I had used the older version of this 10 years ago, so I knew that it was a good product. However, I couldn’t empty it then, and the shade didn't match my skin. After summer the air turned immediately dry, and I was thinking of using the Albion oil foundation that was good for me last year, but I got worried that the blazing hot summer had oxidized the oil in the foundation, and that’s when I remembered about this product. In terms of hydration and lightness, this foundation is the best! It leaves the skin so smooth after cleansing!! It feels like it contains more pigment than the older version, so when I apply too much or wear too much powder on top, or when my skin condition is simply bad, this foundation doesn't wear beautifully on my skin. You take a small amount on the sponge, lightly dab it, and it looks the most beautiful after about 2 hours… It gives out perfect shine and the skin turns so smooth. If you don't wear a powder you get a natural finish so it doesn't look like you’re wearing full makeup though… I have a flat face, so if I don't use color corrector, I get flat skin. lol Poudre Creme from Cle de Peau alone can give dimension to skin, so you can wear this on certain parts of the face, or mix it with the oil foundation and apply a super thin layer on the skin. You can explore a lot with it. However, I am lazy so I usually go by with my flat face; it is enough for me that my skin is hydrated. If you don't like foundations that are dry or clog your pores, I’d like you to try this. Overall Review: This foundation alone cannot create a mode face, but if I can only own one foundation, I would definitely choose this one! I deduct one point each for the price, and how it doesn't give dimension to my skin.
SPF25 PA++. 6 shades. This serum foundation offers hydration and luminosity. It gives you a flexible yet firm finish that is long-lasting and doesnt crease or settle into pores or fine lines. It glides smoothly onto the skin and blends in effortlessly, so application is easy. It covers the skin and problem areas with a thin layer evenly yet completely.