Bourjois 123 Perfect CC Cream - £9.99 - Boots.
I bought this product because Bourjois had an offer on, it was buy one get one half price in Superdrug, I needed a new light foundation for my holidays so I decided to buy this Bourjois 123 Perfect CC Cream.
Being a huge fan of BB creams, I couldn't wait to give this a go,
I'm not blessed with naturally clear skin, I have an oily T-zone which causes me to have problems with pesky spots, especially at that certain time of the month and I have red areas on my face where my skin is healing, not forgetting dark spots where a spot once was.
Bourjois CC cream is a colour perfecting foundation with 3 different coloured pigments, Apricot, Green and White, these three colours help smooth out anti - fatigue, anti - redness and anti- dark spots giving you healthy glowing skin that stays hydrated for up to 24 hours, there's even an added SPF15 which made it even more ideal for my holiday too.
I'm still using this CC cream now a month later, its almost all gone but its easily lasted me nearly two months, that included all of my 2 weeks on holiday too - I used it every evening.
I found it was fantastic at disguising my sun burnt nose which happened after wearing my sunnies out in the sun for too long - oooops - it hid any dark circles under my eyes and dark spots on my face.
This CC cream also helped to warm up my skin tone a bit more too and it was also really light to wear, a little goes a long way with this product.
I'd absolutely buy this again, I think I may even buy another tube once I have finished this one because it works so well with my skin.
Because of my oily T-zone I'm sometimes a bit wary of some foundations that are to oily but this one is really hydrating and I found it helped my skin stay shine free - shame it doesn't prevent those pesky spots though.
This photo taken below is a picture from our most recent holiday to Lanzarote - completely untouched, you can see how fantastic this CC cream really is at giving you healthy glowing skin.
Have you tried this CC Cream by Bourjois??
What did you think?