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Review: Missha Signature Wrinkle Filler BB Cream

Missha Signature Wrinkle Filler BB Cream

I HAVE A WRINKLE. My very first. It’s super depressing and I’m freaking out trying to make it disappear. Thankfully, like a year ago I bought the Missha Signature Wrinkle Filler BB Cream. At the time of purchase I was wrinkle-free. God, I miss those days. I decided to get this particular BB cream for three reasons. 1) I had heard it was good for smoothing enlarged pores, 2) I like Missha and 3) How glorious is that bottle? So elegant. And we all know I’m a sucker for great packaging. Anyway, it’s been sitting pretty on my vanity forever, because I’ve always found it a bit too moisturizing for my skin. Then this bitch wrinkle showed up out of nowhere. It’s a sleep wrinkle because I tend to smoosh my cheek against my pillow. I love sleeping, so this sucks. Will this BB cream save the day? Am I turning into a raisin way before my time? Is 28 too young for Botox? I’m such a mess.

Missha Signature Wrinkle Filler BB Cream

Pretty packaging. Elegant yet BLINDING.

Missha Signature Wrinkle Filler BB Cream

Some info and stuff about TORNADO TECHNOLOGY. If that doesn’t make you want to get this product… then you probably don’t like science.

Missha Signature Wrinkle Filler BB Cream

Ingredients. Stop squinting, I have them listed further down.

Missha Signature Wrinkle Filler BB Cream

This has fullerenes!!! I have no idea what those are but Wikipedia does. Thanks Wikipedia. And congratulations fullerenes. You go fullerenes.

Missha Signature Wrinkle Filler BB Cream

As far as I know this comes in two shades–I got #21, the lightest.

Missha Signature Wrinkle Filler BB Cream

Did I mention this bottle is fancy as hell? Look at that detail. Even if you hate it, you’ll love it.

Missha Signature Wrinkle Filler BB Cream

Hygienic pump, which is a definite plus and much appreciated by beauty bloggers everywhere.

The facts:

UV Protection: SPF 37 PA++
Moisturizing
Anti-aging
Repairing
Tightening
Smooths pores and fine lines
Medium coverage
Available in two shades: #21 and #23
44g

From Missha:

This BB Cream is swirled with a white filler that covers pores and fine lines. While foundation is useful for covering up blemishes, it tends to accentuate wrinkles and leave enlarged pores exposed. The Signature Filler BB Cream is formulated to fill imperfections in the texture of your skin for a smooth, even finish. As with all our BB Creams, it gently cares for skin while providing natural coverage.

Features:
-Silicon elastomers to fill fine lines and pores
-4 Care System to repair wrinkles, tighten pores, moisturize, and protect from the environment
-Color-correcting ingredients treat hyper-pigmentation from acne, melasma, and aging

This product contains Adenosine and Neuro-Peptides for anti-aging care as well as Hydrolyzed Collagen and Multi-Vita Ceramide to moisturize skin for a youthful glow. Nobel Prize-winning Fullerenes and skin-friendly SLLS (skin lipids) moisturize, soothe, and protect.

Ingredients:

For Wrinkle Filler
Syn-Ake: A type of Peptide which prevents fine wrinkles on the first step of aging
Decorinyl: A new ingredient awarded at Association of International Cosmetics. A type of Peptide similar with the benefit of Decorin which concerns with Collagen of human body. Benefit of improving elasticity and density of skin.
Neuropeptide: A new Peptide Complex which concerns with activating cells
Hydra plumper: A type of skin friendly Hyaluronic Acid with wrinkle repairing and moisturizing benefit

