New York, New York (PRWEB) August 20, 2013
In a beauty world full of BB and CC creams, philosophy has finally released their own that combines skincare benefits and the cosmetic functionality of camouflaging imperfections with Philosophy Hope in a Jar A to Z complexion perfecting bb cream with SPF 20.
This multitasking Hope in a Jar A to Z bb cream is a one-step complexion perfector that acts as a primer, moisturizer, anti-aging treatment, foundation and sunscreen. Available in three shades (Light, Medium and Tan to Deep), this oil-free and fragrance-free hope in a jar a to z bb cream provides skin-nourishing ingredients like lactic acid to refine the skin, beta-glucan to support skin’s natural defense system and vitamins A, C and E for overall skin health.
BeautyStat’s Managing Editor Theresa Romano said that it leaves skin, “looking glowy and felt moisturized, not heavy and greasy. And it’s suitable for all skin types...” BeautyStat.com is celebrating the release of the do-it-all hope in a jar a to z bb cream by giving away 10 full-sized tubes to readers.
All BeautyStat fans have to do is re-tweet the giveaway post on Twitter using the hashtag #HopeInAJar, let BeautyStat know which shade would suit one’s particular skintone and make sure to address which A to Z skincare concern (provided by philosophy) is most important.
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BeautyStat.com was founded by beauty entrepreneur Ron Robinson. Ron is a veteran cosmetic chemist who has worked for such leading beauty companies as The Estée Lauder Companies, L'Oreal, Avon Products and Revlon Products. Ron is currently a resident beauty expert for Allure magazine.