I am very curious indeed to try the Doll10 BB Drops – still trying to work out exactly what the water based drops do. According to QVCUK where you can buy them Doll10 BB Drops help you get the benefits of a BB while still enjoying your own foundation. Hmm. To me, the whole point of a BB is that you get some coverage. But, adding the BB Drops gives skin care elements (hydration and firming) and lustre to your existing base. I’ve read the reviews on QVC and have to say some people who have bought it seem to be rather disappointed in it, but others are absolutely raving about the drops. The main complaint seems to be that it either does nothing or dries the skin, but those who love it seem to find it holds their foundation really well and gives There is no indication that there is an SPF element to the drops which is a key factor in BBs. Going back to the original meaning of a BB (blemish balm) there doesn’t seem to be any element of that either, however, one commenter with an oily complexion said it suited her skin type really well and that adding the drops gives skin a beautiful, dewy finish.
I’m going to try and get hold of a sample so I can put it to the test myself, but in the meantime, Doll10 BB Drops are £22.27 HERE.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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