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Peripera Blur Pang Peach Milk Blur

April 4th, 2018 · Nobody Surrendered

Peripera Blur Pang Peach Milk Blur is from korea. This primer is claimed to be able to achieve an airbrushed finishing, as if all your flaws are blurred away.

The one I’m sharing here is Peach. The packaging is so cute, just like a mini milk cartoon. I got this from Watsons, priced at about RM40+ for 50ML.

There are 3 different types. Each has different function:
Peach Milk Blur: SPF30PA++ protection, tone-up with CC cream effect.
Banana Milk Blur: Natural coverage tone-up effect.
Pure Milk Blur: Tone-up effects for face and body parts that look dull and sallow.

Peripera Blur Pang range consists of these ingredients:
NEW ZEALAND COLOSTRUM: Contains colostrum that was milked within 72 hours in the pristine New Zealand. The freshness of first milk provides brightening and skin barrier strengthening benefits to deliver clear and soft skin textures, just like a baby.
JEJU GOAT MILK: Nourishes skin and an ingredient that is most similar to breast milk; contains 28% more of inorganic salt selenium compared to normal milk, for even healthier skin.
VITA COMPLEX10: A complex of 10 vitamins including B5, B7, B9, C, E, A, B1, B2, B3 and B4 for healthy and more radiant skin.

It also claimed to have 98% peach extract (14,000 ppm).

The smell of peach is strong. That’s always the case when it comes to products with peach fragrance. However, it doesn’t bother me.

I applied to half of my face to see the effect. The one on the left has only my moisturizer while the one on the right is applied with Peach Milk Blur. The cream texture is quite hard to spread and left sticky layer on my face.

Looking at the photo, the skin condition without Peach Milk Blur looks better. However, the primer did blur out some spots on my face. It’s a bit too white for my skin tone but once it settled down which took hours, it will look more natural.

After applying it all over the face, I proceeded with my usual makeup routine. The stickiness of the primer was still there. Looking at these photos, it did blur out my spots which usually can be seen in photos. That’s the only good thing about it. Anyway, you can also use this on its own on your lazy day.

Repurchase will not be considered. There are many good reviews about it but too bad it doesn’t go well with me. I dislike the texture and the stickiness. My skin also felt suffocated using it. A bit of itch developed at the end of the day.

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