5 Foundations for Sensitive Skin Under €45

5 Foundations for Sensitive Skin Under €45. It can be hard to find the right foundation for your skin type. The right foundation can smooth over imperfections, even out your skin tone and give you a healthy appearance.

But wearing foundation can be a bit of a hassle if you suffer from sensitive skin.

The wrong formula can aggravate your skin, leading to more redness, dryness and irritation.

So to save you the trouble of trying loads of foundations to find the right one for your sensitive skin, here’s 5 for under €45.

Rimmel Wake Me Up Foundation €11.49



This foundation is the cheapest on the list and has SPF 15, making it a good option for those of you who want to protect your sensitive skin from the sun. It gives a natural looking finish and can be matte-d down with a setting powder.


bareMinerals Original Foundation €30.00



This foundation from bareMinerals is a cult favourite in the beauty community and with good reason. It’s lightweight on the skin and yet gives you a medium to full coverage with a matte finish. Although it’s not exactly cheap, a little goes a long way so it should last you a long time.


Nars Sheer Glow Foundation €43.00



This foundation has been designed to give you full coverage without any nasty parabens, alcohol or fragrance. It’s also dermatologist and opthalmologist tested and is suitable for all skin types. The hydrating formula not only evens out your complexion, but nourishes sensitive skin.


La Roche-Posay Rosaliac Anti-Redness CC Cream €22.99



La Roche-Posay is known for creating makeup with skin conditions in mind and this CC cream is no exception. It designed to reduce the appearance of redness caused by rosacea, eczema, lupus and the weather. It’s been allergy and dermatology tested. It can also double up as a moisturiser and sunscreen (SPF 30).


The Body Shop Fresh Nude Foundation €25.50


This Fresh Nude foundation is formulated to leave your skin feeling comfortable and fresh all day. It gives you a semi-matte finish but leans more on the dewy side.

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