Dermalogica Redness Relief Primer SPF 15

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Dermalogica Redness Relief Primer SPF 15 is a translucent primer tinted with natural green botanical extracts that works to counteract redness and balance skin tone. Enriched with silicones and SPF, the skin’s barrier is smoothed and protected from the harsh UV rays. Contains SPF 15 sun protection.


Dermalogica Redness Relief Primer SPF 15


3 Reviews

Rating / Reviews

My friend was given a couple of these in a workshop and passed one onto me as she knows I have rosacea and also sensitive skin that has redness. She applied it for me the first time and I was pretty impressed with the results. The first time I applied it myself I noticed it has a silky dry feel to it. It goes on easily and a teeny, tiny amount really goes a long way. It's green when it first goes on and the green kind of neutralises/cancels out the redness of the skin. The tube comes with a little winder that goes on the end so you can wind the tube down and get every little bit out.  I find it doesn't completely conceal the redness but does a good job of toning it down so I feel less embarrassed to go out in public when I've had a big rosacea break out. I found the skin and pustules afterwards have dried out which is good because it means the rosacea is dying down. I  predict the tube will probably last me around 18 months which is pretty good. I must say I was shocked at the price when I looked it up, but if it lasts a long time it would be a justifiable purchase.
This product is a LIFE SAVOR!! I am an easthetician and when i get acneic makeup clients with inflammed pustuals this is the only product that not only primes and protects the skin, but disguises the reddess with a green tint that BLENDS IN.  It has a silky feel to it and feels very light when applied to skin.  I would recomend this product to anyone who is concerned about redness on their skin. I dont thinkc i have anything bad to say about it.
I absolutely love this primer! I have mild rosacea on my cheeks which can be difficult to cover - rather than caking on a high-coverage foundation or concealer, I prefer to use a neutralising primer because it gives me a blank canvas to start my makeup application. I also use it to spot conceal any acne or breakouts.  I've tried a number of drugstore and higher end green-based primers, and the Dermalogica Redness Relief Primer is definitely the best. It's light, doesn't clog my pores or bunch up when applied under my base products. I also find that my make-up lasts a lot longer during the day and doesn't wear away or become patchy. Definitely recommend!