Peter Thomas Roth BB Blur Broad Spectrum SPF 30

Peter Thomas Roth BB Blur Broad Spectrum SPF 30

Is the new Peter Thomas Roth BB Blur Broad Spectrum SPF 30 the next L’Oreal Miracle Blur product? Kinda sounds like it but this sheer BB Cream comes in two shades and features diamond powder to blur the appearance of fine lines.

I’ve always wanted diamond powder in my BB Cream, I’m that kinda girl.

Peter Thomas Roth BB Blur Broad Spectrum SPF 30 promises to blur the look of fine lines, wrinkles, and imperfections with their new sheer to medium coverage formula.

Infused with diamond powder, peptides, and vitamin E this new BB Cream is available a Light to Medium and Medium to Tan color selection. It includes a broad spectrum SPF 30 and evens out skin tone instantly upon application give skin the look of smooth flawlessness.

The entire “blur” technology has me wondering how close a texture is is to L’Oreal’s Miracle Blur formula. Perhaps it’s kinda a tinted version of it!? I’d find that terribly exciting in all honest as I really enjoy Miracle Blur.

This is $48 and available now at Ulta.com

  • 6/26/13 13:04 amy:

    If you don’t have to apply every 2 hours, s with the L’Oreal Miracle Blur, this would definitely be worth looking into (also, if the “light” is truly light, LOL). If not, then I’ll just stick with Miracle Blur. It’s half the price, and with the Aveeno BB Cream, and Essence Mattifying powder, my pores are almost invisible.

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  • 6/27/13 7:00 Carol:

    Priced off the charts?

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  • 2/25/14 17:00 Devon:

    I have to say, I understand that it is more pricey than other products one could get of “comparable” effect. However, I bought a tube and it lasted at least 9 months. That’s something I can’t say about it’s cheaper counterparts. Usually more product is needed so it goes faster; I end up paying the same price in the long run, but PTR is just plain…better.
    I have gone without for a few weeks and have been using Aveeno’s and the color and consistency of Aveeno is just….crap, in comparison to PTR. Had I not used PTR first, I would probably just be fine with it, but I guess I’m spoiled now. And what a way to go……
    Love this stuff! Totally worth the price.

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