I was quite excited to check out the new Benefit B.Right Triple Performing Facial Emulsion simply because we don’t have many emulsions available to us in the US market. Emulsions are quite common amongst Asian skincare but I honestly don’t see many here in the US.
The only difference between a regular moisturizer and an emulsion would be the lighter formula that you get with an emulsion compared to the heavier one of a regular moisturizer. In most cases emulsions have gel-like formulas and most lack SPF. Benefit’s version contains an SPF 15 as well as a lighter formula.
I’m really loving on Benefit’s B.Right Radiant Skincare packaging. The products remind me of apothecary jars and bottles you’d find in an old time Pharmacy, one that served ice cream sundaes and had penny candies. They have a certain nostalgic whimsical design that makes me smile.
I’m been testing out some of the line recently and I’ll have a few reviews up shortly. Today I thought I’d start with the Benefit B.Right Refined Finish Facial Polish.
Beaut.ie shares the word of the new Benefit Cosmetics B. Right Radiant Skincare Collection this morning. Considering that Benefit hasn’t done a skincare release in a long while, you can count me excited.
Ok, I admit I’m not excited about the skincare, it’s the packaging slaying me.
You can also purchase it for $20 from www.benefitcosmetics.com or get it free with any $85, they have a sale right now so you might be able to easily top that $85 mark if you have a gift card or Christmas money to burn at the moment.
I’m normally super organized but the last year or so I’m a hot mess. Ironically I buy planners like they are going out of style and I’ve no idea why. I have an Iphone, I have an Ipad, I have several computers, a netbook, mac book, laptop, access to the Internet, etc…So WHY I need a paper planner is beyond me and to add insult to injury I don’t use these planners anyway since my personal and work life is still in disarray regardless how many planners I have.
The weirdness of it all.
Well to add to my disease I now want the Benefit Crescent Row 2011 Planner.