I used the old version of Healthy Skin foundation for years, until they changed the formula and took my perfect color away (Classic Porcelain.) I tried the Classic Ivory and I felt it was a tad too light, and way too thick. The next color down, Natural Ivory is too pink and Buff is too dark. So, for the last couple of years I have used L'Oreal True Match, which I like but it's a bit chalky looking and dry. I recently went back to Healthy Skin, and it really does smooth my face, and has that dewy look I love, especially in the winter. Just wish they would bring back Classic Porcelain and make it thinner like it used to be! I recommend this foundation to anyone with dry, normal, or combination skin. It may not last the day on really oily skin, but it lasts through the work day for me. I'll probably make a trade off: Neutrogena in the winter and L'Oreal in the summer.