New! Dermablend Skin Perfector Blemish and Oil Clearing Primer.

This was my first intro to the Dermablend skincare line and I am REALLY impressed! I have always had to fight the mid-day shine and it can be hard to find a primer that works and doesn’t feel too heavy on my skin. The Dermablend Skin Perfector Blemish and Oil Clearing Primer is a really light formula I use just a drop and it covers my whole face and absorbs instantly.Well let me tell you ladies and gents it does more than just banish shine, I am most impressed how much clearer my skin is. I have been using it daily before my makeup for two weeks and I love the results.

My skin stays smooth and oil free ALL DAY and I mean completely oil free. But my favorite part is how great my skin feels and looks. Any little blemishes have cleared up since I started using the primer and instead of my usual monthly breakout.. nada! This multi tasker is definitely worth buying if you struggle with oily or combo skin. You will love how it disappearsĀ into your skin but keeps your makeup and face looking good and shine free and the long term clear skin results… amazing!

Dermablend SkinPerfector Blemish and Oil Clearing Primer

Clinically proven to clear acne imperfections, SkinPerfector Blemish and Oil-Clearing Primer helps prevent new ones from forming. This innovative formula that contains Salicylic Acid and a complex of Zincadone + Intra-Pore Technology to clear acne blemishes, unclog/tighten pores, and control shine. This oil-free and fragrance-free formula provides an ideal makeup base that is suitable for all skin tones and ethnicities. Immediately, shine is reduced, skin is hydrated and appears fresh and clear. Skin is prepared for a flawless makeup application. In 4 weeks, skin appears clear of acne blemishes, pores are tightened and shine is eliminated.

$45


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