Wednesday, April 30, 2014

natural beauty: Korres Pomegranate Mattifying Primer

Korres Pomegranate Mattifying Primer was put on my radar recently, and because i like and use their products regularly {and have featured their products in past posts, too}, i find myself both curious and excited about it.

i do have to offer full discloser, though…

i've been obsessing over primers lately {Mary Kay, e.l.f., Smashbox, Laura Mercier, and L'Oreal are among a few many in my rotation}. it's kind of strange, since i'm a huge proponent for primers and have always used them, i can't help but find myself being drawn to buying more and more these days…

but i digress…  

i have yet to try Mattifying Primer for myself {i hope to soon}, but from the info i've been given about it, i knew i couldn't keep it to myself. Korres already has a fabulous reputation for their range of healthy beauty goodies, so it's no surprise to learn that their primer boasts a 94% natural, water-based, antioxidant-rich formula {to improve tone, balance and appearance of the skin}, includes ingredients like pomegranate, willow bark and witch hazel water, and is perfect for every skin type {yes, even sensitive and blemish-prone}. it's non-comedogenic and free of parabens, sulfates, synthetic dyes, petrochemicals, GMOs or tricosan.

clinically proven, the universally-flattering nude Pomegranate Mattifying Primer promises to blend to an invisible matte finish; rice starch aids in absorbing excess surface oil and its light texture allows skin to breath while helping to keep your gorgeous makeup in place.

sounds fabulous, right? have you tried it? 

find out more by visiting {outside the states? click here}, your local Sephora or

info and image provided to me by featured brand's PR company

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