Max Factor are often overlooked within the drugstore. The Max Factor Miracle Prep 3 in 1 Beauty Protect Primer is their most recent launch, but I’ve not heard anyone talking about it. I think the reason the brand is so overlooked, is their pricing.
Max Factor Miracle Prep 3 in 1 Beauty Protect Primer
For example, this new primer is £12.99 and many of their products are over £12 making them the priciest makeup brand within the drugstore.
Revolution have really been hiking up their prices the last 12 months, but they do a great job at providing trend led collections and quickly. Max Factor launches tend to come seasons later, and the packaging doesn’t necessarily scream luxury even with the higher prices.
The Max Factor Miracle Prep 3 in 1 Beauty Protect Primer is marketed as being able to protect the skin in three different ways. It primes skin and helps set foundation.
It features a technology that helps to preserve a bright, youthful complexion and protect skin against 3 key environmental aggressors, Pollution, UVA/UVB and Blue light.
It is formulated with SPF30 PA+++, with brightening Ginseng complex and anti-pollution Gingko Biloba complex so your complexion appears perfected and beautified.
It's formulated without fragrance, oil, and silicones and is dermatologically tested. It's suitable for all skin types, including sensitive skin.
- It protects against pollution, UVA/UVB rays, and Blue Light.
- With SPF30 PA+++.
- It primes and extends wear of make-up.
- It contains an anti-pollution complex
- It features Gingko Biloba extract, and brightening Ginseng complex
- it's suitable for all skin types including sensitive skin.
The Max Factor Miracle Prep 3 in 1 Beauty Protect Primer features an SPF of 30 which is rare for a makeup primer. Usually it’s just foundations that claim to contain SPF.
I think this primer sounds really great, especially if you have concerns about how blue light, pollution and UVA/UVB damage the skin.