Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Philosophy The Present Skin Perfector 2oz

Philosophy The Present Skin Perfector 2oz

Philosophy The Present Skin Perfector 2oz

From philosophy Cosmetics , philosophy Face , philosophy Foundation Primers

the present skin perfector

the present formula was originally created for the medical market to give patients with bumpy or irregular skin a smoother skin surface. this product lays down a smoother layer of "second skin" that smoothes out skin irregularities and fine lines.

the present is essentially a "clear makeup" for flawless skin. it is formulated to be used as a last step prior to any makeup to form an invisible barrier that "seals in" moisture for chronically dry skin and active ingredients from treatment products. it keeps out harmful environmental elements by acting like an invisible band-aid. it also contains lysozyme, a natural antimicrobial agent to keep skin radiantly "clear."

you need this product if:

you want to "pave the surface" of your skin for your foundation or powder

you want a protective layer to keep the good stuff in and the bad stuff out

you want to look 100% better, wearing 50% less makeup

you enjoy an oil free moisturizer

your skin is oily or prone to break-out

you do a lot of air travel and need to "seal in" your moisturizer.

Ingredients: water (agua), cyclomethicone, behenyl alcohol, dimethiconol, cetyl dimethicone, lysozyme, sodium citrate, peg-12 dimethicone, peg/ppg-18/18 dimethicone, lavendula augustifolia (lavender) oil, propylene glycol, diazolidinyl urea, methylparaben, propylparaben.

Customer Reviews

  • i used variety of diffent primers..

    and this one does make my skin feel minty-fresh as i put it on.

    but after 2mins(like the direction says) it drys out ;

    i whether recommend you M.A.C primer

  • Great product! It does not make my skin break-out AND after applying I don't need foundation! It gives your skin an air-brushed look, minimizes pores, evens skin tone, etc. Word of caution: Make sure your face is COMPLETELY dry and use a smaller amount than you think you need.

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