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Origins A Perfect World BB Cream will be released in the UK, and perhaps launch in other countries after?!
This features a blend of ingredients that deliver
multiple perfecting, protecting and hydrating benefits in a lightweight
formulation. Benefits include the reduction in the appearance of pores and fine
lines, better skin hydration and an improvement in skin’s radiance. The BB Cream
is offered in six shades to complement a wide range of skin tones: Light,
Light/Medium, Medium, Medium/Deep, Deep and Extra Deep, priced at £27 each. The
new A Perfect World BB SPF 15 Age-defense tinted moisturizer with White Tea will
be available nationwide from April at Origins retail stores, selected department
stores and the brand’s website.
Apparently in Asia, they will be releasing a
different BB Cream, this time without using the ‘tinted moisturizer’ on it’s
label. Introducing the Origins VitaZing BB Cream from the VitaZing line.
The Origins VITAZING has a
moisturizer that becomes slightly tinted once rubbed, so don’t confuse the
moisturizer with this BB Cream. They are both totally different products. The
Origins VitaZing Moisturizer comes in SPF15, while the Origins VitaZing
BB Cream is SPF 35 / PA +++.
The key ingredient is the Mangosteen Energy
Complex, which helps optimize cellular energy and limit the release of free
radicals helping skin maintain its healthy look. The complex is also coupled
with Cordyceps Mushroom and Ginseng to provide an even better anti-aging effect.
In addition it also uses Mango Seed Butter, Hyaluronic Acid and Trehalose to
provide intense hydration to the skin. Oil-controlling natural ingredients such
as Silica and Laminaria Extracts are also included. Other than that Barley and
Wheat Germ protects skin from dehydration.
So I can't wait, I love Origins in general and hopefully can get hold of the vitazing one before I leave Hong Kong, and then buy the one in the UK!! If I manage to try both I shall compare and review!!