Revolution Pro Correcting Face Primer (Anti-Redness) Review

This is a very different sort of post for my blog, but as a recent purchase I decided to share my thoughts.

As far as I am aware, this product is fairly new to the Revolution Pro range as there is a similar primer in their standard range.

So what does the product claim to do? According to Superdrug, this primer claims:

‘Blush, but only where you want it! Lightweight and water-based, Revolution PRO Correcting Anti-Redness Primer contains sheer mint pigments that help to balance and conceal unwanted redness in the complexion.’

First of all, my skin is fairly normal-dry but it is sensitive and very prone to redness/flushing hence why this product captured my attention. Specifically, I was on the hunt for some sort of product to replace foundation as I genuinely don’t feel the need to invest in such a product to simply cover some facial redness.

So with that, how did the Revolution Pro Correcting face primer perform?

I found the tube to be rather strange as I found that product would just ooze from the top so I feel that so much was wasted by ending up in the tube cap. I also felt that the product went down quite quickly and the tube soon felt ‘airy’ and I wasn’t using much product as I only applied it to my cheeks.


The actual product, I really liked. It was lightweight and corrected fairly well so my skin looked more even toned without masking any of my natural skin (Hope that makes sense). I found that it did give a green-grey tinge to my face so it almost looked dull, but this tends to be the case for green correcting primers. However, I didn’t find this to be a drastic issue as I applied some non-translucent powder across these areas to bring back colouring. I found it fairly hard to determine the wear-time of the product as it is so natural looking.

Primer applied with powder
Primer applied with powder












I would recommend this product to anyone looking for a natural face product to even skin tone, especially for the price point at £7. I’d also recommend it to anyone with redness discolouration who will also apply some form of foundation of face product over the top.


I would consider purchasing the Revolution Pro Correcting Face Primer again, but I will probably look around for other products to try. This is due to the amount of product included and the packaging which can be improved.


Please leave a comment down below to let me know what you thought of the Revolution Pro Correcting Face Primer!

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