Two Free Skin Samples from 2 foundation samples from Real Skin Health

Grab yourself two free samples: one foundation sampler and one diffusing sampler from the Real Skin Health website.

Quote From Site:"Enhance Liquid Mineral Foundation Sampler

Free Sample Size. This Liquid Mineral Foundation is safe to use post-laser or skin treatment. Excellent for all skin types, this mineral foundation is for those seeking an alternative to mineral make-up powders. This mineral foundation glides on velvety smooth and dries to a soft powder finish. This foundation also provides a spf of 15, camuflauge coverage and is hypoallergenic.
To try a complimentary sample of this foundation, please select colors that closely match your skin tone.

Enhance Liquid Light Diffusing Sampler

Free Sample Size. SPF 8. Hypoallergenic. Innovative liquid creates a younger appearance instantly. Deflects light away from fine lines and wrinkles. Smoothes imperfections with special coated micro pigments that virtually float over skin. Without settling into lines and creases. Light-diffusing finish and moderate coverage. Best for Normal to dry skin and mature skin types."

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FYI: USA only. After choosing your first free sample, you will be taken to the shopping cart. To return to the free sample page, click Enhance Make-Up in the left column under products.

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