I have been using baby creams for 4 years and have tried quite a number of brands. I have to say people with oily skin (like me), apply baby cream somehow only serves as a spf agent + blemish cover + giving your face a glow. In terms of oil control, not very positive. No matter how the product claims that it is oil-free, make-up artistes tell me that baby-cream in general are not suitable for oily skin.
But I still use cause I lazy to buy spf, concealer, then apply cream foundation still need to finish off with loose powder -_-.
FaceShop (Green colour tube ):
Pros: Nice smell, easy to spread, affordable
Cons: Minimal coverage for blemishes, turns oily after a while
Pros: damn cheap,very easy to spread,above average coverage.
In general I have to say this is a good product. BUT, if you have visible pores or big pores, you will find the baby cream clogging your pores to make your face feel smooth (no holes cux filled up with the baby cream). If you look really closely to the mirror you can see it. Personally I feel that it is clogging my pores (psychologically) so I stopped using haha
OMG, dont'T USE IT! I am a fair skinned person and even after I apply, my face like pontiahnak. DAMNNN WHITE. And somehow after applying it can see pimples being covered by a layer or cream instead of concealing it. But have to admit, best smelling baby cream definitely goes to this
Can find in watsons, purple tube. Currently using this because dont't want to waste. Takes more time to spread evenly but gives a subtle glow to my face. Looks pinkish . And reasonable coverage also! Affordable too!
the next brand i am going to try will be either Dr. Jart or the one from Kiehls.
PS: I am fair skinned so results may vary for tanner skin! My mum is more towards tann and the baby cream she has been sticking on for years is the one from faceshop.
Also, from my personal experience, baby cream not really suitable to cover undereye area. Somehow makes your eyes look even duller/purplish. So would recommend all lovely mummies and readers to buy a concealer one tone lighter than your skin tone.