kiko Sicilian Notes Brightening Primer PRODUCT INFO: Highlighting antioxidant face serum for radiant, resplendent skin. The lightweight formula of this serum is rapidly absorbed and blends into the skin to give it a lift. Ideal for camouflaging blemishes and improving the hold of your makeup. It’s special because: 💛 its formula is enriched with chestnut extract and hyaluronic acid; 💛 it has a completely innovative dual-phase texture, composed of a gel base and a highlighting pearl cream, which mix together when applied; 💛 it is fresh and ultra-fine, comfortable on the skin for a long time and pleasantly scented with citrus notes. Dermatologically tested Non-comedogenic MY THOUGHTS: Isn’t this a cool looking primer? I enjoy the light citrus scent of this product. It doesn’t linger for those that are scent sensitive. I also love a dual purpose product like this. It’s a primer and serum. It leaves my skin glowing from within and my makeup went on and help up well over it. A little goes a long way so for $22, you will get more than your money’s worth with this.
KIKO-Sicilian Notes Brightening Primer
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