REVIEW on banila co. Prime Primer Purity.
This is a primer for sensitive skin.
For sensitive skin which turns red even with slight stimulus,
lots of concerns follow when choosing cosmetics.
Let’s take a look at this primer for sensitive skin with no stimulus on skin.
banila co. Prime Primer Purity.
It’s a primer for sensitive skin.
Box somewhat looks like a medicine.
Refreshing green plastic container.
Cap’s on the container.
Cap’s small. Not to lose it, you need to keep your eyes on it.
Need to put on the cap after use.
Put on back of hand.
Looks like it’s soft and glossing on the picture.
In reality, it’s bit dry.
I tend to try products on back of hand as there are lots of wrinkles and pores(some) on it.
Turns white like the picture on the right when spread.
After absorption, you can see tone up effect.
It also covers pores and small freckles.
It minimizes oily touch.
There are more thick and deeper wrinkles on palm.
So you can see how well a primer can cover freckles by testing it on palm.
I was embarrassed at first as white stain made me look like a snowman.
So I applied small amounts several times
and could see tone up effect as well as skin tone ordering effect.
Herb Extract, Phytoncide, and Pine make me smell the nature LOL
It not only covers pores and wrinkles, but also soothes skin.
It’s a primer for sensitive skin for sure.
It has rough texture. Dry.
Cannot feel moistness.
Started to wonder if this product has excluded moist during production or not.
It controls sebums well. Matte finish.
Yet this will not work well on dry skin.
It will perform well on oily and sensitive skin with toubles.
I always say this when I review cosmetics.
Make sure you apply proper amount.
Too much amount will lead to white pale face.
and products will get between wrinkles and make it stand out.
So I assure you to use appropriate amount.