As with all magnificence model, merchandise have come and go from the Profit Cosmetics household of make-up and skincare. Some, nonetheless, have caught round an impressively very long time, like Benetint, the model’s very first product in 1976, and Dr. Feelgood Mattifying Balm, which has spent all the 21st century dutifully de-shining numerous faces. And now, all these years after the beloved multitasking salve first debuted, Profit is lastly launching a derivative: Dr. Feelgood Silky Mattifying Powder.
At first look, it seems to be like virtually the very same product. The spherical tin contains a sepia picture of an affectionate 1920s couple in entrance of inexperienced and gold, wallpaper-like sample, accompanied by the immediately recognizable, pink Dr. Feelgood font. There’s even an applicator very similar to that of the balm. However whereas each merchandise promise to mattify, they go about it fairly otherwise.
Dr. Feelgood Mattifying Balm is thought for its apply-anytime versatility: You possibly can put on it alone, beneath make-up like a primer, or on high of make-up as a technique to blot away noon shine. Dr. Feelgood Silky Mattifying Powder, nonetheless, would not actually work as a primer; and whereas it may possibly undoubtedly work on naked pores and skin, it serves its highest objective as a technique to set make-up. “This translucent powder immediately minimizes shine, units make-up, and controls extra floor oil for 12 hours,” Profit boasts. “The silky, unfastened setting powder feels weightless and has an invisible end, leaving nothing behind however natural-looking matte pores and skin.” It even guarantees to eradicate the dreaded flashback impact that makes so many different setting powders embarrassingly obvious in photographs.
So now that Dr. Feelgood Silky Mattifying Powder has arrived, does it imply that Dr. Feelgood Mattifying Balm is being discontinued? Though there’s undoubtedly sufficient room in our make-up baggage for each, a pair hints recommend it could be on its method out. Whereas it’s in inventory on the Saks, Nordstrom, and Macy’s web sites, it’s out of inventory on Profit’s personal website and has fully dropped off the face of Sephora’s.
Both method, Dr. Feelgood Silky Mattifying Powder is welcome addition to Profit’s choices, and it is now obtainable on benefitcosmetics.com and hsn.com.