14 Mar 2017

Review: Banila Co It Radiant CC Cream SPF 30 PA++


Actually, I didn't want to write a full review on this at the first place. I planned to just include it in my yearly summary of my favourite and least favourite products without going into the details. But since 2016 has just passed, I think I will just review about it now than to wait for another 9 months. I promise you that this will be sweet and short.





Basically, Banila Co It Radiant CC Cream is one of the earliest CC creams that comes out in the market. The first trend is BB cream and I got to know it through Skin79. This later evolved into CC cream and DD cream. CC cream is said to be the skincare version of BB cream, which you can find out in the video below:


CC cream is much more hydrating than BB cream and will give the skin a natural radiant and dewy look. It is the predecessor of skin tone-up cream we see in the market nowadays.


The product comes in a convenient pump dispenser.


Here comes the tricky part... the texture. Actually, if you have good skin and do your moisturizing homework really well before applying this, you will really see tremendous improvements in your skin tone. Your skin will be a few tones brighter in a natural way.

BUT if you have pores concern or dry lines, then this will accentuate into those lines giving a cakey and powdery look that you won't like.

This stuff smells really nice and applying it feels quite heavenly but honestly unless if you have good skin already I don't think it is a high quality toning-up cream.


packaging: ★★★★
scent: ★★★★☆
texture: ★★
performance - coverage: ☆
performance - toning-up: ★★★★
performance - finish: ★★★ (depends on your skin condition)
general impression: ★★ (neither good nor bad; it only works on really good and hydrated skin)

You can get this from: Hermo | Banila Co Malaysia | Althea
[Disclaimer] This is NOT a sponsored review. Products are purchased with my own money. All copy right of contents and images in this article is strictly mine.
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