The three new products have been designed to blur away redness, discolouration and signs of tiredness
Indeed Laboratories has added to its Nanoblur range with a line-up of colour correcting products (£16 each).
The 3-sku collection features a green shade, designed to cover up redness, broken capillaries and rosacea; a yellow colour, to help brighten dull and discoloured skin, blended with mica; and a purple shade, to balance and neutralise yellow undertones, which also contains an anti-ageing complex.
Each product is said to contain a peptide-rich formula, helping to improve skin over time, along with Nigella sativa oil, a mineral trio of copper, zinc and magnesium, and squalene oil to moisturise and sooth skin.
Meanwhile, its cream to powder texture is lightweight designed to blend easily into the skin.
The products can be used under make-up, mixed with foundation or used alone and are available in select Boots stores across the UK.