With some brands, you have to kiss a lot of frogs before you find your prince. That’s the case with Filorga here; lots of my beauty friends have raved and raved but I could never find the magic.
But, I’ve definitely found it now with the Filorga BB Cream. The best thing about it is that it comes in three shades, which doesn’t sound like enough, but they’ve had the foresight to make one really quite deep in tone, called Radiant Amber. I’m somewhere between Radiant Beige and Golden Sand so I’ve been blending, but what you get, apart from some extremely good coverage for a BB, is the softest skin!
Above from left to right: Golden Sand, Radiant Beige and Radiant Amber. If your skin is acting dry in winter and you still like to have a BB type coverage (i.e. not quite as heavy as full foundation) then the hyaluronic in this will give moisture a boost. I’m wearing it now and the difference in feel from before to now is incredible. It feels quite skin soothing, too.
I don’t love the spin on Filorga products in general – they fling some spectacular looking anti-ageing stats at you but when you realise that products are only tested on 20 women who gave a self-assessment on a particular product, they don’t really stand up under scrutiny to my mind. But none of that is relevant here – it’s a very special BB, this one. You can find Filorga BB Cream HERE for £28 although the darkest shade isn’t showing at the moment (and don’t take any notice of the M&S colour chart which looks absolutely nothing like the actual shades!).
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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