Do you think I have fake BB cream? Help!
So, I took a gamble and ordered some BB cream off of Amazon. I ordered Missha Perfect Cover #13 from Seoulglamour and it was shipped promptly. I received it far before the expected date, delightfully. I opened it up and everything looks legit. Everything is spelled correctly on the packaging and the bottle itself looks exactly how it should. Seoulglamour has a 5 star rating. However, the product itself feels really heavy on my skin. It doesn't look that bad, but it feels really chalky on me. I'm not sure if it's due to the high SPF or if the product isn't authentic.
Investigation of Seoulglamour has come up inconclusive. I've read several reviews of girls claiming that they received fake skin79 VIP GOLD from this seller but then went on to say that "everything was legit looking except the letters scratched off really easily!" Honestly, I have bought VIP GOLD from both the Skin79 official website AND prettyandcute.com and the letters have all COMPLETELY wore off by the time I was done with them. I know these were the real products because one was the official website and the other is a very trusted authorized seller of Skin79 merchandise. So I don't know if these girls actually received fake product or not.
Not only that, but Seoulglamour has a 5 star rating and they don't ever disappear randomly or do anything suspicious in nature other than be a seller of BB creams on Amazon.
I'm not sure if this product simply isn't right for my skin or if I really have a fake product. Can you guys shed some light on this? I've been thinking about buying some from the seller "rubyruby" on ebay as I have verification from several blogs saying that this seller is completely legit, including bubzbeauty, who I have been watching on youtube many for years, and comparing how the two products are. I mean, it's only $12 on rubyruby's store so it's not THAT much. But I don't know if it's needed or not. Help?
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