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Official description
Organic BB Creme. All-In-One Foundation, Moisturiser, And UV Protection
La Mav Organic BB Crème is the ultimate multi-tasker and must have product for your makeup bag. Not only the perfect colour balancing makeup base, La Mav Organic BB Crème also provides an anti-ageing remedy and natural protection from the sun all whilst leaving your skin feeling smooth, radiant and hydrated. Reduce your daily makeup routine down to one highly effective product that is easy to apply and very affordable. La Mav BB Crème is perfect for those with hypersensitive skin, or conditions such as Rosacea, Eczema and Acne.

Infused with Vitamin C and Rosehip Oil La Mav Organic BB Crème treats the skin’s impurities whilst also providing anti-ageing benefits and nourishment for long lasting results. Apply La Mav Organic BB Crème daily on top of your La Mav moisturizer for a noticeably flawless and radiant complexion. Use it alone, or for best results, combine it with our Anti-Ageing Mineral Foundation with SPF15 and our Mattifying Powder. Tip: mix with your daily moisturiser for a lighter tint if desired!

Where to buy
From LaMav Organic Skin Science – You get a 50mL pump bottle for $39.95 USD.

• Apply a small amount to clean skin.
• Blend gently with fingertips for even coverage. Suitable for all skin tones and types.
• Mix with your La Mav moisturiser if a lighter shade is preferred

The bottle comes in a cardboard box that has company and product information on it. The BB Creme comes in a white pump bottle with a silver snap on cap. The pump is white. The bottle has product and company information on it.

Scent and formula
It’s a thick kind of cream feeling formula. It smells like soy beans. I don’t know what to say about the shade since it’s several shades darker than I am.

*Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Juice, Titanium Dioxide, *Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, *Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil, *Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil, *Glycerin, Cetearyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Stearate Citrate, Cetearyl Olivate, Sorbitan Olivate, Iron Oxides (CI77492), Tocopherol, Cetearyl Glucoside, Glyceryl Caprylate, Iron Oxides (CI77491), Mica, Iron Oxides (CI77499), Sodium Anisate, *Vanilla Planifolia Fruit Extract, Glycine Soja (Soybean) Oil, *Rosa Eglentaria (Rosehip) Seed Oil, Sodium Hyaluronate, Hippophae Rhamnoides Seed Oil, Alcohol, Ubiquinone, Ascorbic Acid, Aqua, Cucumis Sativus [Cucumber] Fruit Extract, Malpighia Glabra [Acerola] Fruit Extract, Tin Oxide, Terminalia Ferdinandiana (Kakadu Plum) Fruit Extract, Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract, *Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract.

* designates an Australian certified organic ingredient

As you can see from the photos this BB cream is way too dark for me. It’s a good BB Cream. It blends out well with a beauty sponge. I found that blended it with my hands or a brush left streaks or patchy areas. It has good coverage and it feels okay on the skin. It does have a strong smell though and it smells like soy beans. La Mav Organic Skin Science is an organic skin care company from Australia. They are cruelty free as well.

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I see people asking what bb creams are all of the time. So hopefully this is helpful. I’ve been using bb creams exclusively since last year. I’ll never go back to a regular foundation ever again. ^.~ This is taken from the BB Cream wiki page:

BB cream, also known as Beblesh Balm, is a cosmetic item sold mainly in East and Southeast Asia, although larger beauty brands are increasingly introducing BB creams to Western markets as well. Originally formulated in Germany by dermatologist Dr. Christine Schrammek in the 1950s, the cream was initially used to protect skin after laser procedures and surgery, while also providing light coverage.

Introduced to South Korea and Japan in the 1980s, BB cream has been named “the secret of Korean actresses” and has been heavily endorsed by Korean celebrities, which gained it large exposure in these Asian markets.

BB creams come in a variety of different formulations and qualities mainly perceived as being anti-inflammatory and having a soothing effect. As companies focused initially on the East Asian market, BB creams have a limited number of hues. Due to its “multi-tasking” all-in-one properties — moisturizer, primer, foundation, and sunblock — the cream became a hit in Asia, especially in South Korea, where BB creams make up 13% of the cosmetics market. Moreover, the cream is also used by men in South Korea.


I have four bb creams(or beblesh balms) for you. I have Lohashill Rose Girl BB Cream, Holika Holika Moisture Petit BB, The Oriental Gold BB Cream and The Oriental Gold BB Cream Plus. I currently really like the Petit BB and The Oriental Gold BB Cream Plus. They blend better on my face than the other two. BB creams were originally made to help heal the skin. They’re like a glorified tinted moisturizer. You can find info about bb creams here. Time for swatch photos. Yaaay.

Photos were taken indoors under a daylight bulb. Swatched over bare skin.



