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If you have allergy/medical level redness, this is just another foundation. Only very expensive and in a tiny jar. I have major redness. Like true crayon-red, tomato, sunburn face. I manage this in many ways. However, this was not some miracle product for a person with my level red. My redness still shows through, but reduced. If you have my level red you need a green based primer or corrector, not a neutral one like this. This has a thick consistency, is true neutral not too pink or too yellow. A little does go a long way, but if I still need to put on a foundation, for my amount of red this is not cost effective. Try Revlon Colorstay Whipped with Clinique Redness Solutions Daily Protective Base under it. Also this product is much cheaper on the IT cosmetics website. I think if you have average red, go for it, a jar could last you forever. Great ingredients and has a dry texture, if you are oily. You're gonna need some powder over it if you want it to last more like a foundation. Especially if you have the kind of redness that most other people can't understand. Edited to clarify: I should say this is not a foundation, as it does not last the day. This is a corrector for mild to average redness. I don't notice it performing any better than a good concealer at hiding freckles/spots/scars. Start with a tiny amount because this will give you cakey skin fast. I use Real Techniques expert face brush, start at outside (reddest area) of my face and blend inward. Finish with a setting spray after powdering to help with the dry appearance. Does apply nicely over my SPF.
Many packages had already lost their potency and afforded no pain relief effect once applied. I have used this in the past and it should have an immediate tingly, soothing effect to the area applied. Many of these plasters did not seem to have any medication in them at all, as if the item had been exposed to air and the medicated elements had evaporated or something. Perhaps these were expired. They were not shipped in the packaging shown but the green inner packages had been repackaged into a clear plastic bag.