For BB Cream
1HYALUROSMOOTH LS 8998:
-Patent ingredient: Cassia Angustifolia Seed Polysaccharide
-Patent No. EP 0742007 B1(DE,FR,GB,IT,ES)
-Originate from Hyaluronic Acid and patent in Europe
-Moisturizing and wrinkle repairing benefit
Multivita Ceramide: Complex ingredient of Retinol, Ceramide 3, Linolenic Acid, Tocopherol with anti-wrinkle, antioxidant and moisturizing benefit
Rose Fruit Extract: Contains Flavonoid and Tannin ingredients with soothing, moisturizing and antioxidant benefit
Fresh Herb Complex: Complex of 12 kinds of herbal leaf extracts as Eucalyptuses, Peppermint and Tea tree with soothing and antioxidant benefit

Common ingredients
Radical Sponge: Nobel Prize winning ingredient for chemistry in year 1996 as antioxidant benefit
SLLS(Skin Lipid: Similar to skin composed of Ceramide, Cholesterol and Fat Acid with the benefit of strengthening natural skin protection shield and controlling skin moisture balance
Various botanical ingredients with moisturizing and antioxidant benefits such as Multi Fruit Complex, Oriental Flower Complex, Sweet Alpine Complex, Je-Ju Flower Complex, Berry Complex and Collagen Water

Full: Water, Cyclopentasiloxane, Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Dimethicone, Phenyl Trimethicone, Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate, Cyclohexasiloxane, Dimethicone/Vinyl Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Cyclomethicone, Propylene Glycol, PEG-10 Dimethicone, Zinc Oxide (CI 77947), Dicaprylyl Carbonate, Polymethyl Methacrylate Cross Polymer, Niacinamide, Glycerin, Sweet Almond Oil, Jojoba Seed Oil, Orange Peel Oil, Strawberry Extract, Apple Extract, Peach Extract, Kiwi Extract, Pineapple Extract, Grape Extract, Honeysuckle Extract, Hydrolyzed Collagen, Chrysanthemum Extract, Lotus Flower Extract, Safflower Extract, Cranberry Extract, Raspberry Extract, Broccoli Extract, Blueberry Extract, Turnip Leaf Extract, Arnica Montana Flower Extract, Alfalfa Extract, Jasmine Extract, Blackberry Extract, Scented Geranium Extract, Origanum Majorana Extract, Lavender Flower/Leaf/Stem Extract, Lemon Balm Extract, Rosemary Extract, Rapeseed Extract, Yarrow Extract, Apple Mint Leaf Extract, Oregano Leaf Extract, Eucalyptus Leaf Extract, Tea Tree Leaf Extract, Peppermint Leaf Extract, Thyme Extract, Thyme Leaf Extract, Spearmint Flower/Leaf/Stem Extract, Macadamia Seed Oil, Rose of Jericho Extract, Moss Rose Extract, Multiflora Rose Extract, Moth Orchid Extract, Cooktown Orchid Extract, Camellia Japonica Extract, Madonna Lily Bulb Extract, Garden Balsam Extract, Marigold Extract, Chinese Hibiscus Flower/Leaf Extract, Garden Nasturtium Flower/Leaf/Stem Extract, Methylpropanediol, Sodium Chloride, Disteardimonium Hectorite, Sorbitan Sesquioleate, Dimethicone Cross-polymer, Cetyl PEG/PEG-10/1 Dimethicone, Aluminum Hydroxide, Glyceryl Behenate, Polyglyceryl-6 Octastearate, Stearic Acid, Tribehenin, Ozokerite, Triethoxycaprylylsilane, Ethylhexylglycerin, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Adenosine

Missha Signature Wrinkle Filler BB Cream

When I first got this you could see the swirl pretty clearly. However, I’m an awful blogger and didn’t document it in my excitement. So now you get this kinda muddled almost-swirl. Deal with it.

Missha Signature Wrinkle Filler BB Cream

You can see the white more in this shot. The white is the ‘wrinkle-filler’, the beige is the BB cream.

Missha Signature Wrinkle Filler BB Cream

#21 is a good shade for my skin. It has pink/grey undertones, as opposed to the yellow ones I tend to find.

