I have to say, I hate this stuff. I gave it a shot because, what doesn't sound good about a cream smoothing out your skin, making it look flawless?! L'Oreal B.B. Cream contains self-adjusting beads that are said to instantly transform your skin tone. You begin by applying a dot of cream on your fingertip, and rub into your skin. The B.B. Cream comes out of the tube as a whitish color and rubs in as "skin color" or orange in my case. When I rubbed it on my face, it started tingling a slight burn so I washed it off after I took a picture. It does not wash off well. I used soap and warm water and noticed the cream seemed to stick in my pores. I showered and when I got out of the shower, I used a cotton ball with alcohol, to wipe my acne areas, and the cotton ball was cleaning even more orangey cream off my face!? It really didn't want to wash off my face very easily.
Below is my experience in photos...The lighting doesn't quite show the color of the cream, but aside from color, it really didn't make a difference in skin smoothing. It also left a dry feeling in my skin...its made to hydrate, so why did I feel like my skin became DE-hydrated? I'm really not sure, but sadly, my experience with this cream wasn't very good and can't say I'd recommend it.
|L'Oreal B.B. Cream testing|
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This post is sponsored by SheSpeaks, in providing me a tube of L'OREAL's Magic Skin Beautifier B.B. Cream
to test and review. All opinions are my own.