Root Extract, Sanguisorba Officinalis Root Extract, Cinnamomum Cassia Bark Extract, Code F.I.L B245620/2.
Result: perfect complexion, intensely hydrated skin and revitalized, healthy and radiant complexion in a single step.
Right now, the L’Oreal Skin Paradise Tinted Water Cream is available from stockists such as ASOS, Amazon and Nelly, but as soon as I see any further updates on stockists, shades, prices and availability, I’ll be sure to update this post. It's £10.99 and contains 30ml in the tube.
Designed to have a moisturising complex, combined with mineral pigment to help hydrate, uniform and illuminate the skin in one simple step.
The L’Oreal Skin Paradise Tinted Water Cream formula helps to quench the skin with an immediate hydration effect, and L’Oreal claim that after 5 days of use the hydration level of your skill will be increased by 10.2%.
The L’Oreal Skin Paradise Tinted Water Cream has an ultra moisturizing complex is supposedly made up of 70% water which is then infused with Aloe Vera, Ginger and Witch Hazel.
Mineral pigments help to awaken tired skin and instantly give a healthy and radiant complexion.
In addition, the formula is enriched with SPF 20 to protect the skin every day from damage from UV rays and pollution.
“Healthy skin is a hydrated skin. The importance of hydration is often underestimated, but it is a fundamental element for a naturally healthy and luminous complexion.
This is why it is very important to take care of the skin, intensely moisturize it, protect it from UV damage and pollution that can make it dull.
Thanks to SkinParadise you will obtain a perfect complexion, a deeply hydrated skin with a healthy and luminous complexion in a single gesture.
Choose from the six color variants that make up the SkinParadise range and that take care of your skin.” – L'Oreal
The shades are;
- Fair 01
- Fair 02
- Fair 03
- Light 01
- Light 02
- Light 03
- Medium 01
- Medium 02
- Medium 03
- Medium 04
- Deep 01
- Deep 02
- Deep 03
Right now, the L’Oreal Skin Paradise Tinted Water Cream is only available in the lightest shades, but there is definitely 13 shades so hopefully the full shade range will be available soon, and in time for summer.
The L’Oreal Skin Paradise Tinted Water Cream packaging looks so sleek with a metallic pink coloured plastic tube which matches the colour of the Lash Paradise Mascara.
There’s also a fab water droplet design all over the bottle, as it’s emphasising the ‘water’ content and product name.
In this photo, the model is wearing the new L’Oreal Skin Paradise Tinted Water Cream, and she looks so glowy and flawless. I so want to try this once it launches properly, as it sounds like such a great base product.
I’ll update as soon as I get any more information on the new L’Oreal Skin Paradise Tinted Water Cream, but it seems like the perfect base for summer, especially with the SPF20 for added protection.
I hope it launches in Boots and Superdrug soon, as I really want to find a shade that matches my skintone as it sounds like something I'd enjoy.