Get a Gorgeous Glow with The Lush List

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One of the things I have missed most since switching to Clean Beauty is my glow!  For years, I was obsessed with a powder that gave a hint of color, luminosity and sparkle.  Well, I’ve finally found my answer to gorgeous glowing skin!  Juice Beauty’s PHYTO-PIGMENTS Illuminating Primer.

 

I know. I know. You might be thinking “I don’t wear a lot of foundation…much less a primer.”  That is what I thought as well.  I use this fabulous product four ways:

  • As a primer under this lightweight serum foundation for a very natural yet flawless look,
  • Over a tinted moisturizer or color correcting cream,
  • As a highlighter on my cheekbones and anywhere else I want a little glow or shimmer, and
  • Alone over my moisturizer with SPF for a hint of luminosity.

 

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The Illuminating Primer is formulated with an antioxidant-rich, organic base of botanical juices & extracts infused with an age-defying serum to illuminate skin, smooth lines & wrinkles and blur imperfections.  Luminosity and line-blurring?  Yes, please!   I’ve gotten a lot of compliments on my skin about how healthy my skin looks since I’ve added this to my routine.  The same serum is used in their PHYTO-PIGMENTS Serum Foundation which is a great skin perfecting foundation.  It is lightweight and looks like your skin, just better!

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I also love that all Juice Beauty products are formulated with an certified organic ingredients making them healthy for your skin and powerful performers.  No compromising your health in the name of beauty here with lots of junk and unnecessary fillers.  They even purchase the majority of ingredients from local West Coast USDA Certified Organic farmers.  Good for me and good for others is a true win.

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{Photos by Mary Summers-Hafner | Content Originally posted at The Lush List}

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