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Laura Mercier Blemish-Less Primer

Laura Mercier Blemish-Less Primer

Laura Mercier Blemish-Less Primer

Laura Mercier Blemish-Less Primer

Another ahead of time post, but I wanted to give you the heads up on the March launch of Laura Mercier Blemish-Less Primer. From the name, I expect you can guess that it’s targeting blemish prone skin. I have top-line information only, but can tell you that it’s a water-based gel with shine control that contains Salicylic Acid, silica, aloe and Vitamin E.

I’ve given it a test run, but please bear in mind that my skin isn’t particularly oily, and there is definitely a mattifying effect. Once the product has settled onto the skin, it’s lightweight and to a certain degree, smoothing. I think this is quite a possiblity for anyone with oily skin that finds it hard to hang on to foundation during the day, or needs to damp down shine when make up free. It definitely doesn’t feel slippy or silicone-y (although silica is a main ingredient) and completely lacks the oily feel that ‘blur’ primers, in particular, can have.

So, one to look out for in spring.


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This article has 3 comments

  1. disneyrollergirl

    It sounds fab. and I like the no-nonsense name. None of this ‘pore perfecting’ rubbish!

  2. Lucy

    This sounds fab, I really like the Laura Mercier primers and always forget how great they are until I try them again after using an average primer. I really must stick to her primers. This sounds perfect for me as I have very oily skin and it’s blemish prone too. Can’t wait to try it.

    She’s So Lucy

  3. The Gossip Darling (@gossipdarling1)

    I love this primer! It’s easy on my acne prone skin!

    Mel |

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