Should I wear a makeup primer?

Make-up primer is ideal for most skin types; primer helps your makeup application last longer and remain natural looking.  Preferably use a water based primer which will work naturally with your skin; Silicone primers sit on top of the skin and can cause irritation, prevent the skin from breathing, and trap dangerous bacteria.Hydro_Pearls

GS has brought to the you the Hydro Pearls Makeup Primer which is ideal for all skin types – including problematic and sensitive skin.  Hydro Pearls is a light weight, fast absorbing, non-greasy, pharmaceutical grade formula that helps to reduce the appearance of pores and fine lines while giving the skin a more flawless canvas upon which to apply your make-up.  This water based formula is not just a primer, but also protects the skin from environmental irritants and replaces day-to-day moisture loss.

Formulated with the highest quality 100% pharmaceutical grade ingredients including Wheat Germ Extract (helps to heal the skin with Vit D and E), Rice Germ Extract (aids the skin in absorbing and maintaining moisture), and Azulene (extract from Chamomile).  “Azulene exhibits dramatic anti-inflammatory effects and showed significant antioxidant protection.  It may also…help to prevent skin blemishes from developing and will help stop deterioration of skin cells that leads to wrinkles, fine lines and pigmentation.” – Barbara Griggs, author of “The Green Witch – A Modern Woman’s Herbal” and Green Pharmacy.

Makeup artists coast-to-coast and around-the-world use the Hydro Pearls to give instant radiance and healthy glow to their clients skin.  Hydro Pearls is ideal for you to use every day but is so exceptional that it is used on High Definition tv and movie sets as well.

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