The balm applies with the fingers like a light lotion, needing a small amount of working in before settling down into the skin and easily evening out the skintone. As it provides sheer coverage, a small amount of concealer is needed to cover prominent blemishes or under eye circles, but I was impressed with the amount of colour correction achieved from such a lightweight formula. Nspa promise a 'post-spa facial glow' from this product and it doesn’t disappoint; it gives the appearance of healthy and hydrated skin that's perfect for those of us with dry patches, but may be a little much for oilier skins. This Beauty Balm is available in just one colour that's described as a light-natural-medium, a tiny bit dark for my naturally pale skin but perfect with a coat of self tan. I usually find one-colour-fits-all products to look slightly orange and unnatural on me, but the more sunkissed tones of this balm are impressive and give a definite healthy shade. If you're searching for the perfect summer BB Cream, then I would highly recommend trying out Nspa's formula for a healthy looking glow.
The Nspa Beauty Balm is available for £6.00 in-store exclusively at ASDA.
Written by Kirsty Paterson