Review: Korres Quercetin and Oak Concealer

When I'm in a hurry, sometimes I just throw on a bit of eyeliner, mascara, concealer, and powder. The concealer is an essential part of the application, as it can be used to give my skin a more even appearance. I have several areas of redness on my fair skin, so if I have to use just one concealer, I need one with a slight yellow tint. Enter Korres Quercetin and Oak Antiageing Concealer, in light.

Pros:
  • Four different shades
  • Creamy consistency
  • A little goes a long way
  • Gentle ingredients
  • Minimal settling
Cons:
  • Only one shade per pot
Summary:
If I were to choose just one color for a concealer, the light shade comes quite close. While my first choice is to use a duo with a yellow shade and a peach shade for the cleanest under-eye circle coverage, this shade worked well on blemishes and redness. It had a creamy consistency but doesn't settle into fine lines as readily as most concealers. It currently comes in four shades (fair to tan), all of which rate a low 1 on the EWG Skin Deep database. I would love to see this reformulated to vegan, and perhaps a peach shade added to the lineup. Otherwise, it's a great concealer with a fantastic consistency.

Also available on Amazon.com: concealer alone or in the 3 Step Prep kit.

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Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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