Bell Hypoallergenic Anti Redness Primer Review

Sometime late last year, I got some products from Bell Hypoallergenic Cosmetics to try. Bell Hypoallergenic is a brand from Poland. All of their products are formulated with sensitive skin in mind. They have everything from primers to foundations to eye palettes, highlighters, lipsticks, and more. Everything is dermatologist and ophthalmologist-approved. The best part is, prices are very reasonable.

Bell HypoallergenicsThe Bell Hypoallergenics Anti Redness Primer (P999) immediately caught my eye. I have naturally ruddy skin so I always go for yellow-based face makeup to tone it down.

Bell HypoallergenicsAs you can see the primer is green. Green tones negate reds so this is exactly what I need to tone down and even out my face’s natural redness.

Bell HypoallergenicsAfter my skincare routine, I applied the primer all over my face, focusing on the sides of my nose, cheeks, and forehead.

Bell HypoallergenicsThen I applied all my usual makeup products — specifically BB Cushion, blush, and highlighter for the face. I quite like the result.

What I like about the Bell Hypoallergenic Anti Redness Primer:

  • The primer goes on smoothly and is lightweight. That said, it’s compatible with our humid climate.
  • It does a good job of toning down redness and evening out my complexion.
  • Skin is prepped nicely for all the other makeup products that follow.
  • It didn’t cause any negative reactions and more importantly, no clogged pores.

Downside? It does come out to P1k so it’s not as cheap as drugstore brands. I do however, find the price reasonable. Most of the primers I’ve used cost more than P1k so yes, it’s still all good.

Bell Hypoallergenic products are available at Watsons and SM Beauty stores. You can also purchase online from https://www.beautybeat.ph.

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3 Comments

  • Reply Cris Vergara January 3, 2019 at 10:48 pm

    Ang pretty mo po Ms. Rowena sa unang photo may mga redness pa after applying nabawasan nga ung ibang red sa face po ninyo. May natry na din po ba kayong primer na maganda pero mura lang po?

    • Reply Rowena Wendy Lei January 4, 2019 at 11:03 am

      I think the cheapest primer I’ve tried is the one from L’oreal. Not really a fan because it had way too much silicone.

  • Reply Ronah January 7, 2019 at 6:07 pm
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