Etude House Baby Choux Base (Tube) Review & Swatches
What? Etude House Baby Choux comes in a tube now? Correct! A new tube packaging graces my very favorite base of choice, Etude House Baby Choux! Available in three shades that address different skin tones and issues Baby Choux Base now comes in a tube for easy application.
Originally the Etude House Baby Choux Base was introduced with the Etude House Sweet Recipe Collection in glass jars with spatulas used to scoop product out. This new squeeze tube packaging ensures your Baby Choux remains fresh, hygienic, and is easier to apply now.
Take a look!
Strangely enough this is the same price as the original formula in a larger size (35 g) with the same price tag! The jars might look bigger but actually they only hold 25 g of product so the tubes are actually a better value. Being paranoid I actually hauled backups of the jars because I thought they’d disappear as quickly as the Peach Base that Etude House did a few Spring seasons ago.
I’m thankful this new tube packaging means Baby Choux is here to stay!
I won’t get into a ton of details about this formula as I’ve reviewed it in a past post and urge you to peek at that full review for the best details and swatches. I will say that the formula hasn’t changed and is as great as the original!
This is the perfect base for brightening up my skin, providing basic SPF 25 protection, and creating a smooth, flawless base for my makeup. LOVES this stuff.
I’m so happy that it is now in a tube.
I convinced myself I would not indulge since I already have four jars (two I use, two back ups) but I couldn’t resist purchasing a tube and was happy I did. I might just gift away my back up jars and hope to run through my current jars really quickly so I can replace them with this tube.
I got mine from E-bayer F2Plus1 (not affiliated).
Any Baby Choux fans out there?
Love the new tube packaging?
This product was purchased
by the Muse for review purposes.
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