NEW Bare Minerals bareSkin Serum Foundation

NEW Bare Minerals bareSkin Serum Foundation.  Bare Minerals has officially crossed over and decide...

NEW Bare Minerals bareSkin Serum Foundation.  Bare Minerals has officially crossed over and decided to release a liquid foundation, and I can't wait to get my hands on it! Now available in stores BE has just released a new product called Bareskin Pure Brightening Serum Foundation and it features their 20 signature shades in the form of a liquid without water, oil, silicone, parabens or fragrances. More details after the drop. Can't wait to review this!

Clinically proven tone-correcting mineral foundation and brightening serum in one. Created with exceptional purity in mind, this ultra-thin, skin-perfecting fluid provides seamless adjustable coverage, a natural finish and the look and feel of beautiful skin while delivering a noticeably brighter, more youthful appearance. Made with the bare minimum ingredients and formulated without oil, silicone, parabens or fragrance. It's like nothing you've ever felt before.

  • Famous no-makeup look and feel
  • Skin-loving formula. No silicone. No oil. No parabens. No fragrance. Hypoallergenic. Non-comedogenic. Dermatologist tested.
  • Clinically proven to improve the appearance of dark spots, skin brightness and skin texture.*
  • Coconut-derived base with jojoba-coated mineral pigments and non-chemical broad spectrum SPF 20
  • Supercharged Lilac Plant Stem Cells and Vitamin C help to reveal brighter, more even-toned skin
  • Ultra-thin, silky texture-one to two weightless drops naturally transform, soften and smooth your complexion
*Based on an independent clinical study after 8 weeks of use



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