This month I received my new BzzAgent box which included a full size L’Oréal Miracle Blur skin smoother for me to test and review. The product is touted on the label as reducing the look or wrinkles, lines, and pores. In addition, the label indicates it has an SPF of 30, making it a product that helps prevent damage while at the same time helping to hide the evidence of past skin damage.
When I first received the product, I spent time thoroughly reading the labels so that I could fairly assess whether the product fulfilled the promises on the label. Immediately I noticed that the label is marketed on the front as a “instant skin smoother” “erases the look of wrinkles, lines, and pores” , yet on the back the purpose listed is “sunscreen” and the uses and directions are all related to using as a sunscreen.
Given that most consumers, like myself, read the front of packaging to determine whether to buy the product, I tested this product on its advertised claim of being able to erase the look of wrinkles, lines, and pores.
As a 46 year old woman I have been able, thus far, to avoid the curse of wrinkles; however, I suffer from very large pores and some fine lines along my smile line. Since Clinique discontinued my favorite skin texturizer several years ago, I have not been able to find a product that actually smooths out my skin and lasts all day under foundation.