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Monday, January 13, 2014

NEW Neutrogena Visibly Even BB Cream SPF30

Attention BB Cream fans! Have you seen this yet?
image source: Neutrogena.com
NEW Neutrogena Visibly Even BB Cream SPF30 
(retail: $15.99, 1.7 oz)

Exciting, right? Neutrogena has had a BB Cream in Asian countries for a while now (Neutrogena Fine Fairness BB Cream SPF19) but this is the first US BB Cream I've ever seen from them!

The new Visibly Even BB Cream SPF30 comes in two shades: Fair to Light and Light to Medium.

Neutrogena® Visibly Even® BB Cream helps to brighten skin and minimize the look of discolorations, dark spots, blotchiness and blemish marks for flawless, even-looking skin in 4 weeks.  
This tinted light-weight, non-greasy moisturizer contains Essential Soy® to visibly reduce blotchiness and discoloration as well as minimize the look of dark spots. Natural light diffusers immediately reflect light and help reveal radiant, healthy-looking skin. When used with other sun protection measures, the Broad Spectrum SPF 30 helps prevent future signs of discoloration caused by the sun. 
Click here, scroll down and click DRUG FACTS to see view the full list of ingredients.

I noticed that this product is already on the Target website (it's $14.99 at Target) so I'm sure it's just a matter of time before we start to see it everywhere where Neutrogena is sold. Also, we all know that Neutrogena constantly goes on sale at the drugstores, so we'll never have to pay full price if we play our cards right.

I am very excited to try this one for a few reasons: 1) I love Neutrogena 2) It's not every day you see a drugstore BB Cream with SPF30 and 3) I have discoloration/spots that I would like to reduce.

Are you interested in trying Neutrogena's first (US) BB Cream? Have you spotted it in your area yet?

13 COMMENTS:

  1. I bet this is a good one. I'm in!

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  2. I saw this the other day at my CVS. It was in the skincare aisle. Definitely considering it!

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  3. looks good enough to try.. breaking my own no combi product rule :P

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  4. Oooo...this looks VERY promising!! I used to love their Healthy Skin TM so I definitely want to try this out.

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  5. Nice information thanks for sharing.

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  6. Sigh... Even the company's description calls it a Tinted Moisturizer so I wonder how much coverage it has... Probably as little as most TMs have, and nothing like what a real BB should have... :(

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  7. I'm interested, once I use up some of the other products I have!

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  8. I saw this today at Ulta and almost used my $5 off any $10 purchase coupon. But, I saw that NYX had a BB cream and went for that instead.

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  9. *sigh* Once again, no love for brown skin tones. I really should be used to it at this point.

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  10. I'm wondering just how much coverage this provides, since even Neutrogena calls it a Tined Moisturizer... and we'll have to see if the fair-to-light is light enough. So far, none of their foundations/tinted products have been light enough for me.

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  11. Gig thanks G! Ladies, BB Creams or Blemish Balm were never ment to provide much coverage if not reduce the appearance of the blemishes, i.e. discoloration while providing good ingredientes to do away with the blemishes or reduce them. I love my BB Creams and I been using them for a while now. I started with Asian brands. However, I do use them in addition to moisturizer almost as a primer under my medium coverage foundation. In the summer alone. Try them this way...you may love them. :0) MY 2 CENTS WORTH.....

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