2023 Best Skin Tip !!
New Year, New You
It is believed that wearing new clothes from head to toe symbolizes a new start with fresh hopes for the New Year.
Yibu Beauty launched Mooniest Multitasking Tinted Moisturizer in June of 2021 and it quickly became our #1 selling product. We are excited to share, our tinted moisturizer and the entire Mooncast Collection of products is getting an exciting new outfit. A modern new box with a beautiful ombre orange color that represent this collection.
Multitasking Tinted Moisturizer Contains over 90% skin-loving ingredients.
Break the traditional rule of skin care regimen with a product that adapts to your lifestyle. The right amount of enhancement can help your skin breathe and glow. Let Mooncast’s sheer multitasking skin enhancer liquid cream reimagine your skin.
What is it?
A multitasking tinted moisturizer that combines skin hydrating benefits with hyaluronic acid and aloe vera. Mooncast provides sheer and buildable coverage resulting in a naturally dreamy glow.
Who is it for?
Carefully designed for anyone with concerns of uneven complexion and/or dehydrated skin. Suitable for all ages, lifestyle, and skin types. For dry skin, use over a moisturizer. Benefits: Hydrates, brightens, evens, and nourishes skin. Coverage: Sheer Finish: Naturally Radiant Formulation: Liquid cream, oil-free Shade
How to use:
Give the bottle a shake before use. For sheer coverage, dispense two to three pumps onto the palm, massage hands together, and apply to the face starting from center outward covering the face, forehead and neck. For medium coverage, dispense additional pumps and use a makeup blender tool and blend evenly; add additional layer(s) or use under foundation as desired.
The two available shades cover a diverse range of skin tones from the lightest to the darkest. Does not contain SPF. 100% vegan and cruelty-free. Shipping is limited to United States. We thank you for your support and will work on expanding internationally in the future.
Ingredients free of:
Paraben, formaldehydes, phthalates, triclosan, mine