Now they made a few changes to the design of the bottle, changing from plastic to glass which I prefer also unlike Healthy Mix this doesn't show how much product you have used which is a shame because you have no real way of seeing if it's nearly run out. I do on a whole like the packaging, the bottle isn't too chunky so fits in a make-up bag nicely.
It comes with a pump and is very easy to control how much product you use. I would say this foundation gives medium coverage and is definitely buildable. This is very easy to apply and is a little on the runny side which I like because it makes buffing it into the skin very easy. It feel very light on the skin and looks very natural whilst still covering any problem areas. The shade I have is 52 which is the second lightest. There doesn't seem to be a great colour range suiting to people with light to medium skin tones. Both shades 51 and 52 are both yellow toned which I like because it cancels out any redness very well.
As someone who has oily skin I do find that this doesn't keep me matte all day. The original Healthy Mix does last longer for me and stays matte longer. From reading other peoples thoughts I would say that the original Healthy Mix is more suited to combination/oily skin and the Healthy Mix Serum will suit normal/dry skin. For me these are the best drugstore foundations out there at the moment, I have found very few faults with them. I don't find that it goes patchy and definitely doesn't feel cacky on the skin.
I wouldn't repurchase the Healthy Mix Serum just because I think the normal Healthy Mix foundation is better suited for my skin type. Healthy Mix Serum retails for £10.99 and is available here.
Have you tried any of the Bourjous Healthy Mix foundations?