How to choose the best foundation for summer 2018?

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Many of us choose to skip foundation, or pretty much swear off all makeup, during the summer in order to avoid looking like a melting contour palette in the heat. We get that—but let’s be honest: We don’t always have the best skin days, and sometimes a little foundation can save everything. If you want to wear sexy, but do not want to show your skin defects, you better try Dermacol Foundation. Dermacol Foundation contains up to 50% pigments to ensure to cover up pretty much anything such as acne, spots, post surgical bruising, tattoos etc. Dermacol make-up cover also provides 30 SPF protection from the sun’s UV rays. This product has passed clinical test and fits for variety of skin tones.



A lot of people praise Dermacol for covering tattoos as well. As you can see from the swatches, you can get a good coverage on tattoos, but once again you do need to set with a powder to ensure a better finish. This also means that it would be great for covering acne scarring or micro pigmentation.


Summer beauty is something we look forward to every year, yet looking polished this time of year can be tricky; next-level humidity and long days—not to mention sultry summer nights—can all take a toll on your makeup. While mascara making its way down your cheeks is never a good look, the struggle that is keeping your foundation from sweating off is real. (Shame we can’t cart a personal face fan around 24/7.) Layering on primers is always a good strategy for keeping everything in place, but even the best formulas can fail in the face of a balmy day.


For flawless skin that stays that way, a quality budgeproof foundation is your best bet—but finding one that doesn’t clog pores, and does what it says (read: doesn’t move) is a challenge. Happily, it’s one we’re up to. We’ve rounded up the top foundations that stay in place regardless of the rising temperatures and endless humidity.


Dermacol Make-up Cover Foundation

Paraffinum Liquidum: A mixture of mineral oils that is a byproduct of petroleum. It is used as skin protectant and emollient.

Paraffin: Petroleum hydrocarbons (mineral oils) that are mixed together.

Cera: Skin conditioner and omega 6 fatty acid usually found in meat.

Microcristallina: Microcrystalline wax, creates a more opaque look and controls viscosity.

Petrolatum: A mixture of hydrocarbons included in cosmetics products as an emollient.

Alumina: Also known as aluminum oxide, this is a crystalline aluminum and oxygen compound. It is used as an absorbent, anti-caking agent, abrasive, and thickening agent.

Glyceryl Stearate: This fatty acid appears in nature and works as a lubricant for the skin. It penetrates the skin deeply to keep it from losing moisture.

Silica Silylate: Suspending agent, increases viscosity, and is also an anti-caking agent in cosmetics.

Parfum: fragrance


Apply a thin layer of the product on clean skin before applying other make-up as well. It can be used in thicker layers to cover acne and even tattoos, especially in film and photography shoots.

Most Popular Dermacol Product


The introduction of Dermacol’s Makeup Cover line was a definitive turning point for the company. The vision behind those breakthrough Dermacol products can be attributed to the success you see today. It’s no surprise then that one of Dermacol’s most popular products is the Makeup Cover foundation. Dermacol Makeup Cover is a full coverage foundation that promises to provide the most intense coverage and still maintain a natural finish to skin. Dermacol Makeup Cover was one of the first brands to introduce such an opaque foundation with a formulation that is made up of 50 % pigment. This high concentration of pigments within the Dermacol Makeup Cover make it one of best foundations to cover more intense or difficult to conceal blemishes. The Dermacol Makeup Cover is great for completely neutralizing dark under eye circles and thoroughly camouflaging imperfections like hyperpigmentation, acne, bruises, and even tattoos. The only downfall of the Dermacol Makeup Cover is its limited shade range. You can find the Dermacol Makeup Cover foundation available in 13 shades best suited for those with very pale to medium tan skin tones.

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