Does a face Primer really help?

I let my sister try the face primer this past weekend.  After one use, she says to me “you might have to order me some of that stuff”. It really blurred out the red blemish that seemed to develop overnight.  I’ve been using it daily, right before the Magix Stick Foundation, and it really does help blurr the “experience” lines around my eyes and upper lip area. The new Magix Primer (previously Face Perfector) is kinda a holy grail of face perfecting. It’s a primer that everyone can use with the ability to stop shine, and diffuse pores.  The primer smooths the way for flawless, all-day makeup wear. As amazing as a disappearing act, this face perfector blurs imperfections, mattifies skin, protects with SPF 20 and locks in your makeup.  prod_1201341_xl The BENEFITS of the Primer
  • Instantly blurs for a pore-free, shine-free and line-free complexion
  • Thousands of shine-defying microspheres visibly minimize pores and fine lines
  • Rose extract visibly tightens pores
  • Fleece flower extract provides moisturizing benefits
  • SPF 20
  • Vegan; sulfate- and talc-free
  • Sheer, colorless coverage suitable for all skin tones
  • Soft-focus matte finish
  • Non-comedogenic
  • Dermatologist-tested
  • Oil-free
prod_1162300A_xl TO USE Apply Magix Prime alone, over makeup or under makeup. I personally have used it under my makeup.  It leaves a silky feeling, so makeup smooths on easily. You can use the Magix Prime basically anywhere you want a smooth, flawless complexion. Skin will be left feeling ultra-soft and smooth.

Monica

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