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Satin Perfection BB Cream SPF 15 50ml


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    A silicone free BB cream with colour adaptive technology, it adjusts to a wide range of light to medium skin tones and leaves the skin looking flawless, even toned and luminous with a perfect non-oily, satin finish. This true multi-function cream provides flawless coverage that banishes imperfections, gives SPF and anti-oxidant protection while photo-rejuvenation technology offers a toning, firming, anti-ageing effect. 


    • Skin looks satin smooth, matte and flawless.
    • Corrects imperfections.
    • Protects against UV damage.
    • Revitalizes and boosts radiance.
    • Skin looks firmer and more toned.

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2 reviews

above average

This BB cream evens out skin tone and is easy to apply. It leaves the skin feeling lightly moisturised. I need to used a base moisturizer underneath as my skin in a bit dry and then the BB cream on top. It makes me skin look natural. 

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I think it's a good, gentle BB cream, in the sense that the ingredient list doesn't contain any pore-clogging silicones or what not. I was really excited about trying it on mainly because I'd thought my skin would, for once, be able to adapt well to a cosmetic base!  When it went on, it was whiter than expected though - I think that's the zinc oxide. That's the sunblock working, so it's to be expected. But the BB cream touts itself as being able to adapt to the colour of the wearer's skin, so I'd expected it to match my neck magically already. It did oxidise after a while though, and looked more natural. As claimed, my skin did take on a rather satin sheen - quite pleasing to the eye. With an oil-control moisturiser below, my combi skin also didn't oil up too much in 5 hours - most of that spent in an air-con environment though. The main thing that has me going "hmmm" and not "YAY" is the fact that after I removed it, I saw a few whiteheads coming up on my forehead and chin that hadn't been there before. Have no idea if that's the BB cream or just some unfortunate cause, but am more inclined to think it's the former. Nevertheless, I will persevere and try it more times cos I'm quite in love with the ingredient list!

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