“MADARA is an entirely natural and organic range of cosmetics manufactured in Latvia. Its ingredients include biologically certified flower and herb extracts from the Baltic region, as well as other natural substances.”
“Deeply hydrates, firms and regulates excess sebum. Tightens pores, reduces shine and refreshes the skin. Extra light structure, oil free formula.”
And this second photo was taken barely 20 seconds later. It really didn't take long to trickle down my fingers. And when I applied it to my face, my skin absorbed it pretty much straight away, which is unusual for a moisturiser, because my skin generally doesn’t absorb moisturisers that quickly, unless I’m going through a phase of having really dry skin (which doesn't happen that often)!
And my oily skin: I wouldn't say that this is a wonder miracle cure for oily skin, but it does feel nice and soft after using it. I don't really have that much else to say about it, to be honest. I'm always dubious of something that claims to tighten pores (is that really even possible?), but it does reduce to initial appearance of shine.
Would I buy this? At £23, it is very expensive to the type of budget that I work to. Neverthless, as a product, I do like it in the sense of naturality and the smell is really gorgeous, but I'm not entirely convinced that it's doing that much for my skin. But, if I learnt one thing from this product, it is that I should not be using cream-based moisturisers as they just drown my skin. I'll definitely be finishing the product, and I'll have to see, after I've been using it for a much longer period, if it helps combat my breakouts.
To find out more, about this product and everything else that Madara has to offer, check out their website.
I know that a heck of a lot of people have been raving about the Madara Tinting Fluid, but has anyway tried any of their other products? I'd love to know what you think :D