What is BB Cream?

BB Cream has certainly created quite the beauty buzz this year. The first question most people ask is what is BB Cream and what does BB stand for? Some companies refer to them as Blemish Balms others, Beauty Balms; the general consensus however is that they are a multi-tasking beauty product that can have up to 7 different benefits.

Originating in Germany by dermatologists, BB Creams were at first created to protect and cover patient’s skin after surgery or laser treatments. They were then hurled into popularity when Korean actresses raved about how amazing they made their skin look. The phenomenon then spread across Asia, and now the BB Buzz is worldwide!

The jane iredale Glow Time mineral BB Cream is a full coverage foundation, then, as well as offering sun protection, it conceals blemishes, minimises the appearance of pores, disguises wrinkles and smooths and brightens skin. Not to mention all of the super-duper mineral ingredients that are SO good for your skin, the Glow Time formula is power-packed full of skincare goodness as well as everything you need to create an instantly flawless glowing complexion.

Glow Time’s mineral-based formula nourishes your complexion using ingredients with real skincare benefits like Apple Extract that exfoliates, refines and rejuvenates skin; Sunflower Seed Oil that is richly moisturizing; and Aloe Leaf Juice that soothes and calms the skin. Glow Time really is a multi-tasking dynamo!#

jane iredale Glow Time Mineral BB Cream was the foundation used on the models for ELLERY and Christopher Esber at New York Fashion week. You can see for yourself in this video how seriously stunning it really does look on the skin!

Last but not least, if you’re ready to enter the world of BB Cream, here are our jane iredale Glow Time™ Full Coverage Mineral BB Cream Application Tips:

• Put 4 dots the size of a “BB” (no pun intended!) on your hand. Use the fingers to apply one to each cheek, forehead, center of face. Blend out as applying to each area of the face.
• May also be applied with a Flocked Sponge or Blending Brush.
• May also be used under the eyes as a concealer.

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