Overall rating
3.9
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69%
would repurchase
3.9
Created with Sketch.
Overall rating
69%
would repurchase

Latest Bourjois Reviews

Healthy Mix BB Cream
5.0
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2 months ago

I am using the Bourjois Healthy Mix BB cream in the shade light, which I love a lot as the shade isn't too pink nor too yellow and it's so easy to blend into the skin especially while using the fingers. I do have a light dry skin at the moment and would recommend using a moisturizer beforehand and then using the bb cream. I also like that it does give you that ''healthy glow'' as it has a dewy finish. https://youtu.be/UdEeFF37tvo

Healthy Mix BB Cream
5.0
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2 months ago

I am using the Bourjois Healthy Mix BB cream in the shade light, which I love a lot as the shade isn't too pink nor too yellow and it's so easy to blend into the skin especially while using the fingers. I do have a light dry skin at the moment and would recommend using a moisturizer beforehand and then using the bb cream. I also like that it does give you that ''healthy glow'' as it has a dewy finish. https://youtu.be/UdEeFF37tvo


Healthy Mix Serum Gel Foundation
3.0
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2 months ago

This is a nice enough foundation, nice finish and yellow toned shades which is quite rare for drugstore foundations which tend to lean really pink/red. However it contains alcohol denat (the bad type of alcohol found in cosmetics- known for drying out skin) and perfumed fragrance! After discovering these ingredients I refuse to wear it and would not recommend to anyone because of these ingredients. Such a shame a large cosmetic company such as this would include perfume and alcohol denat in their products.

Healthy Mix Serum Gel Foundation
3.0
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2 months ago

This is a nice enough foundation, nice finish and yellow toned shades which is quite rare for drugstore foundations which tend to lean really pink/red. However it contains alcohol denat (the bad type of alcohol found in cosmetics- known for drying out skin) and perfumed fragrance! After discovering these ingredients I refuse to wear it and would not recommend to anyone because of these ingredients. Such a shame a large cosmetic company such as this would include perfume and alcohol denat in their products.

Healthy Mix Foundation
2.0
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2 months ago

I'm glad this works for so many people but I want to describe my experience with it for those with skin similar to mine, because it was really bad for me. In advance, I'd like to state I've had similar reactions to other products, especially foundations in the past, some of those products have a HG status with many users. I'm saying, it seems to boil down to user specific sensitivity more than the quality of the product, so I'm not sure how fair my rating is, but I've stuck with it because it does reflect my experience. The lightest available shade (don't have the bottle anymore, not sure what the shade was) was pretty good for me. Even though it seems to have strong yellow hues, it somehow does look nice and healthy. It looks very radiant, which I wanted as I have dry skin and look parched with anything in the mattifying territory. It doesn't settle into pores or creases, doesn't cling to peach fuzz, and looks nice all day, for me anyway. It could be too shiny for those with oilier skins. However, even while I was applying it I could feel a starchy, powdery texture, like it was a liquid to powder formula. It looked shiny but felt very drying and that just kept getting worse through the day, to the point that with the slightest movement with facial muscles it felt like my skin was a dry paper bag crumpling. It felt prickly, like dry skin in windy weather. I should mention I've had my dryness under control for a year now and my skin does not feel that way on it's own. It made my eyes tired and burning a bit, and I found myself squinting a lot. The drying effect was extreme and very uncomfortable. Upon washing it off I discovered a few pimples, and weeks after I still have remnants of a cystic one. I only ever get them from unfortunate products and biotin, don't have any acne otherwise. I was very disappointed because it looks much nicer than it feels and certainly if your skin doesn't hate the ingredients, it's the best looking of all drugstore foundations. I looked up the ingredients of every foundation I've ever used, and a few other cosmetic items. This reaction has only happened to me with products containing butylene glycol, and most of them also had silica. I've had no issues with foundations that don't have these ingredients. Just mentioning in case anyone else has been having these issues and is trying to find the culprit, could be the same one for you. Mac, Maybelline, Catrice HD, some of the essence ones all did this to me, and some of those are very popular with other people. Our stores have a no return policy for opened cosmetics, so I payed 18 euro to screw up my skin. I can't say avoid it, because not everyone has this sensitivity, but try to get a sample or at least make sure you can get a return before you buy it.

Healthy Mix Foundation
2.0
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2 months ago

I'm glad this works for so many people but I want to describe my experience with it for those with skin similar to mine, because it was really bad for me. In advance, I'd like to state I've had similar reactions to other products, especially foundations in the past, some of those products have a HG status with many users. I'm saying, it seems to boil down to user specific sensitivity more than the quality of the product, so I'm not sure how fair my rating is, but I've stuck with it because it does reflect my experience. The lightest available shade (don't have the bottle anymore, not sure what the shade was) was pretty good for me. Even though it seems to have strong yellow hues, it somehow does look nice and healthy. It looks very radiant, which I wanted as I have dry skin and look parched with anything in the mattifying territory. It doesn't settle into pores or creases, doesn't cling to peach fuzz, and looks nice all day, for me anyway. It could be too shiny for those with oilier skins. However, even while I was applying it I could feel a starchy, powdery texture, like it was a liquid to powder formula. It looked shiny but felt very drying and that just kept getting worse through the day, to the point that with the slightest movement with facial muscles it felt like my skin was a dry paper bag crumpling. It felt prickly, like dry skin in windy weather. I should mention I've had my dryness under control for a year now and my skin does not feel that way on it's own. It made my eyes tired and burning a bit, and I found myself squinting a lot. The drying effect was extreme and very uncomfortable. Upon washing it off I discovered a few pimples, and weeks after I still have remnants of a cystic one. I only ever get them from unfortunate products and biotin, don't have any acne otherwise. I was very disappointed because it looks much nicer than it feels and certainly if your skin doesn't hate the ingredients, it's the best looking of all drugstore foundations. I looked up the ingredients of every foundation I've ever used, and a few other cosmetic items. This reaction has only happened to me with products containing butylene glycol, and most of them also had silica. I've had no issues with foundations that don't have these ingredients. Just mentioning in case anyone else has been having these issues and is trying to find the culprit, could be the same one for you. Mac, Maybelline, Catrice HD, some of the essence ones all did this to me, and some of those are very popular with other people. Our stores have a no return policy for opened cosmetics, so I payed 18 euro to screw up my skin. I can't say avoid it, because not everyone has this sensitivity, but try to get a sample or at least make sure you can get a return before you buy it.