- didn't break me out. this is supposed to be for sensitive skin. that means it has ingredients for skin prone to break out. this also means it is gentle. and that it has processed honey for topical use.
- light to medium coverage, perfect for summer, doesn't make you look too made up
- isn't cakey
- shade match is acceptable. it's a tad dark but just a tad. my comparison is my neck, so it only almost matched how fair my neck and chest is
- easy to apply and blend out, it is after all quite watery
- BUT doesn't dry to quickly so it's just right for blending
- spf 30 pa ++ just enough for indoors or going out for a quick milk tea :P
- CURRENTLY, Tony Moly only has one shade, this is number 3, por Dios. not even #2? for me?
- oil control is so so, i get oily in about 3-4 hours so i have to blot the oil off my nose about 2x a day
- the price for something from a not too high end brand this bb cream is quite pricey to think it has no pump! It is PhP1098 at the local Tony Moly shops.
- and lastly, no pump. imagine the price increase if it was released with a pump! ordinarily having just this upside down tube is acceptable, but it's just so damn watery that 1.) is pretty hard to control dispensing the product (which is why the pic of it on the back of my hand looks that way) 2.) it's watery enough for me to think of it as a foundation instead of a bb cream. it's only a tad thicker than that fake bb cream i love to hate, the Maybelline bb.
Do I recommend? - yes, sure, but don't expect this to have the usual bb cream with all the bells and whistles. it is a foundation with friendly to the skin ingredients and sunscreen
Will I repurchase - no