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VDL Lumilayer Primer Fresh

VDL's violet light energy from Lumilayer Prismatic Pearls creates the Insta-famous reflective Glass Skin effect for that coveted luminous look! Start off your look with a luminous glow. VDL Lumilayer Primer is formulated with prismatic pearls that visibly plump, brighten and sculpt skin while blurring pores and providing a long-lasting silky appearance. Now get glowing! 1.01 fl. oz. BENEFITS • Violet Lumilayer pigment visibly brightens, plumps and sculpts skin for added dimension and volume • Blurs pores and enhances the wear of foundation, providing a long-lasting silky texture • Can be worn alone, under foundation or as a sheer highlighter TO USE Warm primer between fingers and press into skin. Use after skincare routine and before applying foundation. Pro Tip: Use as a highlighter on top of makeup; apply to cheekbones, bridge of nose, brow bone and cupid’s bow. VDL's violet light energy from Lumilayer Prismatic Pearls creates the Insta-famous reflective Glass


Looking to improve your skin this year? There are several ingredients and practices that can help you do that. Here are 12 skincare innovations that will be popular this year—and a few insights into what to expect in the near future. BY  KRISTEN FISCHER 1.  Hyaluronic acid Expect to hear more about this mega-moisturizer, as more products are offering topical applications, says  Michele   Green , a cosmetic dermatologist in New York City. Though there are plenty of other buzz-worthy ingredients to note, skincare pros tend to agree that this one will gain even more traction in 2020—and beyond. 2 . Retinol Recently, a slew of over-the-counter products are putting this into the hands—and on faces—of the masses. It’s no longer just for people who visit a professional for skincare. Retinol can help with fine lines, acne, moisture and just about every other thing your skin needs to look its best. 3.  Snail mucin If you happen to hear about using snail mucin—yep, slime fr

The 7 Best Foods for Healthy Skin

1. Fatty fish Fatty fish, such as salmon, mackerel, and herring, are excellent foods for healthy skin. omega-3 fatty acids , which are important for maintaining skin health ( 1 ). They’re rich sources of  Omega-3 fatty acids are necessary to help keep skin thick, supple, and moisturized. In fact, an omega-3 fatty acid deficiency can cause dry skin ( 1 ,  2 Trusted Source ). The omega-3 fats in fish reduce inflammation, which can cause redness and acne. They can even make your skin less sensitive to the sun’s harmful UV rays ( 2 Trusted Source ,  3 Trusted Source ). Some studies show that fish oil supplements may help fight inflammatory and autoimmune conditions affecting your skin, such as psoriasis and lupus ( 4 Trusted Source ). Fatty  fish  is also a source of vitamin E, one of the most important antioxidants for your skin. Getting enough vitamin E is essential for helping protect your skin against damage from free radicals and inflammation ( 5 Trusted Source ). Th