Give Your Make-Up Some Stay-Put Power: Organic Face Primers

Get your make-up to look stay-in-place perfect in every season, even if you have oily skin, with our fave organic face primers. And there is one for everyone, every skin type, even allergy prone, and every budget. So you can give your make-up that forever freshness we all crave sans the silicone.  

Premae Multi-Vit Smoothie Serum/Primer
They do double beauty duty as both a multi-vitamin serum and organic face primer for all skin types, especially allergy prone. It gives you lightweight, yet perfectly moisturised skin with no leftover oil, which makes make-up fade fast. And these natural face primers, from £19.50, are free of those allergy-causing culprits, such as soy, milk, etc. and pesky parabens, colour, sulphates and more. Choose from their platter of pre-make-up prep: Supreme Face for Dry Skin, Triumph Face for Anti-Ageing, Clemensy for Rosacea and Harmony Face for Combination Skin.

How to use:
after washing with your fave Premae cleanser, smooth on the organic face primer. If you have dry skin, put the Premae balm on next. It will go on like a second skin thanks to the primer, with no oily overload that makes make-up melt. Then, apply your make-up.

INIKA Certified Organic Primer
This organic face primer, £29.50, mattifies magically with aloe vera juice while heavenly hydrating with jojoba and lemon myrtle. The radiant result: smooth skin with no sticky, oily patches that cause your make-up to fade away. With anti-oxidising vitamin E, this natural face primer is both prepping and protecting.

How to use:
after moisturising, massage one to two pumps’ worth on your face and neck and let dry. Now your skin’s ready for your rouge routine.

100 Percent’s Pure Luminous Primer
Last for less, a double-duty organic face primer, £18, that mattifies with rice starch and aloe gel while protecting with anti-oxidising resveratrol and vitamins.

How to use: after moisturising, smooth on the natural face primer, let it dry and then apply your make-up.

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