It was only a matter of time before a medium option (Beige) was available. I was so happy to get my hands on a tube. My next problem was choosing which range, Flawless White or Age Miracle. Both were appropriate for my skin concerns, but what I hate most is pigmentation, so opted for Flawless White.
Containing Spf 15, this product claims to hide blemishes and repair damaged skin. Ingredients have been added to regulate genes that control melanin production and brighten the skin.
Would I repurchase? I don't think so. Not because I didn't like it, by any means. As is the case of most Western BB creams, I found it to be more like a tinted moisturiser, in terms of coverage, which was a surprise to me with the thicker consistency.
The flash in the photo seemed to reflect the BB cream, making my face look like I have more coverage than what I was actually provided.
After a couple of hours of wear, I do find the need for help with my oily T-zone, which is the case for most face products anyway.
I found the base to be quite yellow, which was fine on my skin tone, but I could see the colour being a problem for many users.
To be honest, Ponds Flawless BB Cream just didn't live up to my current fave BB cream, Garnier for Oily skin.