Nature Republic: Photoshot 3D Concealer in #23 Natural Beige Review


Good Day to my readers! I’m rather pre-occupied right now, but I feel I need to find my a quiet space despite where I am. So here I am, creating a post. 🙂


One of my Nature Republic hauls, I bought Photoshot 3D Concealer in #23 Natural Beige. Why? I was all in a rage before in concealers, all thanks to my panda-like eyes. I  consider my panda eyes as my gaming battle scars and from allergies.


Will this hide my gaming battle scars?

Nature Republic describes this as:

This concealer, with its photo-shop effect, covers skin blemishes and uneven skin tones and delivers a matte-finished look to the skin.
How to Use: Dispense a small amount onto the tip of a finger. Apply it on a blemished area of the face, and lightly pat to smooth out thinly.

Cautions: For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. Discontinue use if signs of irritation or rash appear. Keep out of reach of children. Replace the cap after use.


Each 15g concealer is housed in a tube. I got this at discount price of P445, discounted ($9.86). This is thanks to my discount card!

IMG_0581Dispensing is done by squeezing from the tube. The snout is rather thin and long. The benefit of this design is controlling the output of the product.


The concealer has this rather ashy cast, you can see it upon dispensing. The good part of this is that since this has a slight scent, it won’t bother the people with sensitive noses.


Spreading the product, a little goes a long way. I use around 1-2 beads of concealer on my panda eyes.


Upon blending, it blends well on a non-dark surface. But for my panda eyes, sometimes it looks a little ashy. I would mix this with my bb cream and top it with my powder to have a good finish.  Sometimes, I use primer prior concealer for this (my make-up regime for this: primer-concealer-bb cream-powder). In terms of wear, it lasts for 4 hrs before retouch (without the primer, etc). This might not be ideal for those looking for hardcore make-up.
Will I recommend this? If you’re looking for a relatively inexpensive, easy to tote, go-to concealer, then, you could grab this. For those who have more problematic dark circles (like me!), hardcore make-up, then you might need to search elsewhere.


Sigh! On to the next concealer!



What are your thoughts on this? Will you buy this?




For those who are interested in the ingredients of this item, click here. For those who want to view it minus the analysis, check it out below.



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