It was created by former medical aesthetician, Pauline Youngblood, who was inspired to help her patients with severely traumatised skin from harsh laser treatments, acne, rosacea and cosmetic surgeries. Such patients often take up to six months before their skin returns to normal, and Pauline wanted to create a make up product that would cover the skin, while simultaneously allowing it to breathe and heal. Hence it's a great product for all skins - not just those in recovery.
Now powder mineral foundation has been around for a while but I've not found it to work well for me. I'm a liquid foundation girl every time and I prefer to use my fingers to apply, not a brush. So I was very excited to find a liquid foundation with the benefits of minerals.
I also purchased the fixing powder while I was there - at £20, it's well priced and lovely to use also:
If you're further afield, there are lots of Destination Skin clinics across the UK - details on this link. For anyone in Ireland, there's a Facebook page with details of events and launches on this link.