Everyone wants to make sure the skin on their face is flawless and perfect every morning, but what about the rest of our skin? Sure, we use self-tanning products, but glowing skin isn’t for everyone. But perfect skin definitely is.
At this point in time, everyone knows about BB, CC and DD Cream (for the face), but what about for the body? Our bare arms, legs, and shoulders are visible in photos too! If you want your skin to look flawless, smooth, and illuminated, let me introduce you to something really cool — BB Cream for the body.
Jergens recently came out with a BB Body Perfecting Skin Cream. This cream isn’t makeup, so don’t be worried about staining your clothes with color. Instead, this cream instantly hydrates and illuminates, and over the course of five days (with daily use) it’ll even, firm, and correct. It goes on sheer, dries quickly, and is applied like a lotion. Here’s how it works:
The all-in-one moisturizer contains an exclusive blend of natural Shea Butter, skin-smoothing emollients, and Firm Perfecting Complex to enhance texture and luminosity. It also contains patent-pending Self Adjusting Tone Technology to give skin a perfectly even tone.
If you’re fair, it’ll even redness. If you have a medium or deep skin tone, it’ll even discoloration. The guide below will help you figure out if you should get the fair or medium/deep:
Now that the holiday’s are right around the corner, the likelihood of you being in a lot of pictures is pretty high. So if you want to have beautiful skin all over like a celebrity about to walk the red carpet, consider adding the new BB Body Cream from Jergens to your daily routine. You can find it under $13 at your local Target or CVS.
I’ve been using the cream in medium/deep for well over a week, and I’ve definitely noticed a difference. My skin feels softer, and I’ve noticed less imperfections — especially on my legs.
Want some holiday beauty tips? Watch the short video below! You’ll learn how celebrity makeup artist Pati Dubroff uses the BB Body Cream on her clients and why.
*This post was presented by Jergens.