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Urban Decay B6 Vitamin-Infused Complexion Prep Spray

What it is: A soothing prep spray that features the first stabilized form of vitamin B6, which absorbs oil, minimizes pores, and reduces redness. What it does: Spritz on this soothing spray any time of day to hydrate, prep, and soften skin with vitamins and antioxidants. Use it in the morning to prep and wake up your skin, during the day to for a quick refresh that won’t mess up your makeup, or at night before your treatment. Versatile enough for people of all ages and skin types, this energizing formula is great for your complexion and feels amazing. What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates - Phthalates What else you need to know: This oil- and paraben-free spray comes in a sleek, soft-touch bottle that emits a calibrated, microfine mist. It goes on so light, you’ll hardly feel it. Vitamin B6 normalizes overactive cell-signaling proteins (called cytokines) to help control sebum production, vitamin E provides antioxidants, and willow bark (rich in natural salicylic acid) supports natural cell turnover. In a clinical study, after 8 weeks of use: - 81% of participants had a measurable reduction in oil and surface shine - 78% had more radiant skin with less redness and fewer blemishes - 72% had a measurable improvement in their skin’s overall appearance
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Questions & Answers for Urban Decay B6 Vitamin-Infused Complexion Prep Spray

Question
Do you also use primer with this?
Do you put this product on before primer or in place of primer?
asked 1 year ago
krtty1125
(Granby, CT)
on B6 Vitamin-Infused Complexion Prep Spray
7 answers
Answers
answer 1
I use it in pace of primer
answered 6 months ago
xv143
(LA)
answer 2
This is not a primer at all. It is more of a toner.
answered 9 months ago
FloraFauna
(Chicago, Il)
answer 3
Personally I like it best after moisturizer and before primer. I have tried it without primer, without moisturizer and really a few different combos of the 3 and prefer it best after moisturizer and before primer. Hope that helps!
answered 9 months ago
MissBrunzy
(MN)
answer 4
I am extremely oily, so I use this before I put on a primer
answered 10 months ago
browneyecar
answer 5
I spray then moisturize, then prime then foundation
answered 1 year ago
kendra402
(South Carolina)
answer 6
Yes, this is definitely a replacement for, and an improvement upon, primer!!
answered 1 year ago
NLB19
(Chattanooga, TN)
answer 7
B6 is more like a skin prepping spray. It stops the oil from producing on your skin, helps reduce blemishes and redness. They recommend using it before makeup application, so still use a primer. You can sprtiz some more on throughout your day for a refresh-pick me up & if you feel oily.
answered 1 year ago
StaceCakes
(New York, NY)
Question
Use with moisturizer AND primer?
I have to moisturize before putting on any makeup whatsoever, but I don't always use primer. Would it be too much to use moisturizer, spray this, and then use primer, all before even putting foundation on? Does this product eliminate the need to use primer? I know that primer makes your makeup last longer and go on smoother, but I figure my moisturizer can fill in lines and smooth my skin just as well. With the addition of B6, which would help my makeup last longer and control oil, do you think a primer is even necessary?
asked 1 year ago
lilsteroo
on B6 Vitamin-Infused Complexion Prep Spray
7 answers
Answers
answer 1
I use this BEFORE my oil and cream and primer. That way the B6 part gets to my skin first.
answered 7 months ago
MaritimeMax
(Halifax, NS, Canada)
answer 2
Doesn't eliminate need for primer but creates a pore less look allowing for an airbrushed finish.
answered 7 months ago
athom13
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 3
I use this with a clean face after I use toner. Then I use moisturizer, then primer. It's great! Although I don't think there is any correlation with using it as a primer.
answered 7 months ago
hannarosehunt
(McLean, VA)
answer 4
I use in this order with fantastic results: B6 spray, gel moisturizer, Naked BB cream (or primer- the BB cream works as a primer), foundation, All Nighter setting spray (probably not necessary unless you have a long day ahead of you like I typically do).
