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Does Pond’s White Beauty BB+ Cream cause acne?

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Does Pond’s White Beauty All-in-One BB+ Fairness Cream SPF 30 PA+++ cause acne? Is Pond’s White Beauty BB+ Fairness Cream SPF 30 PA+++ comedogenic or non-comedogenic? Is Pond’s White Beauty BB+ Fairness Cream SPF 30 PA+++ suitable for oily / combination / acne prone skin?

Category: Tags: asked April 20, 2013
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Pond’s White Beauty All-in-One BB+ Fairness Cream SPF 30 PA+++ has many good-for-acne-prone-skin ingredients right at the top of the ingredient list, meaning they are in there in ample amounts – zinc oxide and niacinamide being two of them. It also has skin soothing elements such as allantoin.

Overall, Pond’s White Beauty All-in-One BB+ Fairness Cream SPF 30 PA+++ looks like a safe option for oily / combination skin. For acne prone skin, potassium chloride, a highly pore-clogging substance (comedogenic) can create trouble, though it is somewhere down the ingredient list, so it may be less of a threat, given zinc oxide is also present in the formulation. 

Another ingredient, Iodopropynyl butylcarbamate is used as a preservative in cosmetic formulations. It is acutely toxic by inhalation and should not be used in products that can be aerosolized or inhaled. So try to keep Pond’s White Beauty All-in-One BB+ Fairness Cream SPF 30 PA+++ from entering the mouth or nasal membranes. Perhaps do not use it over the eyelids for the same reason.

Pond’s White Beauty All-in-One BB+ Fairness Cream SPF 30 PA+++ ingredients:

water, cyclopentasiloxane, ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate, titanium dioxide, zinc oxide, niacinamide, glyercin, dimethicone crosspolymer, potassium chloride, PEG-10 dimethicone, dicaprylyl carbonate, magnesium sulphate, triethoxycaprylylsilane, disteardimonium hectorite, stearic acid, palmitic acid, cholesterol, bisabolol, perfume, DMDM hydantoin, dimethicone, sucrose distearate, allantoin, tocoperyl acetate, disodium EDTA, butylene glycol, BHT,  iodopropynyl butylcarbamate, ginger root extract, coloring

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 April 20, 2013
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Oh I use this now – for some coverage and sunscreen when I dont feel like putting anything heavy on my face and yet want some scar coverage. It doesnt give a great coverage though – it`s medium and it fades after a while . It didnt break me out yet though and I like the yellow tone in the product. It matches my skintone.I started my foray into bb creams by the maybelline bb stick but it has crazy shades – too pink too brown. so. That didnt cause problems either. However I`m not too hopeful – If I find my skin reacting even a bit I`ll discontinue using them :P Thanks for the analysis though –
I thoroughly skingrediented it before buying it…and yes I thought maybe I can make it work. Let`s see. I find the coverage with skin benefits bit exhilarating instead of just makeup.

 July 23, 2013
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keepcalm if its not breaking u out,then it might be okay..but with these products they tend to clog pores overtime and cause breakouts..so watch out for that..dont let your hardwork and time go to waste..if u are not dusky tone ,try chambor foundation and compact they are oil free and cover is good..only three shades available..i bought it but tone didnt match..plus it has yellow tones instead of pink tones..so might suit u well..

 July 23, 2013