Origins’ new primer will make you freeze in all the right ways

Stephanie Panecasio 14 December 2017 NEWS


This primer is ice cold – and we know where to buy it!

There are plenty of primers on the market that try to tighten your pores, and everyone has their own all-time favourite, but you may feel the need to switch things up soon. The latest offering from Origins is a primer that will feel icy on your skin and will help reduce redness as it primes your skin.

If you haven't gotten on the Origins train just yet, this is a good opportunity to start – after all, primer is the very first step. The Original Skin Pore Perfecting Cooling Primer with Willowherb may sound like a mouthful, but it will work to reduce inflammation and rough texture, giving the appearance of luminous, pore-free skin.

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With key ingredients like willowherb, lavender, bergamot, spearmint and ginger, it's a fresh and innovative way to kickstart your routine. The freezing technique used to be reserved for models like Karlie Kloss, who dunks her face in ice cold water before walking the runway in order to add some extra radiance.

Where to buy the Origins primer

Though the primer is a Sephora exclusive in the US, it's also available at the Origins website and you can always use a freight forwarding service like MyUS or Shipmate to order it from the US Sephora website. Origins is available in Australia at MECCA and StrawberryNET, with plenty of other skincare products that definitely are worth a look.

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