This product does contain Methyl Methacrylate, which set my face on fire two weeks ago, courtesy of a BB Cream from South Korea. Oddly, the MM in this product is much further down the list and doesn't seem to bother me. I can't explain it, but so far, so good.*
The Beautifying Beads are the same type of beads the react to your pH (I presume) and become the same color as your skin. Almay has had a foundation similar to this and others continue to crop up. While I'm not traditionally a fan of this type of foundation, I must say that it looks fairly gorgeous on the skin. It looks like the South Korean BB Cream I loved that set my face aflame, probably because it is full of plastic, silicone and parabens.
So if you want a pretty finish that looks like you aren't wearing much makeup but have been airbrushed and have perfect skin, this might be just right for you. If you have sensitive skin, I would be wary. I have yet to try the Youth Code version, but only because I am not made of money to test everything I want. When the right coupon presents itself, I'm certain I'll take it for a test drive and get back to you.
In the meantime, will you try this or pass?
* Yeah, scratch that. On day three, it set my face on fire, which is exactly what happened last time. When will I learn to read the labels? FYI, out of all of the BB Creams at Sephora with ingredients listed, NONE of them contain MM.
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