Aloe BB Crème SPF 20 - Sandy 35,25e/ 45g (Bottom swatch) Three shades to choose from. I gave Nude and Cocoa (SPF 10) to my friends and decided to take Sandy with me to Spain optimistically hoping to achieve it's shade. It is rather pigmented for a BB-cream so it can also be used to adjust the color of your everyday foundation if it gets too light.
Pigmented but very light coverage! As you can see, a totally wrong shade haha. After I applied my concealers & powders the look was wearable. Yet I would hope for much more coverage from my main base product. Contains talc and dimethicone/silicone so I would be pretty sure to break out if I used this on the daily.
Cream to Powder Foundation - 377 Porcelain (Second swatch from the bottom) 22,05e/ 7g
Has much purer inci than the BB: so much goodness from nature! At first a wax called Candelilla cera caught my eye. I assumed that since it's a wax it wouldn't let my skin breathe. But it's actually rated great in EWG's Cosmetics Database. Other ingredient, the first one on the list is Phenyl Trimethicone. It is a "silicone-based polymere", which I would still concider a silicone (correct me if I understood wrong). According to EWG it should be safe to use health-wise but not sure what my acne has to say when a silicone is first on the ingredient list.
The actual finish. Ah, perfect. Been looking for a full-coverage foundation like this for ages! Super easy to put on. It stayed on like it first applied for a whole day of shopping. Felt moisturizing. Just amazing. The only downside is the price in comparison to how little of this you get and how fast it actually runs out.