The Best Primer Ever!!!!

Having recently taken on an account with Dermalogica I was asked to attend the initial training course up in Dublin.  I was trained in all their products and how to do a facial the ‘Dermalogica Way!’

You start by carrying out ‘Skin Mapping’ which determines your clients skin type and any skin conditions they maybe suffering from.  I was lucky enough to have this done on myself by one of the highly trained Skin Specialist there.

I have always suffered from Sensitive Skin and Redness.  Following the Skin Mapping I was recommended to start using Dermalogica’s Ultra Calming Range.  After only 3 days using the products I noted a huge improvement in the condition and colour of my skin.

I will continue explaining the ranges and the benefits to your skin in future posts but I wanted to bring your attention to a brand new product which I have fallen in love with!  Redness Relief Primer has an SPF20 and is an ideal base to your foundation and especially if used in conjunction with Dermalogica’s Cover Tint.  It’s velvety softness and gentle green colouring makes for the feeling of a very luxurious product.

Here is the information from Dermalogica’s Own Website.  For more details or to receive a sample give me a call on 083 1027061.  I guarantee if you suffer from Redness you will never look back

Lorna x

Redness Relief

Redness-reducing primer – SPF20

Counteract telltale skin redness and balance skin tone with this soothing, translucent primer tinted with natural green botanical extracts. Velvety silicones smooth the skin and strengthen barrier protection while physical sunscreen shields the skin from irritating UV rays.

http://www.dermalogica.co.uk

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