BB creams (which stands for Blemish Balm), originated in Korea, is known for its’ functionality. It’s a moisturizer that doubles as sunblock with a hint of foundation. Three of girls’ necessities all rolled into one affordable and easy to carry product. Talk about convenience.
The first BB cream I tried, Pure Beauty Jasmine Water, is not a total fail but the single shade available is too pale and way too white for me. At one point I even looked like I’m wearing a mask, so I had to switch BB creams.
Credits to my boyfriend who chose this BB cream when we went to Etude House at Megamall.

– Easily blends out.
– Coverage is perfect for those with very little pimple marks to cover.
-It has SPF30. You know how much girls need their sun block to protect their skins.
-It has small amount of light reflecting particles (like glitters or that of a highlighter) which makes the skin look fresh and blooming even on a very tiring day.
-The pump dispenses just the right amount of product in a single press.
– It is easy to carry around… not messy at all.
– Doesn’t cause breakouts.

– The coverage is too sheer to cover eyebags and really dark pimple marks.
– It lasts for 3-4 hours at most.
– It has only one shade.
Buy Again? Probably not. It’s not that I don’t like it; it’s just that a lot of BB creams are now available in the market and I like to see which one works best for me.
My Verdict: 3/5