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CLE DE PEAU BEAUTE Correcting Cream Veil SPF 25 PA++
A universal skincare primer that instantly diffuses dullness and blurs skin’s imperfections for a smooth, refreshed finish.
With continued use, the skin achieves an even-textured surface with beautiful radiance.
Newly formulated with Skin-Empowering Illuminator, skincare ingredient exclusive to Clé de Peau Beauté. The skin-enhancing formulation helps to protect skin from damaging aggressors, bringing out a dewy, healthy radiance that evolves day-by-day. Additionally, it immediately evens tone and blurs pores, fine lines and dullness for skin that appears beautiful.
The enhanced lasting control function helps to resist shine and creasing caused by excess sebum, prolonging foundation’s finish for up to eight hours.* Also helps to avoid fading and caking. The multi-defense function helps to protect skin from environmental aggressors such as UV rays and dryness.
The skincare cream-like texture blends smoothly, luxuriously. A hydrating veil that amplifies foundation’s radiant finish.
This product supports the skin’s inherent potential against skin damages which can be caused by environmental aggressors such as dryness, UVA, UVB, blue light and infrared rays.
An approach to perfected skin that goes beyond makeup.
A classic, improved in performance.
Clé de Peau Beauté’s sought-after primer, now boosted with skincare technology. Its enhanced formula reflecting a dedication to science; to luxurious texture and an elegant finish. Creating a base for foundation that addresses the appearance of skin concerns both instantly, and over time.
The key to lasting luminosity.
The rise of a flawless finish.
feel it spreads smoothly
feel it instantly blends into skin
feel it maximizes the beautiful finish of foundation
feel it provides a velvety-smooth finish
feel it creates a finish without dullness
feel it provides a non-sticky feeling
*Tested in Canada by 99 women aged 19–50, October 2–November 1, 2018.