answered 8 months ago
Cldouglas
(Dallas, TX)
answer 5
I layer many serums, potions, lotions, sunblocks, primers, and firming agents together at times with a good result. The secret is to pat, not rub, when you are layering emollients.
answered 9 months ago
FloraFauna
(Chicago, Il)
answer 6
I spray this on first after cleansing and before any serums (I don't use moisturizer at present). I believe the sugesstion from UD is to use it first before other products but you can also use it to freshen up your make up throughout the day. I just use it in the a.m. and at bedtime, but always first before anything else. It does not replace a primer. What it seems to do for me is to help calm any minor redness and decrease oilness. I've noticed that before bed if I have a small pimple and spray my face with Prep then by the morning it looks much better. I've had this bottle over a month, use twice daily as I said with about 4 sprays each time. If you haven't already tried it, I'd say go for it and if you don't notice any positive changes, then return it. Let's face it, it's another step to add to the routine but it's soo quick. The mist is super fine and absorbs almost instantly. As far as the primer, I swear by them. Right now I'm using Guerlain but also have Hourglass that I use here and there. Smashbox primers are very good. I used their light primer for years and only changed it up because that's how girls are sometimes....always looking to try new things and the next "miracle." I might add that I also use two other UD sprays as needed, the Deslick and All-Nighter. They're great too because I work very long hours and my make up stays freash for 12 hours plus. I swear all these products have helped my post-baby oily, oily skin. Before baby all I used was primer and foundation powder. Oh how things have changed!
answered 11 months ago
jcmb
(PA)
answer 7
What I do is spray let dry a little bit , then moisturizer , primer then foundation
answered 1 year ago
kendra402
(South Carolina)
Question
Does this overdry mature sin?
I have mature skin which is still oily and acne-prone, but dry on the surface. I usually wear oil-free fdts. and I spray UD's All-Nighter on top to avoid powdery look. However, I live in a very dry climate and sometimes my sin feels overdry. Would this spray help me, or would it further dry my skin? BTW, I intensely dislike the "glowy" (for me, greasy) look. Thanks!
asked 11 months ago
perfumequeen
(Boise, ID)
on B6 Vitamin-Infused Complexion Prep Spray
7 answers
Answers
answer 1
I have dry-combo skin in the winter and I don't find it drys out my dry spots anymore. I do use an oil and a cream on top of it before my makeup though
answered 7 months ago
MaritimeMax
(Halifax, NS, Canada)
answer 2
I am 33 and I love this product. It's super light, non oily, absorbs quick. I use it several times a day which I would never think of doing with any other face product as I break out super easily. My skin is acne prone in some areas, oily in the T zone, and super dry every where else. In 2 weeks my skin is softer, less red, and feels refreshed whenever I use the spray.
answered 7 months ago
Fenix16
(Whittier, CA)
answer 3
This hasn't dried my skin out at all, just perfected it and helps control oil. I use this spray first then Clinque's moisture surge gel and my skin stays hydrated and oil-free.
answered 8 months ago
Cldouglas
(Dallas, TX)
answer 4
I have dry,adult-acne prone skin as well. I use the chill setting spray with all-nighter over if I need my makeup to last that long. But,the chill daily. I love it..I just started using the b6 spray and can say I've not noticed more dryness. I've read through much of the reviews. A lot say it's hydrating. I do have a more oily t zone and some larger pores. So that is what attracted me to this product. But,like the other answer said,all u can do is give it a go. Everybody has different skin. And thank goodness that Sephora does have a great return policy! I will update or review soon after I give this a little time.
answered 9 months ago
wintery
(cincinatti ,OH)
answer 5
No, it is very hydrating.
answered 9 months ago
FloraFauna
(Chicago, Il)
answer 6
Thank you, jcmb. That was very helpful.
