Lightweight BB cream for a bright and healthy glow. This advanced formulation keeps skin hydrated for a shine free fresh looking glow all day.
• Contains SPF 30 and Vitamin C to help keep skin radiant.
• Oil and Fragrance Free
I am a regular user of BB Cream so I was happy to receive this after I won a competition . The packaging looked nice, simple and inviting, it was something I would consider purchasing.
The BB Cream was easy to apply and didn't stain my hands like lots of other brands do, it was smooth to apply and didn't leave a streaky effect. I like that it didn't feel heavy and was just like applying a moisturiser, how I think it should feel to put on. It didn't leave my face shining as some also do, so it was a fantastic base to apply my simple make up too. My eyeliner did not smudge into it and it didn't affect my eye shadow application.
I don't like the heaviness of Foundations so loved this BB Cream, it says it will last all day, depending on how long you consider a whole day I would say this is true, lasting well for 6-8 hours before needing a reapplication so great for a day out, a quiet evening out or a day at work. I would recommend something heavier for a hard day or night out.
A great product that I definitely would purchase in the future.
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