'Miracle Skin Perfector'...now guys, this is where it all goes wrong...who are they trying to kid? But if they *must* set themselves up for a fall then they must. I bought this 'BB cream' many moons ago, used it once, thought 'holy hell that is orange...and greasy' and promptly forgot about it. Early mornings and sweaty tubes have pushed me back to it as an alternative to moisturiser and I have softened towards it second time round now that the overblown claims have been forgotten.
While I'll admit most of my issues with this product come from the shade - in what universe is tangerine 'Light'?! - I really can't see that it is any more than a souped up tinted moisturiser. Certainly not a BB cream by the original Asian standards. The coverage is what you'd expect from a tinted moisturiser, as is the longevity. Not a great option for oily skin like mine which likes to be covered just a little bit more, but if you have relatively clear skin which is dry and you want a very natural look, then go for it. I can't say I've noticed it making my skin any more radiant (claims the Vitamin C does the trick) but I don't suffer with dullness - go me!
If curiosity gets the better of you Boots is selling it for £9.99 and always seems to have some sort of Garnier products deal going on. However if you're willing to spend a little more give Clinique's City Block Sheer SPF25 a whirl. Great sun protection, much lighter pale skin friendly shade and not as greasy.
Have you tried this Garnier BB cream? You like?