The BB Stick which I got in the shade Light/Fair has SPF 35 and offers UVA and UVB protection, which is greatly appreciated since I mostly wear BB creams in the summertime when I want something quick, long-lasting, with light to medium coverage, and that feels super lightweight. The fact that this doesn't make me look like an oily mess by the end of the day is just the cherry on top. As opposed to the Lioele BB Cream which comes in a tube and has a liquid consistency, this one comes in roller stick form and is very creamy, yet not cakey or heavy-feeling. When I first saw the colour of the packaging, which resembles the shade of the actual cream, I was sure it would be too yellow-toned for me (as most Asian face products are), but surprisingly it was a perfect match. I did develop a bit of a tan but hopefully it holds up for a few more months so that I can get as much use out of it as possible before I become very fair again. What also really impressed me is that there is the actual date of production and expiry on their products, which is very uncommon in America as companies only have to indicate the number of months that is recommended the products be used up in.
|Applied - light coverage, no more redness|
Not only does Omorose offer great products, but they also support a good cause by offering job opportunities to the disabled community in their native country of Malaysia. Their products contain only natural preservatives and are all paraben and cruelty-free, not to mention they offer quick and affordable shipping worldwide. If you are looking for a new Asian cosmetic brand, I would highly recommend you give Omorose a try.
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