Dermalogica Prisma Protect Review
Happy March everyone. Isn’t this year running away with us already? It will be summer before we know it. And guess what dropped through my door this week, yep, the new Prisma Protect SPF Moisturiser from Dermalogica. This is a gifted sample, however, all views are my own.
Happy Summer Skin
You know how I harp on about how an SPF should be a part of a good skincare routine? Well this offers you that, in a broad spectrum moisturiser.
This really is my ideal summer product. Throughout the summer I tend not to wear foundation, so need a good SPF to keep me protected. I suffer from pesky pigmentation and sunspots, so need to ensure whatever product I use offers broad spectrum protection. I’ve been using this for a few days now and wanted to give you the low down asap, as this is a fab little product.
What’s the hype?
The latest product to hit Demralogica, this uses light-activated technology, to protect the skin and give it a gorgeous luminosity that you won’t want to cover with foundation.
Now, the blurb on their website states this uses drone technology which is activated by light to boost skins luminosity. Well, I have no idea what drone technology is, but I can assure you this gives a beautiful radiant glow to your skin, whilst broad-spectrum SPF protects your skin from harmful UV rays.
As with a few products from Dermaogica, this also contains advanced moisture magnets to keep skin hydrated all day.
- Defend against UV rays, free radical damage and pollution
- Hydrate for visibly smooth skin all day long
- Boost skin’s natural luminosity
This product is also vegan, gluten and paraben free and contains no artificial fragrance or colour.
How to use?
This easily slotted into my skincare routine. This is a day time product and can be used solely rather than using a separate moisturiser and SPF. This should be the last thing you apply prior to your makeup. Therefore, any serums, oils, eye creams, etc, should go under this product.
It’s lightweight and dries down quickly. I tend to have oily skin and this works nicely without making me more oiler. My two bugbears. I hate the smell! And get this in your eyes, you’ll know about.
Makeup sits on this beautifully without any flaking or pilling.
The company does not test its products on animals and neither does it sell into countries that require animal testing. It is however owned by Unilever, who do test some products on animals. So in conclusion, the product themselves are cruelty-free, their parent company, however, are not.
This does mean Dermalogica get the cruelty-free stamp of approval from me.
I found this information on Cruelty-Free Kitty, who is an excellent resource for all things cruelty-free.
You can give the product a try for yourself down at your local Dermalogica counter.
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Disclaimer, I have not been paid to write for any brands featured in this post, it does, however, contain PR samples.