SkinPressive

Cosmeceutical pressed powder with total solar protection

11g

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A$69.00
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Benefits

  • Convenient pressed powder with a sponge applicator for on-the-go touch ups

  • Complete solar protection against harmful UVA, UVB, blue light and infrared

  • Time-released botanical liposomes to keep skin hydrated and dewy throughout the day

  • Helps minimise uneven skin tone

  • Builds from light to medium coverage soft radiance

  • Available in 6 colour-true shades

Description

A pressed mineral foundation offering complete physical solar protection against UVA, UVB, infrared and blue light. With a semi-matt silky finish, this powder is enriched with liquorice extract, squalane and time-release liposomes to hydrate and calm skin, and

A pressed mineral foundation offering complete physical solar protection against UVA, UVB, infrared and blue light. With a semi-matt silky finish, this powder is enriched with liquorice extract, squalane and time-release liposomes to hydrate and calm skin, and reduce the appearance uneven skin tone. Build from light to medium coverage for radiant and youthful skin.

Please note: due to rebranding, the colour of labels may vary.


Key Ingredients

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Zinc oxide and titanium dioxide: Pure large particle zinc oxide and titanium dioxide provides superior natural UVA/UVB and infrared light protection. Zinc oxide is also a natural anti-inflammatory and is ideal for irritated or problematic skin.

Lycopodium clavatum extract and imperata cylindrica root extract: A pure botanical blend clinically proven to prevent moisture loss by providing a slow release of hydrating liposomes throughout the day. This is an ideal in mineral makeup that can appear drying on the skin.

Iron oxides: These provide the natural pigment without the addition of artificial colour. Iron oxide adds to  the broadspectrum UVA/B protection whilst also blocking HEV (blue visible light). This is ideal for those with hyperpigmentation and melasma.

Squalane: A pure concentrate rich in antioxidants, vitamins and nutrients to reduce the appearance of dry, stresssed skin. Squalane is bioidentical  to the natural oils in the skin and works to provide barrier protection, antioxidant action and lock in hydration.

A note from Terri

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SkinPressive foundation is highly intelligent mineral makeup that offers complete environmental defence. Studies have shown iron oxides at 3% or higher are effective at blocking visible blue light, a key contributor to the severity of melasma. I have also added licorice extract, a cosmeceutical to address sensitivity and uneven skin tone. I am so excited to launch this new foundation, which harnesses cutting edge research and offers protection particularly to those with sensitivity and pigmentation concerns.

Full Ingredient List

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ZINC OXIDE, MICA, BORON NITRIDE, MAGNESIUM STEARATE, ISOAMYL LAURATE, SQUALANE (STABILISED SQUALENE), SILICA, JOJOBA ESTERS, TITANIUM DIOXIDE (CI 77891), GLYCERIN, LYCOPODIUM CLAVATUM EXTRACT, WATER (AQUA), IMPERATA CYLINDRICA ROOT EXTRACT, POTASSIUM SORBATE, DIPOTASSIUM GLYCYRRHIZINATE, ULTRAMARINE (CI 77007), (+/-) IRON OXIDE (CI 77492, CI 77491, CI 77499).

As part of our commitment to innovation, Synergie formulations are updated from time to time. Always refer to the ingredient list on the box for the most current version.

Directions

Using the Kabuki Brush or AirBrush, work a small amount into the skin, buffing in circular motions for a flawless even finish. A light sponge pad is included for on-the-go touch ups. 

To prevent glazing on the surface of the compact, always use the sponge dry and pat into skin using soft pressing motions. Use a brush for initial use and avoid using the sponge for regular application.

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