I have used Max Factor foundations ever since I was a teenager, when I used to swear by their Pan Stick. It’s crazy that they do still make their Pan Stick today, but their newest foundation launch is the complete opposite of the Pan Stick.
Max Factor Miracle Second Skin Hybrid Foundation
The Max Factor Miracle Second Skin Hybrid Foundation is described as having a unique, hybrid formulation formulated with naturally derived coconut milk for a boost of hydration, which lasts throughout the day.
Max Factor Miracle Second Skin Hybrid Foundation Key Benefits
- A formula that stimulates cell turnover
- Clinically proven to hydrate, protect and renew
- It’s a hybrid foundation that ensures a skin-like finish
- The lightweight formula is rich and easily blendable
- Undetectable coverage gives you a genuinely natural look
It has a lightweight, rich and easy to blend formula that glides over your pores, and gives an undetectable coverage and a finish which looks like skin.
The Max Factor Miracle Second Skin Hybrid Foundation is infused with both prebiotics, and probiotics to help the skin’s natural defences, and is clinically proved to support skin renewal. It also contains SPF20 for additional protection, and is suitable for all skin types – even sensitive skin.
AQUA/WATER/EAU, CYCLOPENTASILOXANE, PHENYL TRIMETHICONE, GLYCERIN, MICA, CETYL PEG/PPG-10/1 DIMETHICONE, DIISOPROPYL DIMER DILINOLEATE, COCOS NUCIFERA (COCONUT) OIL, TRIMETHYLSILOXYSILICATE, ZINC OXIDE [nano], SODIUM CHLORIDE, PEG-10 DIMETHICONE, AMMONIUM ACRYLATES COPOLYMER, PHENOXYETHANOL, DISTEARDIMONIUM HECTORITE, ALPHA-GLUCAN OLIGOSACCHARIDE, LECITHIN, PENTYLENE GLYCOL, CHLORPHENESIN, PROPYLENE CARBONATE, PARFUM/FRAGRANCE, TOCOPHERYL ACETATE, ISOPROPYL TITANIUM TRIISOSTEARATE, ALCOHOL DENAT., POLYMNIA SONCHIFOLIA ROOT JUICE, ALOE BARBADENSIS LEAF JUICE, ASCORBYL GLUCOSIDE, CITRIC ACID, FRUCTOSE, SODIUM HYDROXIDE, UREA,
DISODIUM DECETH-6 SULFOSUCCINATE, MALTODEXTRIN, RETINYL PALMITATE, TRIETHOXYCAPRYLYLSILANE, COCOS NUCIFERA (COCONUT) FRUIT EXTRACT, LAURETH-30, PEG-60 HYDROGENATED CASTOR OIL, HEXYL CINNAMAL, ALLANTOIN, MALTOSE, SODIUM LACTATE, SODIUM PCA, TREHALOSE, BENZYL BENZOATE, CITRONELLOL, LINALOOL, SODIUM DEHYDROACETATE, LACTOBACILLUS, PANTHENOL, TOCOPHEROL, CAPRYLYL GLYCOL, GLUCOSE, SODIUM HYALURONATE, PHENETHYL ALCOHOL, EUGENOL, POTASSIUM SORBATE, SODIUM BENZOATE, GERANIOL, SILYBUM MARIANUM SEED EXTRACT, HELIANTHUS ANNUUS (SUNFLOWER) SEED OIL, ROSMARINUS OFFICINALIS (ROSEMARY) LEAF EXTRACT, PENTAERYTHRITYL TETRA- DI-T-BUTYL HYDROXYHYDROCINNAMATE, PANTOLACTONE, BHT, LIMONENE, [May Contain/Peut Contenir/+/-:IRON OXIDES (CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499), TITANIUM DIOXIDE (CI 77891)].
The new Max Factor Miracle Second Skin Hybrid Foundation is available in thirteen different shades;
- Fair 01
- Fair-Light 02
- Light 03
- Light-Medium 04
- Medium 05
- Golden Medium 06
- Neutral Medium 07
- Medium-Tan 08
- Tan 09
- Golden Tan 10
- Tan-Deep 11
- Neutral Deep 12
- Deep 13
The Max Factor Miracle Second Skin Hybrid Foundation comes in a plastic squeezy tube, with a white plastic pump and gold lid.
I like the packaging a lot, squeezy tubes are so much more travel friendly than chunky glass bottles, and you can reach the dregs when you’ve nearly finished which is a right mission with a glass bottle.
This foundation appeals to me as it contains an SPF20, although a 13 shade, shade range isn’t as inclusive as it could be. The coconut milk formula sounds like it’d be amazing for dry skin, and I can’t wait to give it a try if I can find a shade that matches me.