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Beauty Guru, Kayla, says: First Aid Beauty is $30 for 1.5oz & Sephora Collection is $16 for 1.69oz. Both have a whipped texture. Both feel very light on the face and don't feel greasy. Both have a very mild fragrance. Sephora brand is stamped with the Clean at Sephora seal. First Aid Beauty is marketed for Normal & Combo skin while Sephora is marketed for Normal, Combo, Dry & Oily. But while looking at the ingredients there are quite a few that are not good for oily skin that has a comedogenic rating of a 3 or a 4. It also has Citric Acid in it which could cause problems for someone with sensitive skin. So, unless you have dry skin I would stay away from the Sephora brand. First Aid Beauty, on the other hand, is great for oily, dry & sensitive skin. & only has 1 ingredient with a high comedogenic rating. Sephora has anti-aging properties while First Aid Beauty fights acne, anti-aging & promotes brightening. In the end, I think both products feel the same & smell very similar but they have very different ingredients and target too many different areas of the skin to be considered similar. Definitely purchase either product depending on your needs.
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