Want the best of skin care and make-up all rolled into the one affordable product? We bet you do! Which is why we have no doubt you’ll love the new Garnier Miracle Skin Perfector BB Cream. Here’s why:
BB (which stands for ‘Blemish Balm’) technology was first developed in the 1950s and was used as a soothing cream to help calm and treat highly sensitised, post-surgical, or acne-prone skin. However, it wasn’t until the late 2000’s when it was incorporated into daily-use cosmetic products in Korea that BB cream suddenly shot to fame and began to reach its superstar status around the world. And it’s finally here in Australia! (Ok, so we know we’re a little behind the rest of the world, but better late than never, right?)
So what exactly does it do? Well, this one little wonder tube will hydrate your skin for 24 hours, help to correct blemishes, provide SPF 15 protection, and contains vitamin C to help even your skin tone and boost radiance – all for under $15! Plus it’s formulated with mineral pigments that will ensure you achieve a flawless finish without the heaviness of foundation.But don’t just take our word for it – read our Trial Team’s reviews of Garnier Miracle Skin Perfector BB Cream…
Garnier Miracle Skin Perfector BB Cream
“The creamy consistency of this BB cream glides on smoothly and evenly to reveal an even complexion and glow. I love the fact that it has an SPF 15 to aid in sun protection as well as being mineral based with vitamin C. I was pleasantly surprised, as I wasn’t expecting much coverage. I still used a dab of concealer on a pesky spot, but was otherwise impressed with the way my skin appeared virtually flawless. Originally I was expecting to use this product as more of a primer, however it left my skin feeling smooth and matte yet hydrated covering adequately so I didn’t need foundation. This product performs exceptionally well, lasting all day. This product could easily be compared to high end TM’s costing 4-5 times the tiny price this one retails for.” – PrettyPrincess
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