You probably already know I’m a huge fan of BRTC Jasmine Water BB Cream so it was a logical step to purchase the new BRTC Jasmine Waterful base to use in conjunction with that BB Cream.
Considering I have dry skin the BRTC Jasmin Waterful Base sounded like an excellent way to prep skin prior to makeup application of any kind.
Turns out it’s more of a night treatment than a day one!
BRTC Pore Magic Primer was gifted to me by a friend who was quite exhausted listening to me whine about the evils of silicone primer.
Granted, it is a silicone primer but she told me it was magical and I’d feel so much better about silicones after using it.
Hmm did that happen?
Most commonly asked question…
“What’s your favorite BB Cream?”
It’s tough to answer this because I tend to use a different one everyday since I have over 30 tubes in rotation ay any given time and I’m always testing new ones. That’s possibly obscene and slightly crazy but I’m just like every other girl or guy out there, I’m seeking flawless skin and BB Creams provide it.
One thing I will say is I go back again and again to a few particularly formulas I love one of which is BRTC Jasmine Water BB Cream.
It tops my hit list.
Thus far, BRTC Facial Sheet Masks have proved incredibly disappointing but I think I’ve finally nailed down one I actually like.
Let’s take a look at the BRTC Vitamin C Velvet Mask.
BRTC, a cult favorite BB Cream creator, is known in Korea for some of its great Blemish Balm creams as well as their great skincare.
Having tried many of their BB Creams and skincare products I felt very confident that I’d love their sheet masks but so far I’m terribly shocked I haven’t had any great success with them.
I checked out one of the Multi-Vital earlier this month and disliked it and recently I’ve been using their Rice Stem Cell Mask and have experienced similiar disappointment.
What the heck?