Friday, December 19, 2014


By Eva Fydrych

Keep Your Skin Young & Healthy

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Even though it might not be sunny outside, that doesn't mean that you don't have to wear sunscreen every day. UV light easily penetrates clouds and leads to sun damage as well as premature aging of your skin. Do not forget to apply a daily amount of SPF of at least 15 to keep your skin protected and looking younger for years. 

90% of aging comes from the sun which is also one of the main trigger factors for hyperpigmentation on the skin. If you aren't keen on applying SPF on top of your makeup, try Dermalogica Skin Perfect Primer SPF30, a perfect base for your skin with an SPF30 which will keep your skin safe in all weather conditions.

Makeup primer sets the canvas for long-lasting makeup coverage and helps to create an even skin tone. 

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Primer has the unique ability to fill in fine lines and wrinkles. It reduces the look of large pores and prevents foundation from looking cakey. It also helps with evening out the skin tone and making your makeup last much longer throughout the day. Using primer as a layer between your skin and foundation provides the base necessary to create the appearance of perfect skin at any age. 

Primer can help prevent unsightly creases in eye shadow and streaks in foundation, and it can also control the appearance of shine. 

How to use face primers:
  1. apply your moisturizer first and allow a couple of minutes for the moisturizer to settle into the skin
  2. use a small amount of the primer and apply gently to the skin, paying attention to the under eye area
  3. lastly, apply your concealer, foundation, or face powder as you normally would

It shouldn't be difficult for you to find the right products, since there are lots of possibilities to buy beauty products online, especially thanks to price comparison platforms like PricePanda, which I have already used sometimes. Enjoy your shopping!

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