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Estee Lauder Futurist Hydra Rescue Foundation SPF 45

Estee Lauder has developed their new Foundation Futurist Hydra Rescue with serious skincare help!

They have created a moisturizing makeup and infused it with IonCharged Water, probiotic technology and chia-seed extract.

Estee has made it a buildable medium to full coverage in a lightweight formula that glides on your face and feels like you have nothing on.

The first time I tried it I was amazed at the coverage and how nicely it spread to even my skin tone and ultimately you don’t use a lot of product.

Let’s talk about what it contains to help you skin:

  • Chia-Seed Extract to nourish your skin
  • Probiotic Technology to soothe your sin
  • IonCharging Water to hydrate your skin.

These three items give you serious skincare help!

I found this foundation to give my skin a radiant glow with a natural look to my skin as it plumps and hydrates for up to 12 hours.

EL Futurist Hydra Rescue

With is Broad Spectrum SPF of 45 for UVA/UVB protection stays true to color.

The other perks are this foundation will cover dark spots, redness and other imperfections as it evens all skin tones. Available in 20 beautiful shades.

The product comes in a sleek long tube with a pump application which is very nice and easy to use. (you don’t waist product by squeezing out too much with a regular tube).

Foundation shade colored tube with a gold lid of 1.18oz for $45.


Estee Lauder is always innovative and the first in a lot of first in skincare and makeup. They invented the serum ANR and learned our skin repairs best at night from 11pm to 2am. 

So, ladies take off your makeup and do your nightly ritual. Then try some Futurist Hydra Rescue SPF45!

Have a great day, stay safe and wash your hands!!


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