Kiehl’s Micro-Blur Skin Perfector

kiehls micro blur

Kiehl’s draws me deeper and deeper into love with them with each new launch. And their new Micro-Blur Skin Perfector is one of my favorite new products. I apply as my last step in my morning and evening routine and my skin looks and feel so much smooth. One of the biggest benefits has been how smooth and oil free my skin stays all day and as a result less breakouts. In summer I usually look like I use veggie oil as foundatio by mid-day. But since I started using Micro-Blur as my last step has left my skin soft, smooth all day long.

micro blur swatch

Its a very lightweight product and it spreads covers well with only a small amount. And it feels so good on my skin most days I skip foundation and just use Micro-Blur.

 

Micro-Blur Skin Perfector $35
Lightweight skin smoother visibly transforms skin in seconds and over time
Instantly diminishes the appearance of pores and refines skin texture.
Provides long-lasting pore and texture correction.
Paraben-free, dermatologist tested, non-comedogenic.
Appropriate for all skin types and skin tones.

How to Apply:
Smooth over entire face daytime and nighttime. Use daily as the last step in your skincare routine for a smoother, poreless, and healthier-looking complexion.

Kiehl’s Inside Tips:
During the day, it should be used over a BB cream or UB protection for maximum results and skin perfecting benefits.
For nighttime use, it should be applied as the last step of a skincare routine.

You can learn more about Kiehl’s products and purchase at your local Kiehl’s boutique or online at www.kiehls.com.

Disclosure: I was given a complimentary sample of the box for potential review. I was not paid to write this post and all opinions are my own.


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