answered 11 months ago
perfumequeen
(Boise, ID)
answer 7
I wonder if maybe the UD Chill spray would be better for you since your skin is on the drier side. I have oily skin and the B6 spray has seemed to keep it under control but it does not make me dry. Honestly, I can't imagine anything that would cause me to be dry! You may want to try both sprays and you can always return them. But I'd probably suggest trying only one at a time so you can tell if one is working or not. Really the only thing to do is to try them. And it takes more than a one-time use. But Sephora has a great return policy so that gives you plenty of time to decide which, if any, is right for you. For my oily skin I use the B6 on a clean face and after the make up I spray the DeSlick and then the All-Nighter (when I'm working because I work long, sweaty shifts). Good luck! It's taken me awhile to find a new regime after having suffered so many hormonal issues after having a baby, but with trial and error I think I'm finally getting there!
answered 11 months ago
jcmb
(PA)
Question
Scent?
I am very sensitive to product scents - does this have one?
asked 1 year ago
wende
(Dallas, TX)
on B6 Vitamin-Infused Complexion Prep Spray
6 answers
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answer 1
Not that I can detect, and I love light scent.
answered 1 month, 3 weeks ago
MyOtherCoat
(Atlanta, GA)
answer 2
It has a mild scent, but not too bad. I'm mildly allergic to perfume and it is ok for me
answered 7 months ago
hannarosehunt
(McLean, VA)
answer 3
it's a really light scent - almost nonexistent a few seconds after you spray it.
answered 9 months ago
suziewuzie
(SF, CA)
answer 4
Uhm, I would say yes it does have a scent. However, its not that bad. I actually kind of like it.
answered 1 year ago
averagesmile
(Mesa, AZ)
answer 5
I didn't notice any scent when spraying on my face. Normally, I don't like makeup that smells, and this wasn't a problem with the spray.
answered 1 year ago
ravenblack
(Houston, TX)
answer 6
I wouldn't consider this scent free, but as someone who is also sensitive to heavy perfumes, I have had no problem with this. It's very subtle, and fades quickly. It isn't perfumed heavily, but at the same time it doesn't smell gross.
answered 1 year ago
sheerbeauty
(Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Question
Does it prolong the wear of make up? Like UD all nighter does?
asked 10 months ago
Mahrosh
(Montreal)
on B6 Vitamin-Infused Complexion Prep Spray
6 answers
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answer 1
I know that you can apply this after your makeup as a spray to perhaps remove the powdery look makeup can sometimes give, but I do not think it is meant to work like the setting sprays are. In may case, because of my oily/combo skin, spraying this BEFORE i moisturize decreases my oil production, while in turn prolongs the wear of my makeup. With that being said, it would depend on your skin type. But generally speaking, no, this product is not meant to be a setting spray to use after your makeup to prolong wear. The most it will do is freshen up your makeup or remove a powdery look, unless you have oily skin and spray it on before any makeup application to try and control any oil which may cause your makeup to wear off faster than normal.
answered 9 months ago
gmb25
(Durham, NH)
answer 2
If you spray this before you put on your primer, and then again after your makeup is done, I think it helps a lot with keeping things in place, though that's not officially what its job is. It may not help to the extent that the other sprays, which are expressly for that purpose, help, but it has a lot of other benefits besides just setting makeup, which it does adequately.
answered 9 months ago
Byrns
(LA)
answer 3
Nope! I applied my makeup with this applied first, and my foundation has faded. Go for UD's De-Slick spray, you will be thrilled with the results!
answered 9 months ago
FloraFauna
(Chicago, Il)
answer 4
I haven't noticed that it adds any staying power to my foundation like a regular "primer." It does seems to shrink my pores and take the redness away, but I wouldn't say that it added any longer wear-time foundation.
answered 10 months ago
misst2
(Poteau, Oklahoma)
answer 5
It is a primer so it will help to keep makeup looking smooth on the face for long periods of time.
answered 10 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 6
No, this is not intended to be a setting spray. It does a pretty good job in controlling oil production which helps prolonging makeup in place. I would recommend the use a setting spray though.
answered 10 months ago
thatha
(San Francisco, CA)
Question
dry-combo skin?
