How To: Prep Skin for Makeup

Post Date: July 2016  |  Category: Beauty

Get natural, glowing skin with Physicians Formula® Argan Wear™ 2-in-1 Argan Oil & Coconut Water Primer

To achieve the ultimate healthy, glowing skin, it all begins with a perfectly prepped face. Prepping the skin before makeup allows for a more even makeup application, locks in hydration, and improves skin’s overall brightness. Try this easy, 3-step skin prepping routine using Physicians Formula® Argan Wear™ 2-in-1 Argan Oil & Coconut Water Primer for natural, healthy glowing skin:

1. Shake the Argan Wear™ 2-in-1 Argan Oil & Coconut Water Primer well to blend the argan oil and coconut water together. The light, refreshing and ultra-hydrating blend of 100% pure Argan Oil and 100% pure Organic Coconut Water provides priming, hydrating & brightening benefits all-in-1! The argan oil helps to improve skin's brightness, tone, texture and elasticity, while the coconut water rebalances and rehydrates skin and helps control shine, while providing a natural glow to the face.

2. Close eyes and spray the 2-in-1 primer onto face and neck prior to makeup application to help hydrate, revitalize and tone the skin’s surface. The silky, lightweight mist will absorb instantly, creating a beautiful even canvas.

3. Apply your favorite Physicians Formula® makeup over your primed face. You can then spritz the unmixed Argan Wear™ 2-in-1 Argan Oil & Coconut Water Primer to add a dewy finish, or to refresh your skin throughout the day.

Pro Tip: You can apply the Argan Wear™ 2-in-1 Argan Oil & Coconut Water Primer alone as a moisturizing treatment twice a day or at night before bed. The product can be used on the face, body, hair and nails.


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