Firstly I have to say sorry to No7 I misplaced my parcel and only found it about two weels ago, so there has been a delay but I have been loving No7 recently. BB creams are taking the beauty world by storm, with what seems like another brand launching one every few weeks, standing for blemish balm the formula helps to fight off blemishes whilst moisturising, illuminating and evening your complexion. Though the coverage is light, you can build it somewhat so somewhere between a tinted moisturiser and a foundation is where I would put it. Described on the Boots site by No 7 as "Take off those winter layers and reveal your outer beauty this spring with new BB Cream. Its unique 4-in-1 formula evens and enhances skin tone and disguises imperfections, while the nutrient-enriched formula helps to banish blemishes. And with the protective power of SPF15 and 5★ UVA technology to help skin stay youthful, BB Cream is the only way to wear this season’s must-have essential – perfectly pared back, beautiful skin." No 7 have launched their version in two colours (light & medium) and two skin type formulas, this is the normal/dry but I have also been loving the normal/oily formula too for hotter days when I know I need more help controlling shine. This feels lovely on the skin and very easy to apply, the thick cream is one of a foundation but you will need concealer if you have any imperfections to conceal, overall leaving your skin dewy and even. If you are looking for a product to give your skin a healthy look and feel, without having to use extra products them BB creams are the way to go, as you don't necessarily have to apply moisturiser, primers etc if you just want to perk your face up without all the faff. From all the different brands that I have been trying this is one of only two that have managed to become a staple in my cosmetics bag.
Available at No 7 counters in Boots stores or online here!
Priced at £12.95 it is certainly great value for the quality.