I know it says this is good fir all skin types. However,after looking at the review s, it seems most are normal to oily skin types. I have combo skin which is more dry with normal in t zone now that the Midwest winter is here. Should I avoid this or try to concentrate on my t zone? But,then the redness reducing and pore minimizing really wouldn't be put where I need it..
asked 9 months ago
wintery
(cincinatti ,OH)
on B6 Vitamin-Infused Complexion Prep Spray
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
I also have combination skin. It evens out the oily and the dry, so I like it a lot!
answered 3 months ago
wowwwitserin
(New York)
answer 2
I have dry-combo skin in the winter and it works on my redness then too. I get more oily in the summertime. It's a great product all year for me.
answered 7 months ago
MaritimeMax
(Halifax, NS, Canada)
answer 3
I have combination skin as well! It definitely works for me! Although I use it for redness mostly (and it works for that!) Hope this helps
answered 7 months ago
hannarosehunt
(McLean, VA)
answer 4
I have very combination skin. This is amazing for my combo skin! It makes my skin feel so soft and refreshed. Reduces redness and pores and it's not drying at all. LOVE THIS STUFF.
answered 8 months ago
4theluvoftarte
(Denver, CO)
answer 5
I have a combination skin and I use this. It is nice and moisturizes a bit and prepares your skin for moisturizer and other stuff for your face. I like to use it, but it will not be enough to use alone as a moisturizer. If you are going to use it as a prep spray then I think you should give it a try. I really like it. I noticed that my dry patches are gone around my cheek area. If you don't like it, you can always just return it!
answered 9 months ago
Damster
(Carmel, IN)
answer 6
My skin is very combination, with horrible dry spots and oily everything else, and I think this helps with both. It doesn't dry your skin out, but helps mattify the pily concern areas.
answered 9 months ago
Byrns
(LA)
Question
does this help with active acne n scaring from acne
asked 1 year, 1 month ago
AmyWebbWI
on B6 Vitamin-Infused Complexion Prep Spray
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
I've noticed a reduced number of breakouts since I started using this. It won't help with the actual scars, but my scars look about a thousand times worse when my skintone is red or uneven which this product helps take care of. So now, it won't get rid of the actual scars, but it will lessen the appearance of them just by reducing the redness. I have enough acne scarring that you'll very rarely see me outside the door without make up on and there have been a few times after using this where I have felt comfortable enough to walk around in the public with no make up on at all.
answered 4 months ago
GirlyGamer
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 2
It will probably help with the redness and maybe healing, but I don't know about the rest.
answered 7 months ago
MaritimeMax
(Halifax, NS, Canada)
answer 3
I haven't seen it help with active acne and it doesn't help too much with scarring but it does fade scarring for me.
answered 7 months ago
hannarosehunt
(McLean, VA)
answer 4
Go for a product with glycol. Phillip Thomas Roth makes amazing glycol pads. Glycol, glycol, glycol! Don't forget the sunscreen.
answered 9 months ago
FloraFauna
(Chicago, Il)
answer 5
No!! I used this stuff for a week and it broke me out SO bad. I didn't really have acne to begin with, maybe a pimple or two but since using the B6 spray I have acne all over my face. I stopped using it a few days ago and can already see an improvement. Definitely don't waste your money.
answered 1 year ago
rhiannacristine
(Dallas, TX)
answer 6
I haven't been using it too long, but I will say that I have had no new acne since using it, and it does reduce the amount of blackheads I have accumulated. So, I would definitely say its worth a shot!
answered 1 year ago
averagesmile
(Mesa, AZ)
Question
how long does it last?
i will probably use this every single day once in the morning. how long will the 4 ounces last for me to use?
asked 1 year ago
angiemakeupnoob
on B6 Vitamin-Infused Complexion Prep Spray
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
It lasted me about 4-5 months of everyday use, about 3-4 sprays a day.
