Spring is a great time to adjust your skincare and makeup routine. As the seasons change, the climate affects how your skincare and makeup will behave. Humidity and sun exposure are two big reasons to ensure your makeup is optimized – note: the less you use, the better and fresher you’ll look as the day goes on.
Many of you who know me know that I love Physician’s Formula beauty products. One huge reason is that they completely cater to sensitive skin types. Plus, their products are known to multi-task. Case in point, I recently came across their Super BB All-In-1 BB Cream Stick. I wanted something that could be convenient for travel this coming summer, and also something that would work as a foundation/concealer/SPF to lessen the amount of products to lug around. So, here’s my two cents:
- At first glance, I think there could be more product within the tube. Typically their products are generous in size, and are a good value. Especially for something that is supposed to replace multiple products. (I believe in getting my money’s worth)
- Coverage is decent, and I would consider it medium coverage. But buildable – tip: apply directly from the tube to the skin, and smooth out with a foundation brush. Use your pinky finger for concealing.
- There’s not a large variety of shades to pick from – my skin tone is light, and the “Light” shade matched me. The formula is super blendable, and did not turn orange on me. But if you’re very fair, there may not be a light enough shade to match.
- The SPF 30 is a combination of Titanium Dioxide and Zinc Dioxide – ding, ding, ding!! My skin had zero irritation or itchiness. #winning
- By 8pm, my skin still looks fresh – my combination skin was not an oil slick in the T-zone.
- “10+ Beauty Benefits”?!? YES. Sign me up for firming, smoothing, etc.
Overall verdict? I like the performance and ingredients, and am impressed with the amount of benefits at a value price. GREAT pick for an easy to use product if you are traveling, or popping into your gym bag.