BB cream charts! I managed to find a couple of skinfood bb creams and a skin79 bb cream off eBay for a combined total of $20. All from different sellers too. Woot! Anyways I ordered Red Bean[1. affiliate links] and Ginkgo Green BB Creams from Skinfood and of course my Diamond Collection Crystal Pearl BB Cream from Skin79. I’m doing comparisons of the three because these are the three I have in full-size tubes. I’m actually very happy with all three. They all match my skin-tone extremely well and all bring something different to the table. Crystal Pearl is a dewy/shimmery bb cream. Red Bean is hydrating for dry/rough skin, and Ginkgo Green is full of nutrients for skin correction and protection. Red Bean is really moisturizing and doesn’t make the oily areas on my face more oily. It’s super great for my cheeks because my cheeks tend to get super dry. The Ginkgo Green works the best on my forehead/nose where I get oily as it seems to actually keep it from getting too oily. The Crystal Pearl isn’t too dewy so it works great all over my face, however it also works well if I just want a tiny bit of highlight in certain areas. It comes with a highlighter on the lid which is super shimmery, so I tend to use it sparingly. So far between all the samples and these, these match my skin-tone the best. However, fear not! For I have a small obsession and will be trying other brands of bb creams for comparison. Blended swatches on the back of my hand weren’t completely blended in, blended swatches on my arm were. :d Comparison #1 and #2.


I had ordered some Skin79 Crystal Pearl BB cream and Rose Mist Toner off eBay not too long ago and they finally came today. Along with both of those products I got 2 samples each of their Super Plus Triple Functions pink label BB cream and VIP Gold Super Plus BB cream. I used the VIP Gold today which you can see on my fotd post here. While I really liked the formula, I think it’s a little too dark and too pink for me which you can see in the swatches. I’m pretty sure the Super Plus pink label will be the same way. The Crystal Pearl that I actually ordered however looks like it will match really well. The Crystal Pearl bb cream also has a built in highlighter in the lid, which is gorgeous. :d I’ll most likely be using it tomorrow.

I love the Rose Mist Toner. I used it just before I applied my bb cream today. It had a mild cooling effect on my skin and definitely moisturized. So far my skin hasn’t dried out, which it’s prone to do over the course of the day. It’s worse with powder foundation, so I have a feeling this will be amazing with my Bokeh Face foundation as it tends to make my cheeks a little dry even with grapeseed oil. Which I didn’t use before applying my makeup today! So here are swatches of these 3 bb creams! I think I have a bb cream addiction. I blame Andrea. Oh and you can see my previous Skin79 bb cream post here, and face shots here and here.


Grapeseed Oil
Skin79 Super+ Triple Functions Whitening UV Protecting SPF 25 Wrinkle Free Beblesh Balm

Concrete Minerals Electric Eye Primer
High Voltage Cosmetics Party Like A Rockstar
High Voltage Cosmetics Rising Star
E.L.F. Waterproof Eyeliner Pen Ash
Bare Escentuals Buxom Lash Blackest Black

Shiro Cosmetics Intertube Over 9000

I used todays bb cream on its own as well. I’m impressed that these don’t dry my skin out at all. I think todays bb cream was a little too pink but it blended well and covered well. I think next time I’ll try my green primer under this.


Grapeseed Oil
Diamond Collection The Prestige Beblesh Balm BB Cream

Concrete Electric Eye Primer
My Pretty Zombie
Bare Escentuals Buxom Lash Blackest Black

essence xxxl shine lipgloss super girl #05

So today I decided to wear bb cream a lone. It covered pretty well. It was enough to cover my under-eye circles and almost covered the blue vein above my eye. It matched my skin tone pretty well. So tomorrow shall be day 3 of my bb cream use and I’ll use the last sample I have. My mom quickly stole one of my tubes to try. xd So I only have 3 instead of 4 now. It’s nice to know I can wear a lighter coverage if I feel like skipping my foundation and being lazy. hehe It was a simple face day. hehe


So uh I may have created a new addiction. I’m seriously loving the BB creams I got. I know there are several brands out there and these are the first I’ve tried. So my question is, if you use BB creams what is your favorite? I really, really like the pearl bb cream in the sample set. I think by itself it could be too shiny/sparkley/twilight vampirey for me but under my Bokeh Face foundation it’s beautiful. Today I used the Prestige Beblesh Balm by itself. The coverage was nice but not quite enough. It did blend and match my skin tone pretty well though. Though now I just want to collect every brand and tube/bottle/thinger of BB cream I can find to try.

To add to my post the other day about the garbage disposal, it appears that the electrical socket works fine. I forgot to turn the switch on. xd Derp. While staring at the sink wondering how this could have possibly happened I noticed that the switch was off, then a thought occurred to me… “Huh I wonder if I turned the switch on when I tried the mixer… Let’s see! Oh hey look, it DOES work when you do it right. Duh” yep. I’m brilliant. So we just need to replace the garbage disposal, which won’t be happening any time soon. Also Kai and Kinon got the caulking for the floor/tub and didn’t get a caulking gun because they thought the giant tubes were disposable…. LOL >.<


After seeing some swatches from the Skin79 Beblesh Balm BB Cream set I had to get it. I found the sample set on eBay for under $10. It arrived today and I quickly swatched it on my underarm to see how it was on my skin. They’re all pretty close to my skin tone unblended, still a little darker, blended you can’t tell where one starts and my skin begins. My favorite though was the pearl bb cream so I used that under my foundation today. LOVE it! Even under my foundation my face still looks dewy and pretty. I shall try the others later. :d Also excuse my still wet hair/bangs. xd I took a shower right before. The set included:

  1. Super+ Whitening UV Protecting SPF 25 Wrinkle Improvement Beblesh Balm BB Cream
  2. Super+ Triple Functions Whitening UV Protecting SPF 25 Wrinkle Free Beblesh Balm BB Cream
  3. Diamond Collection The Prestige Beblesh Balm BB Cream
  4. Diamond Collection Pearl Luminous Beblesh Balm BB Cream

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