answered 3 months, 1 week ago
jmosh
(Long Island, NY)
answer 2
I use this product every day in the morning, and a lot of times I used it at night before I go to bed too before my moisturizer because I have oily skin and it keeps it at a very nice balance. I've had my bottle for 2 months now and I probably still have about a quarter to a third of the bottle left.
answered 4 months ago
GirlyGamer
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 3
I use this day and night and I'm on month 5 and still going.
answered 7 months ago
MaritimeMax
(Halifax, NS, Canada)
answer 4
If you are asking about the sample size, I just finished mine. I used it every day. It definitely last a long time if you spray an average of 2 sprays per day. It lasted me about 3-4 months i think.
answered 7 months ago
hannarosehunt
(McLean, VA)
answer 5
I use mine twice a day, three to four sprays at a time and I've had it now for a few months with plenty left. The spray is very fine so yours should last you for awhile.
answered 11 months ago
jcmb
(PA)
answer 6
if you used this every morning, I would think this bottle should last a full month, perhaps a little longer depending on how much you spray at one time. It does come out as a very fine mist and I would think one spray should pretty much do your entire face.
answered 1 year ago
sherryk42
(Morgantown, WV)
Question
Blush users
So, i read that this helps with redness. So if I spray before primer/etc itll help with my mild rosacea. Now recently I've been digging blush. What will happen if I spray this after I put on my blush(which is the last thing I do)?
asked 9 months ago
NikkiTeeen
on B6 Vitamin-Infused Complexion Prep Spray
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
This is not a setting spray, it's a complexion prep spray, so it's skin care not makeup. Try their setting sprays for after your makeup is complete!
answered 3 months, 1 week ago
jmosh
(Long Island, NY)
answer 2
I've sprayed this on my face to try and touch up my oilyness, which it says you can do but I don't like the way it sets. I wouldn't spray it on after blush. I spray it on my face before my moisturizer which will help even out your skintone before putting on your makeup. If you need to touch up, I found the clean and clear oil blotting sheets work best.
answered 4 months ago
GirlyGamer
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 3
Personally, I would use this before anything otherwise I don't know if it would work the way it is supposed to. I'm sure you could probably do a base spray then use it to set once you have put on makeup, but I think that would be overkill. I use this as a base spray then set with the All-Nighter spray.
answered 8 months ago
Cldouglas
(Dallas, TX)
answer 4
Use this before moisturizers,treatments and after cleansing. Even if you were to spray over makeup as a "pick me up", it is such a fine mist,it doesn't affect your makeup.
answered 9 months ago
wintery
(cincinatti ,OH)
answer 5
This tames redness of bare skin and does not effect the pigments of makeup.
answered 9 months ago
FloraFauna
(Chicago, Il)
answer 6
You spray this on your clean face before you add moisturizer and all of that stuff, like a toner.
answered 9 months ago
MKay8
(Schaumburg, IL)
Question
What order should I use?
If I use Clinique 3 step system, and foundation when would I use this? After the "toner" and before moisturizer, or after the moisturizer before the foundation?
asked 7 months ago
lilparisienne
(Savannah, GA)
on B6 Vitamin-Infused Complexion Prep Spray
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
I use a step system too and I've had this pray work best after toner before moisturizer!
answered 1 week, 1 day ago
Isaidys
(Clearwater, Florida)
answer 2
Before the toner, and then foundation.
answered 1 month ago
Yenilianty
answer 3
You can use it after the toner, before any serums or moisturizers! :)
answered 3 months, 1 week ago
jmosh
answer 4
I'd use it after the toner, but before the moisturizer. However, I don't always use the toner because any toner can be really drying on my skin, even a mild one. I only use the toner if I have excessive breakouts.
answered 4 months ago
GirlyGamer
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 5
I use this after I moisturize and before primer and foundation.
answered 7 months ago
firedxupp
(Raleigh, NC)
answer 6
I use it right after I cleanse, before moisturizer. I don't use toner, but would probably spray it on after toner.
answered 7 months ago
putt11
(Chillicothe, OH)
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