The description on sephora.com is burdened by unintelligible faux science (eg: microspheres and corrective prisms). Behind all this nonsense, there is something clever and that is the use of hyaluronic acid (an ingredient that retains a lot of moisture) to plump out the skin and minimize the appearance of wrinkles. Apart from that there is date seed extract, silicones and a host of parabens, talc and a couple of preservatives that are known irritants.
Nevertheless, I gave it a try. Just Touch Eclat, it comes in a pump that fills a brush at one end. Only in the case of VIP Expert, the brush is fairly big and designed for full-face coverage not just a little dab here and there. It actually does a very nice job. It is extremely light, barely noticeable, yet an excellent camouflage for slight to moderate uneven skin tone. I would say it is more of a substitute for YSL's Teint Parfait than Touch Eclat on those days when you need a bit more help.
UPDATE: After a few days, I fell victim to a rosacea outbreak. After a long process of elimination, VIP was determined the culprit. It is with great disappointment that I have given this up - I really liked the smooth and downy look it gave me. Readers should note that I am the dermatological equivalent of the Princess & the Pea and other users may find that they are fine with this product.