This one is for "mature skin", and even though I'm only in my early 30's, my skin is really dry so I was hoping that this would work really well for me, since other BB's I've tried haven't been super moisturizing.
This one is also supposed to fade spots with Vitamin C and Soy Seed Protein- an added plus!
Here are the details on the packaging:
I was surprised to see that this BB Cream is one of those shade-adjusting formulas that starts out white and turns into it's final shade when you're working it into the skin. However, if you've tried the Magic Skin Beautifier BB that L'Oreal launched over the summer, I have to say that this isn't like that one at all.
There are tiny beads in suspended in the cream that break and disburse color upon application, but unlike the Magic BB, I didn't even feel the beads in this one- it wasn't grainy at all. The cream is thicker and spreads very easily- it felt like a luxurious moisturizer would. When I blended it in, it was like a drink of water for my dry, thirsty skin.
Once you really start to rub the product in, it starts to turn into the shade it's going to be- this one looked a little dark at first, but as I continued to blend, it actually blended in with my fair skin pretty well.
Like other BB Creams, Age Perfect doesn't give much coverage- it's more like a tinted moisturizer. But, it's my favorite BB so far because of the thick, luxurious texture and dewy glow without looking shiny. I happened to be having a good skin day today, and didn't need much in the way of coverage, and this just made my skin glow and look amazing. It doesn't sink into lines and wrinkles, and actually seemed to plump up my skin a bit. Sometimes foundation can age you by accentuating the wrinkles, so if you're willing to sacrifice a little coverage, this might be a great option for those who don't want to wear a mask everyday. I can't wait to see if it fades spots as it claims to do, but I have a feeling that will take weeks.
If you have oily skin, this will probably feel too thick and heavy for you.