Missha Signature Complexion Coordinating BB Cream SPF 43 is one of two new BB Cream formulas that Missha recently introduced in Korea. This isn’t yet available here in the US but I imagine it’ll shortly become available via Missha’s online shop.
There’s actually a white color adjusting formula of this that’s dubbed BB Cream which I am curious to try out but I went the safer route and got the already beige shade.
Let’s take a look!
The Asian market has SPF and sun protection formulas perfected. Missha All Around Safe Block Essence Sun SPF45/PA+++ ($13.99) is proof positive that Asia makes a FAR better and superior sun protection base than anything you can get here in the US.
I typically prefer Japanese and Korean SPF myself due to their texture and ease of use. Anything I find here in the US is typically so greasy, heavy, and smells god awful.
Seriously, try out Missha All Around Safe Block Essence Sun and prepare to be delighted!
Missha Super Aqua Cell Renew Snail Cream might be the perfect solution to your Summer skincare. This weightless gel moisturizer doesn’t only hydrate skin but continues to provide moisture through the wear without feeling heavy, greasy, or making skin shine.
Oh yeah and it contains snail slime.
Missha has two new Signature Complexion Coordinating BB Creams that recently released in Korea. At some point I’m sure Missha US will get these but we’ll have to be patient until that time!
These are on the higher end of Missha’s collection as each is around $20 each (that’s pricey by Missha’s standards) however, they appear to be quite a luxurious BB Cream. They are available in a white (which adjusts to skin tones) and beige color variation with two different formulas.
Take a look!
Missha US just launched their new Super Aqua Cell Renew Snail Collection last week. I’ve been testing out the Missha Super Aqua Cell Renew Snail Sleeping Mask for several days now and I must say I do likey!
Take a look!