Swirl the 4 complimenting, shimmering shades of peach, soft plum, pink and rose powders together and sweep on cheeks for a natural radiance. It's a sweet rush of gorgeous!
But beware, the wildly popular Sugarbomb face powder is also a popular counterfeit, and there is no telling what the ingredients in the counterfeit product are. Don't risk the hazards of dangerous and unknown ingredients in a counterfeit product; buy authentic Sugarbomb from Benefit directly, or from authorized Benefit retailers.
Price is always an indicator that you are receiving a counterfeit product. If the price is a fraction of the $28 MSRP and "too good to be true" -- you are likely going to receive a fake. If you doubt the authenticity of your product, compare your product to an authentic product at an authorized retailer.
Dishonest sellers will often list counterfeit products on eBay as "Genuine" or "100% Authentic" and use the manufacturer's stock (advertising) image in the listing. Unsuspecting buyers will pay prices close to retail, but receive a counterfeit product.
The popular Sugarbomb lets users swirl the 4 complimenting, shimmering shades of peach, soft plum, pink and rose powders together for a natural radiance.
The authentic Benefit Sugarbomb box has a matte finish and a batch number imprinted on the ingredients 3-page booklet which will peel open to revel the ingredients.
Compare the real and counterfeit Sugarbomb boxes.
The authentic Sugerbomb has a light matte finish box finish. This counterfeit has a darker glossy finish.
Note the difference in font and color of the ingredients label on the real and counterfeit Sugarbomb.
This counterfeit Sugarbomb has a poorly aligned 2-page ingredients sticker and no batch number. The authentic product has a centered 3-page booklet.
This counterfeit has a glossy finish, and does not have the hinged cover, magnetic closure and mirror found on the authentic product shown on the left.
Consumers are often challenged identifying different variations of counterfeit products.
This might appear to be an authentic Benefit Sugarbomb, but it is a counterfeit manufactured to deceive consumers.
The ingredients in counterfeit products are unknown and may irritate your skin and be dangerous to your health.
This listing photo shows the Benefit Sugarbomb, but it is missing the trademarked "Benefit" branding.
Dishonest sellers obscure branding believing they safe from Benefit's trademark attorneys -- they are not.
Beware of online advertisers selling knock-off and counterfeit Benefit Cosmetics' Sugarbomb.
This product is offered at fraction of the authentic items price, and is missing the "Benefit" branding.