Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Elizabeth Arden Prevage anti-aging foundation

 
Wowsers this foundation is beautiful. To be honest I’d never really got too excited for Elizabeth Arden foundations but I’d also never tried them. I always felt like they were more suited to a mature skin but then I had the devastating realisation that I am mid 30’s so probably fit into this bracket now.


 The new Prevage foundation, which launched this month, is a water based anti-aging base that contains a blend of complex ingredients which target an aging skin.


What’s in it?



·   Hydra pigments-Enriched with moisture-rich pigments which increase the wear and blur minor imperfections.


·   Idebenone-This sounded interesting and after reading up on this ingredient I found it to have been used in many clinical trials including Alzheimer’s and other neuromuscular diseases which occur during the ageing process. In the skincare it is used as an anti oxidant which protects the skin cells.


·   Antioxidants including Ferulic acid which is found naturally in the seeds of fruit and fights free radicals which can lead to skin aging. Vitamin C to boost skins natural collagen and improves skin clarity, Carnosine and Green tea to soothe an irritated skin.





With this impressive list of potent anti agers you know it’s not going to be cheap but at £45.00 for a gorgeous foundation, which targets ageing concerns then it’s not a ridiculous price (if that is indeed a concern of yours).



This foundation creates a sheer veil of cover but can be built up to a light to medium cover. If fine lines are a concern then this foundation will sit beautifully on the skin. It won’t settle or enhance the look of skin texture.

 It looks luminous and radiant and just gives the skin a perfectly healthy radiance. If you need a little more cover then use a separate concealer and point conceal the areas.



Suitable for a dry through to combination skin. An oily skin will need a light dusting of loose powder on top to take off a little of the shine.



Sadly the colour range is not too extensive and would only be suitable for a naturally fair (not porcelain) through to a light olive skin tone.




 Eight shades in total of which we have six of them to show you.
Available now here.



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  1. I think this would be great even if you are younger and just want a dewy skin look! x
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