Skincare Review | Klairs Illuminating Supple Blemish Cream SPF40 PA++
BB creams are hottest selling cake throughout 2013 but sadly most of them do not suit my oily skin. I tried a couple of other BB Creams this year. Let’s find out klairs illuminating supple bb cream work out for me or not.
Klairs illuminating supple blemish cream is suitable for any skin type for dry, oily, sensitive or combination skin.
I have an oily skin so I seriously can’t use any type of BB cream as they made me oil slick within an hour as most of them are too moisturizing or should say greasy and till date I am not able to find any BB cream for oily skin.
I have to say when I received the product and as soon as I saw the shade, I was skeptical as I was thinking it’s going be too light for my NC35skin tone like Roujkiss Enca Acne Control BB Cream which had a grayish pink undertone but to my surprise it worked quite well for me in terms of undertone and shade as it has yellow undertone. I have been using Klairs BB Cream from last three weeks and I do admit upon swatching the shade looks the shade looks tad light but once blended out nicely it matches my skin tone quite well. It offers light to medium coverage and conceals minor blemishes/dark spots, redness and minimize enlarge pores. However, if you are someone having dark spots and acne scars or major discoloration you may need a separate concealer for that.
Unlike some others Korean BB Creams that tend to look dull and appears ashy which definitely looks devastated in picture. I love the texture, which is think and creamy but still gives controlled application by giving a healthy dewy finish and brightens up the face instantly without being cakey. The finish and the illuminating properties are some really good points as some of you may love glossy/dewy finish but it’s just not meant for my skin type. It kinds of blends well naturally in skin without leaving a drastic ashy cast on me like my Roujkiss BB cream. With having SPF40/PA++ protection, you are in safe hands and can skip your everyday sunscreen. Since I have no wrinkles I seriously cannot say about wrinkle care. I am really not pleaded with the sebum control as my T-zone gets shiny within two hours even after dusting off the translucent powder and by thrid hour I need to blot excess oil/sebum from my face which I simply hate. But if you are someone having dry/normal skin, it will be an extra bounty for you as it does moisturize quite well and going to lasts on you for about four five hours easily as it contain Hyaluronic Acid. I am looking forward to using it winter and I am sure it would work fine for me too.