BB creams: brilliant beauty product or big bullshit?

Review (Garnier Miracle Skin Perfector) (1)The birth of BB creams

They have been around for some time, but now they really seem to be everywhere: BB creams. The formula was originally developed in Germany for skin that had undergone laser treatment, and then became very popular in Asia. Now the rest of the world is following as well. And it makes perfect sense, because BB cream –or Blemish Balm- is supposed to be magic in a jar.

The perfect marriage between skin care and make-up

According to the advertisers, BB cream is the latest miracle product in the cosmetics industry. It is Mommy make-up and Daddy skin care’s perfect love child. Supposedly, BB cream is the ideal all-in-one product that not only protects and hydrates the skin, but also makes it perfectly even because of its light and subtle coverage. So basically it is a skin care product and foundation in one. If this is true, then this product could indeed be a true lifesaver for all modern women who are always rushing but do want to take care of their skin and look great. Time to put it to the test!

Garnier’s BB cream: the Miracle Skin Perfector

Lately Garnier’s Miracle Skin Perfector seems to be in every women’s magazine and every commercial break, so I’m going to use this BB cream for my little experiment. The Miracle Skin Perfector promises to moisturize my skin, to protect it from sun damage, to make me look radiant, and to even out my skin tone. And by doing this all at once, it should save me some precious time in the morning. The next few days I will be testing these five aspects of the Miracle Skin Perfector. Will this BB cream pass the test and is it really the miracle product it claims to be? Let’s find out. See you soon!

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