Sharing my new favorites from Quick FX.
Quick FX products are sold at Watson’s stores and has been around for quite some time already. The very first product I tried from the brand was the Eyelift cream. I would have used the eye cream faithfully, if not for the eternally annoying packaging (wasn’t able to take a picture but you can Google sample photos).
The first products I saw selling on shelves were the eyelift cream, tinted moisturizer and pimple eraser. Currently, they now have the no shine mattifier. What I loved about the no shine mattifier is the packaging, it comes with a ‘tube’ that prevents spilling unlike of the eyelift cream (same packaging as the tinted moisturizer). Considering the price of Php89.00, I’m happy that it helps keep the oilies at bay at a longer period of time.
I think the no shine mattifier is Quick FX’s most ‘expensive’ product. The tinted moisturizer costs at Php49.00 only and if you buy 2 you get one for free. Which I sort of ‘hoarded’ yesterday.
I first bought one just to try it out last week, and after having tried it for a few days, I liked it a lot. Not the greatest product out there but it does it job quite well.
The texture resembles of a BB cream.
Considering it is a tinted moisturizer, it is a little bit heavy for a moisturizer but much more light weight than a BB cream. Very blendable and lightly conceals blemishes. After applying, I put on my no shine mattifier on top which mattifies my face decently.
What I love about the no shine mattifier is that it works like a primer. I normally oil up within 4 hours, but with this product it helps keep the oilies almost half a day. It also makes my make up stay longer, most especially my blush on.
Like all primers, it claims to also lessen appearance of fine lines and lessen visibility of pores. I wouldn’t say that it lessened the appearance of my pores but, it helped smoothen it out a bit.
(p.s. I’m writing my experience based on how it reacts on my skin, however I am not assuming it would work just the same as we have different skin ‘conditions’ to begin with)
Other factors I liked about no shine mattifier product:
- Unlike the ELF Face Primer (which I bought a couple of months ago), Quick FX does not make my face look dark.
- Powdery finish
It’s great that there are ‘dupe’ products out there that doesn’t cost a lot of money. You can bet that Quick FX will be a staple in my skin care routine from now on.
Anyone tried any of Quick FX’s products? Share in the comments section below~