New! Clarins BB Skin Perfecting Cream SPF 25

 

I have tried more BB Creams than I can count and most have been decent, maybe one of two I really like but the standout BB Cream for me is the Clarins BB Skin Perfecting Cream.

What makes this product a standout?

The formula applies easily and I find it covers as well as a foundation but feels great on my skin. Like any good BB cream should it evens out my complexion and hides any redness or imperfections. In addition to all that what makes this a standout BB cream is how it leaves my face looking luminous. It doesn’t hide my skin it just perfects it while letting it show and adds a  glow that makes my skin look healthy and refreshed.

I have temperamental skin and have had no issues with the Clarins BB Cream. After I moisturize my skin I simple apply the BB cream and maybe a loose powder to set my makeup and I’m good to go. This will definitely be my go to product for the summer when it’s too hot to wear heavy foundations.

Note the product is much darker than you would expect so I would advise go a shade lighter than normal. I am usually a medium and I choose the 01 light version and as you can see below it wears like a medium.

(Pictures  Clarins BB Cream in 01 Light)

Clarins BB Skin Perfecting Cream SPF25
3-in-1 Innovation
Just beautiful skin!

Part make-up. Part skin care. BB Skin Perfecting Cream SPF 25 is the only product that evens, revitalizes and protects…in just one step. Delivers flawless make-up results, while protecting skin from harsh environmental influences.

HOW TO APPLY
Perfect skin, the moment you want it!

After moisturizing, warm a small amount of BB Skin Perfecting Cream SPF 25 between your palms. Gently press onto forehead, cheeks, sides of nose and chin to revitalize, even and protect—with a “no make-up” effect. Follow with foundation, if desired.


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