March 12, 2015

The Body Shop Wonderblur Face Primer Launches

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The Body Shop Wonderblur Face Primer ($25) is a new face primer with a lightweight formula that visibly reduces fine lines and pores for an even smooth finish! Apparently this even provides up to 12 hours of moisture as well!

I was thinking that it might be like L’Oreal’s Miracle Blur or the recently launched Lumene Bright Now Blur Line & Pore Minimizer! Both of which I like so I’m sure WonderBlur Face Primer will likely be a win for me.

The best about this is the fact that the Body Shop has sales so often you’re bound to get it for a steal of a price. I’ll be surely checking it out and reviewing soon!

Anyone try it?

Do share!

The The Body Shop Wonderblur Face Primer is available now at


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  • Carol G

    Can anyone explain why face primers have to cost so much damn money? I mean for what they are, I feel like they are one of the top overpriced makeup items. You’re right, they do have sales at the Body Shop, but still, $25 is a lot! And Smashbox’s is $36.

    • amy

      You’re paying for the branding. Maybelline Baby Skin is around $8, and their foundations, which work as well as some more expensive ones, are also very reasonable. In fact, L’Oréal owns Maybelline & The Body Shop, so I’m not sure the price difference is worth it.

    • kimkats

      THANK YOU for saying that!! I was just grousing to myself a couple days ago about that same thing. It’s ridiculous what they cost for what’s mostly a glop of silicone with some other stuffage thrown in for good measure.

      At least at Ulta, in the next few weeks, their 21 days of Beauty thing is coming up and the TooFaced primer and the SB one are half price, so I may scoop up one or ‘tother of those. Half price I will pay! 🙂

    • Heather F.

      I stopped using Smashbox’s for exactly that reason–it’s way, way overpriced for the ingredients it contains!

      A brave soul online compared the ingredients in Smashbox to the ingredients in Monistat’s Chafing Relief Powder Gel (NOT one of their yeast infection medications) and realized they were basically the same, so I took a tube to my dermatologist and asked him if there was anything in it that could hurt my (very sensitive & acne-prone) skin. He said short of a silicone allergy it should be totally fine. So… I’ve been using the Monistat since. It’s $5 for a big tube and does exactly what the Smashbox did–smooths pores, eases application, extends wear. I hope you don’t think this is gross or crazy, but it seriously works just as well and now I have more money for fun makeup instead of overpriced dimethecone. 🙂

      • Laura

        YES! I have been using the Monistat Chafing Relief Powder Gel now for over a year. I still buy Smashbox and use for special occasions out, but the Monistat gel works almost exactly the same. SO much cheaper. LOL I was so hesitant at first, but then I read dozens of fews, and I’ve now converted my mother and at least 5 friends who swear by it.

  • amy

    L’Oréal owns The Body Shop, so I’m guessing they’re pretty much *exactly* the same!

  • Sissi

    It probably is the same product cause Loreal owns The Body Shop! I am interested in trying it out!

  • Kiss & Make-up

    I deeeefinitely want to try it. I’m a bit of a primer wh0re.