Do you like the way your skin looks AND feels? At times, our skin can look like the mirror image of perfection. We are eating well, drinking tons of water and the skin Gawds just seem to be in our favor. However, there are other times when our skin is just doing too much; too much oil, bumps, large pores and dryness. Nevertheless, the product to help change all of that is the Glossier Priming Moisturizer Balance Oil Control Gel Cream.
A product that can help you not only create a great base and foundation for your makeup applications. But, it can also help you improve the condition of your skin. Therefore, making this priming a real win int Beauty!
Glossier Priming Moisturizer Balance Oil Control Gel Cream-Improve Skin Texture
Okay so what all can this product do? Glossier’s cream gel has the ability to help your skin achieve a healthy balance of hydration; while also doing wonders to bring any shine on your face under control. How? The power lies in the formula. This Priming Moisturizer Balance Oil Control Gel Cream is formulated with:
- Apple Fruit extract to help seal in moisture and hydration.
- Marine extract to instantly help banish shine.
- Niacinamide to improve the appearance of pores for a more filter-effect finish.
- Willow Bark in order to help create a velvety smooth finish.
- Bamboo extract to improve the texture of bumpy or shine-prone skin.
As one can see, there are a lot of benefits to using this product. Something else to love is that it is also vegan and fragrance as well as cruelty free! This product is releasing soon and will retail for $25.
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