Review: Etude House Total Age Repair Wrinkle Reduce Royal BB Cream

I am an avid fan of Blemish Balm Cream or commonly known as BB Cream. When I went to the mall last Friday to buy one, unfortunately my favorite Etude House Precious Mineral BB Cream Cotton Fit is sold out. It has been sold out for months already and I was not happy about it. I asked if they will restock it soon, they said yes but they can't tell when. Instead of waiting, I asked and looked for an alternative BB Cream similar to the cotton fit that I've been using regularly.
I found this Total Age Repair Wrinkle Reduce Royal BB Cream with SPF 45/PA+++, it has an elegant maroon and gold packaging which struck me the most because I've been fascinated with different shades of red. I was a bit hesitant but reading the "Total Age Repair" and "Wrinkle Reduce" benefit that it can do to your skin, why not give it a shot? 
(left is the BB Cream swatch - right when blended)

This BB Cream has two shades, the Natural Beige and the Light Beige. When my skin was fair, I normally use the Light Beige, since I got a little bit tanned after summer, I think Natural Beige will work for me now. This BB Cream has a special formula to nourish and preserve youthful looking complexion that moisturizes your skin at the same time. This special formula is the Immortelle Flowers and Royal Jelly that supplies anti-wrinkle and and brightening foundation coverage with UV protection. It's regenerative components helps slow down aging and also helps repair damaged skin from the harmful heat of the sun. A much needed BB Cream for my face since I'm not getting any younger anymore. If you're on the late 20's like me, I highly recommend the anti-aging creams and products that slows down the appearance of wrinkles. I've used this twice already and tbh, I'm loving it.

Now here's a selfie using my new discovery, the Etude House Total Age Repair Wrinkle Reduce Royal BB Cream. I like how it makes my skin moisturized, soft and not cakey after application. The Natural Shade looks good on my skin tone now and I think I'm buying it again when it's already empty. Price is Php1,198 and you can buy it in Watson's beauty section or in any Etude House Philippines store. Check their store branches HERE.

Thanks for the view. <3


  1. Can you tell me which shade is on your hand, Light or Natural? I would like to try this BB but I'm not sure about the shade.My perfect match is Missha Signature 21.I am fair and cool undertone. In MAC NW 13-15

    1. That shade is natural. For your skin tone, I suggest a light beige shade. 😘


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