Missha Signature Wrinkle Filler BB Cream

First things first, this BB cream has a SUPER strong scent. Like most Missha products, it’s nice and flowery. However, it lingers. It lingers all day, and if you don’t like scents, you will be a bit miffed. I don’t mind it because I like the smell a lot, but I can definitely see it being overpowering. This has medium coverage–it definitely evens the skintone and and covers minor redness. However, if you have some pretty noticeable acne this isn’t for you. This is a very moisturizing BB cream, and I find that an extra moisturizer isn’t necessary when I wear it. However, if you have oily skin like me, it might not be your cup of tea. The oil control isn’t great, so you’ll get shiny fast–it already has a glowy finish. If you have normal to dry skin, you’ll probably fall in love. It’s long-lasting, but needs to be touched up with powder a lot. If you’re me, anyway. So–does it work on wrinkles?

Missha Signature Wrinkle Filler BB Cream

Nope. But I haven’t been using it long, so maybe it’s a gradual thing rather than instaneous. We shall see. But there it is, in all its glory. My baby sleepwrinkle. Please, no autographs.

Missha Signature Wrinkle Filler BB Cream

I’m REALLY not a selfie person–as a photographer, I prefer to be on the opposite side of the lens. Plus, I hate being in photos. It’s just a thing. I update my Facebook profile pic like once a year. Anyway, I thought it was pertinent to take one now–my last photo as a brunette. Yes, I’m taking the blonde plunge in like a week and a half. Before everyone is like OH LYNSEE DON’T DO IT, YOU WILL LOOK AWFUL AND YOU ARE MAKING A TERRIBLE MISTAKE, just remember that I was born a blonde and remained so the first sixteen years of my life. Dark hair is unnatural for me, even though I do like it. It’ll come back someday I’m certain, but right now I need a long overdue change. Goin’ back to my roots. I also chopped it in preparation since the ends were basically black. Only like 5 inches off, but I feel naked. Also I look a little psychotic. Which is fine, because I feel a little psychotic.

Speaking of selfies, Android-phone users: is there ANY WAY to get the camera to not go on the ‘beauty mode’ by default? It’s not good. Also I can’t imagine dudes appreciate it. And before you say that dudes don’t take many selfies that aren’t ab shots in a bathroom, I met the most annoying guy ever who literally posts like five selfies a day. Like posed senior picture selfies. Fist under chin and all. To quote any recent teenager, ‘omg i just cantt’. Which translates to ‘oh my god I just can’t’ which should not be uttered if you are over 16. Ever. So knock it off. And wake me up when selfie season passes.

Derailed much? I don’t even care. Thus ends my review of Missha Signature Wrinkle Filler BB Cream.

Pros: Moisturizing, good coverage, evens skin tone and smoothing.
Cons: Not great oil control, strong scent, anti-wrinkle effectiveness has yet to be seen.

Final Verdict: Overall I’m happy with this one–it’s a little more moisturizing then I’d normally go for, but that can be a plus in the dry winter months. It covers well and MIGHT fare well against wrinkles and pores, but I haven’t tested it long to see a difference. Will update accordingly, of course. If you want to try it for yourself, you can purchase it at Missha US for $23.80 USD. Other countries can find their respective Missha stores at Missha.net. Or you could check eBay/Amazon, as always.

Have you tried this product? Thoughts? What’s your favorite Missha BB Cream?

2 Comments

  1. What pretty packaging! So elegant for a BB cream. It evens the skin tone very well too.

  2. First off – back in my Korean English teacher days I had a friend get dragged to a salon/clinic where they did Botox by her Korean counterpart. She loved it! So much so she tried convincing me to go for a treatment. Though not necessarily Botox. Just know, she’s probably going to have to do ongoing maintenance. So if you do decide to go that route–it’s going to need upkeep.

    Also–facial massage should temporarily alleviate wrinkles. Plus, you know, it’s free. Misha is probably the only BB cream I’ve tried that didn’t try to make me look like an ashy Casper. For that reason alone, my favourite BB cream has to be M Perfect Cover. An oldie but a goodie!

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