Key Ingredients Found in Motives® Pressed Bronzer:
Ascorbyl Palmitate (Vitamin C) Ascorbyl palmitate is a stable form of vitamin C that has similar vitamin C activity to ascorbic acid. Vitamin C is an important antioxidant vitamin that is essential for maintaining your skin’s natural collagen. By supporting your skin’s natural collagen, vitamin C helps your skin achieve a firmer, suppler, and more youthful glow.
Ethylhexyl Palmitate Ethylhexyl palmitate is produced from palmitic acid, a naturally occurring fatty acid found in plants and animals. It acts as a lubricant on the skin’s surface, giving the skin a soft and smooth appearance.
Lonicera caprifolium (Honeysuckle) and Lonicera japonica (Japanese Honeysuckle) Flower Extracts Honeysuckle flower extracts are rich in saponins and flavonoids, especially luteolin. These natural plant-derived ingredients have antioxidant properties that might help protect and soothe the skin.
Tocopherol (Vitamin E) Vitamin E is a powerful natural antioxidant vitamin that helps to protect and nourish your skin. Vitamin E helps to moisturize your skin while also protecting it from environmental factors, giving your skin a healthy and more youthful appearance.
Frequently Asked Questions about Motives® Pressed Bronzer:
Will this bronzer make me look orange? No. Assuming you pick the shade that will best complement your skin tone and use it appropriately, Motives Pressed Bronzer will not give you that fake tan look.
Can I use Motives Pressed Bronzer on my body too? This product is recommended for use on the face and neck only.
Does bronzer substitute as a powder foundation? Bronzers do not give the same amount of coverage or coloring as a foundation will, so it is usually added on top of foundation. Think of bronzer as an accessory; it usually shouldn’t stand alone.
What skin type is Motives Pressed Bronzer for? Motives Pressed Bronzer works well with any skin type and color.
How do I apply Motives Pressed Bronzer? Use the rule of 3s. Dip a brush like a Motives Kabuki Brush or a Motives Powder Brush into the powder. Start at your temple and sweep the brush in to your cheekbone, then out and along your jaw line in the shape of a 3. These points of your face catch the most sunlight, so applying bronzer here will give you that fresh, sun-kissed look.