I’d heard such great things about the Perricone MD No Concealer Concealer but always been put off by the price. I mean let’s face it, £37 for a concealer is more than a little steep, particularly when you see the size of the bottle. However when I spotted it in Sephora for $39 I soon changed my mind. Sure £24 is still quite expensive for just 10ml of product, but when it’s a product with so many rave reviews it seemed silly not to snap up a bottle.
I absolutely love the clinical look the packaging has, it’s silly but I always feel the more clinical a product looks the better it will work, obviously! I also really like the sturdy glass bottle which not only looks great on the dressing table but also leaves me confident that it won’t leak everywhere if I travel with it.
When I hit my mid-twenties I became more conscious of the skin beneath my eyes and keeping it as wrinkle-free as possible for as long as possible. The No Concealer Concealer contains Neuropeptides and Vitamin C ester to deliver powerful anti-aging benefits as well as SPF35 to protect against both UVA and UVB rays which will come in handy when I hit the slopes next month.
The concealer itself only comes in one shade, which admittedly looked scarily orange when I tried the tester, but once blended it lightens and brightens my eyes better than any other product I’ve tried. Bearing in mind I’d just stepped off a 12 hour flight when I tried it, that’s no mean feat!
So on to the swatches…
And blended out…
I’m really glad you liked it after me egging you on to get it :)
You were so right about it! Definitely worth the money but god knows how I’ll justify it once this bottle runs out x
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