Check out Elizabeth Arden’s Newest Makeup Palette!


Ceramide Ultra Lift and Firm Makeup SPF15 is a luxurious cream foundation powered by Ceramide skincare’s latest CPT (Ceramide Plumping Technology) technology to visibly lift and firm the look of skin. This foundation offers medium to full coverage and is available in 10 shades.

What you need to know about this product: Find out after the jump!

Anti-aging benefits: This ultra luxe, ultra creamy, ultra anti-aging foundation formula combines SNAP-8 and Hibiscus Seed Extract, a revitalizing botanical that provides strong support to skin’s natural collagen, elastin and protein network. It delivers visible plumping, lifting and firming effects to skin’s appearance. Skin looks firmer, more cushioned and youthfully uplifted.

Moisturizing: Ceramide Triple Complex helps strengthen and retexurize skin’s appearance, and hold vital skin-plumping moisture.

Skin glow: Mica and Alumina (a new and highly reflective microfine light diffuser) blur the appearance of fine lines and imperfections, creating a soft focus effect that is luminous and radiantly glowing.

SPF Protection: SPF 15 helps defend skin from UVA/UVB rays while Vitamins A, C and E moisturize and provide antioxidant protection.

$68

Ceramide Ultra Lift and Firm Concealer is an ultra creamy concealer, infused with CPT technology, Eyeliss™ and Ceramide Triple Complex, that smoothes fine lines, covers dark circles and hides imperfections as it brightens and lifts the look of delicate undereye skin for a younger look.

The NEW Ceramide makeup offers amazing multi-tasking properties. With these two new luxurious formulas, women can simultaneously cover imperfections AND combat signs of aging!

$19.50

Available now at all counters nationwide and on www.ElizabethArden.com.


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