Saturday, May 12, 2012


Every now and then we get plagued by the same issue, pimples. 
It seems that many things can trigger it - stress, late nights, period and of course, food. 
I've been having an outbreak after my recent trip and I think it's largely due to my skin trying to get used to the different climate and indulging in all the yummy food. 
Also, I havent had proper sleep ever since I came back, boohoo :( 

So I've decided to give Garnier's 2-in-1 Tinted Pimple Roll-On a shot after learning more about it. This little handy stick not only helps to conceal the pimple but also to heal it over the course of the day; it also helps to calm the red spot and dries the pimple up!
It's so much better than concealing it with powder and clogging it further. 
It's like killing two birds with one stone - to conceal and to heal the pimple!

Here’s a look at the pimple i have above my right brow and some red spots on my cheeks & nose!

Garnier's 2-in-1 Tinted Pimple Roll-On to the rescue!!

Simply dab some over your pimple

Blend it with your finger

The pimple is now less red & less obvious and in the process of being healed!
The effects last up to 12hours!

The best thing is that it is suitable for all skin tones so we don't have to go through the hassle of choosing the right tone!

So just grab yours off any Watsons, Guardian or any major Super/ Hyper Market today at $22.90!

Besides this fantastic product, Garnier has also introduced a game for you ladies and the
reward offers to up to $1000 Forever21 Shopping Vouchers!

Simply help Garnier to find Anne who has gone into hiding because of her pimples and
regain her confidence with the Tinted Pimple Roll-On!

All you have to do is to keep a lookout for Anne and move your cursor and click on her!
There are only three stages! Once completed, you stand to win the reward of up to $1000
worth of Forever21 Vouchers!!!

All the best!!


Will be back with a massssiveee photo update tomorrow ;)
Stay tuned to Love, Bonito's upcoming collection too!

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