Introducing an all-new, revolutionary product that will make all your flawless skin fantasies come true. 2nd Skin is a light-as-air, undetectable foundation that actually mimics the structure and design of your skin. The secret? Olive Squalane.
What is Squalane:
Squalene with an “E” (different from Squalane with an “A”) is an ingredient naturally found in our skin’s sebum. In our youth, our skin is made up of 12% Squalene, but this degenerates to less than 5% by the time we’re 50. Squalane, (derived from Squalene through hydrogenation), is the stable, vegan, and noncomedogenic version of Squalene. Sourced from organic olives, the Squalane that we use in our 2nd Skin Foundation & Concealer absorbs quickly, doesn’t clog pores, and won’t leave skin feeling greasy.
Benefits of Squalane:
- Rehydrates and rebalances the skin
- Helps the skin lock in moisture
- Helps diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
- High antioxidant level helps deflect free radicals
Our 2nd Skin Foundation & Concealer combines Olive Squalane with the power of fruit pigments to offer medium to full, buildable coverage in 7 silky shades:
- Creme: fair complexion with beige undertones
- White Peach: fair to light complexion with yellow undertones
- Sand: light complexion with yellow undertones
- Peach Bisque: light to medium complexion with yellow undertones
- Golden Peach: medium complexion with warm undertones
- Toffee: tan complexion with beige undertones
- Cocoa: chocolate complexion with rich brown undertones
As with all of our 100% PURE products, our vegan 2nd Skin Foundation & Concealer is 100% natural and contains absolutely no parabens, synthetic fragrances, artificial dyes, or chemical preservatives.
So shout it from the rooftops and mark your calendars: 2nd Skin is coming on July 28, 2016.
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The information in this article is for educational use, and not intended to substitute professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and should not be used as such.