Some of you may be familiar with the brand Skin79 and some of you might not have heard of it. For me, it's actually the first BB Cream brand that I was introduced to. You might recognized them being one of the "origin" of the BB Cream wave... like classic?
Anyways, enough of the introduction you say? Let's take a look at our star today!
The Sun Protect Beblesh Pact is basically a BB Cream in powder form. It's less-messy and much more travel-friendly than their big bulky BB Cream in their container (Picture below).
I want to say that the Sun Protect Beblesh Pact is the powder version of this 'Hot Pink' BB Cream because... well, same color right? But in fact, they're quite different.
The liquid version of the 'Hot Pink' BB Cream claim to have Triple Functions: Whitening, SPF25 PA++, Wrinkle Free
Whereas the Sun Protect Beblesh Pact specialized more on sun protection and that's pretty much the only benefit you get from it. Also, instead of SPF25 PA++, the Beblesh Pact is SPF30 PA++.
The texture is very smooth and silky because it's not pure powder form, it's actually quite creamy as well.
The sponge that it comes with is okay... well, nothing special or too mind blowing but it does the job.
I like how the sponge comes with a belt so it's easier for me to grab it. You may think that's nothing, but I actually do own a few pact that comes with a sponge that is awkward to hold because of the missing belt.
One negative thing about this sponge is the fact that it's almost impossible to get rid of the stain completely. The color keeps building up every time I try to wash it and eventually... this is how it looks like even though I've deep cleaned it before using it this morning.
The scent is nothing else but pure heaven. It has this light flowery smell to them and I actually wish they'd come out with a perfume with this scent. I would totally buy it! Unfortunately (for me) and fortunately for most of you, the smell fades out quickly after application so you don't have to worry about the scent too much if you don't like it.
The Beblesh Pact only comes in one shade but it doesn't indicate what shade that is. I would assume it's the typical #21 because it is really light. I forgot to do a coverage test but from my experience, it covers pretty well but unfortunately, the lasting power is quite short (3 hours at most) before my blemishes becomes completely visible again. Also, the powder will settle into fine lines and make it even more visible than it is.
Even though I have combination skin, this BB gives me dry patches on my nose, the area between my eyebrows, and on my chin. Of course, those problems could be solved if you get in the habit of applying moisturizer or primers prior to the BB.
Now, that is all I have to say about the Skin79 Sun Protect Beblesh Pact!
As always, please do leave your questions and comments below and I'll get to you as soon as possible alrighty?