New! Elizabeth Arden Visible Difference Good Morning Retexturizing Primer.

I go back and forth on using makeup primers but Elizabeth Arden has me sold with their new Visible Difference Good Morning Retexturizing Primer. It goes on silky smooth and absorbs instantly, its leaves my skin so soft and shine free. I immediately  noticed how much better my makeup look when I applies it and it lasted all day just as vibrant as when I started!

Elizabeth Arden’s Visible Difference Good Morning Retexturizing Primer is a morning treatment, can also be used for night, which instantly reveals softer and more beautiful skin. Makeup goes on more smoothly and evenly and is safe for all skin types. The Good Morning Retexturizing Primer is infused with botanical boosters and Vitamin C for enhanced radiance to improve skins texture.

Description
Wake up your skin without weighing it down. This light primer has a blend of Vitamin A and botanical extracts to effectively prime skin daily without weighing skin down. Skin feels soft, smooth and fresh all day. and you’ll love how much smoother and more naturally your makeup goes on.

Key Ingredients:

Retinyl Linoleate: An exclusive retinol derivative that gently and effectively retexturizes your skin and improves skin tone and skin clarity.
Grape Seed Extract: A powerful antioxidant that helps brighten skin and even out your skin tone over time.
Avocado and Birch Bark Extracts: Enhances radiance and helps maintain healthy-looking skin while blurring the appearance of fine lines.
Botanical Complex: A combination of plant extracts with brightening properties to enhance your skin’s radiant look.

Directions
Smooth onto cleansed face. Use daily, alone or before applying moisturizer and your favorite Elizabeth Arden foundation.

$34

 

Disclosure: A complimentary sample was sent to MHU for an honest review, all opinions are 100% our own.


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