The major ingredients are zinc, copper, kaolin, magnesium, and listed under "may contain" are silicon, mica and bismuth oxychoride. The foundation is available in only four shades. 25€.
The pot contains 5 grams of product, and it comes with a kabuki brush. It is a bit stiff though. The lighting was not great so I could not see the coverage very well, but the foundation felt imperceptible. I might just give this a try when the weather gets hot and humid.
Another novelty that's coming up is Lancome's Tropiques Minerale collection.
With 90% of natural ingredients, Lancome claims to be offering a brand new generation of bronzer. The above is the Poudre Libre de Soleil Minérale Lissante. It has a perlized finish for a more luminous look. 43€.
There is also the compact bronzer with SPF10, featuring a nomad design.
You can use this with the kabuki brush. 36€.
Apparently, the mineral makeup trend is just starting in Italy!