The first few times I used Revitalizing Supreme I was very, very disappointed. It's one of those products that adapt to all skin tones. On me the colour was too dark and it didn't do much to even out my skin tone. Then I realised that I was using way too much product. I'd been applying it like I would a tinted moisturiser when I needed to use half that amount. Once I got that sorted it was love. I use Revitalizing Supreme as the last step in my skin care routine. It can be worn alone or under your base, which is how I use it. I put it on, let it absorb then apply my foundation or whatever base I'm using.
At $80 it's ridiculously expensive, but I use so little that it will last ages, I'd guess around six months.
Texture wise, Insta Flawless is lighter and less hydrating than Revitalizing Supreme. That's not a huge issue for me as I wear them over moisturiser. Insta Flawless is SPF 15 and Revitalizing Supreme is SPF 10.
Insta Flawless comes in two shades, light to medium (this is the shade I use) and medium to dark, Revitalizing Supreme is one shade that adapts to all skin tones. I find Revitalizing Supreme to be slightly more orange in tone. You can see in the photo's below that Insta Flawless looks lighter. They both work for me when they're blended in, if I wasn't looking closely I wouldn't be able to tell the difference.
|Revitalizing Supreme on the top, Insta Flawless on the bottom.|
|Rubbed in a little bit|
|Fully blended in|
Note: Insta Flawless was provided for review. I purchased Revitalizing Supreme myself.