Skindinavia Makeup Primer Spray – Have the Smoothest Skin Possible
Why you should get excited for perfect skin now – and later, especially as we move into summer:
- SUMMER-PROOF YOUR MAKEUP, SAY GOODBYE TO THICK LAYERS: We’re talking about a lightweight silicone-free spray makeup primer – you can say goodbye to heavy, pore-clogging formulations of the past.
- GOOD FOR YOUR PORES NOW, GOOD FOR YOUR PORES LATER!: Our new breathable, silicone-free and paraben-free makeup primer sprays are loaded with vitamins, antioxidants and our proprietary temperature-control technology.
- THE RESULTS ARE IN – SKINCARE MEETS MAKEUP: Clinically-proven to soothe redness, prevent breakouts, control the appearance of oil, even-out skin tone and reduce large pores over time.
SKINDINAVIA’s The Makeup Primer Spray and The Makeup Primer Spray Oil-Control are applied as a micro-fine mists that energizes skin and preps your face as an oil-free canvas for long-lasting makeup wear.
So this summer, brush on foundation, blush and bronzer without fear of creasing, fading and a major meltdown.
I always wear primer when I wear makeup. Although I don’t wear makeup much – when I do, I cannot stand the way my skin feels with makeup on unless I apply primer first. Primer makes my skin feel so soft – baby skin soft once my makeup is applied. And I need so much less makeup when I use primer. It takes two minutes to apply the makeup I apply (not much mind you). Skindinavia is a unique makeup primer in that it is a spray. It simply gets misted over my skin, let it dry, then apply my makeup. It does also make it easier for me to clean my makeup off at the end of the day but at the same time it stays put when I want it to.
Purchase some for yourself at Skindinavia.com.
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