If you're unfamiliar with BB cream, it's a hybrid between skin care and makeup. Each one does slightly different things, but Flower's version is designed to "smooth and soften skin, eliminate unwanted shine" and serve as a "primer, foundation and concealer in 1."
Flower's BB cream is available in four different shades, from light to dark. It has a slight yellow cast to it that may be a little worrisome at first. Personally, I have some redness that I like to cover, and the yellow tinge seemed to take care of that without leaving an unattractive cast.
The cream is really dry, so if you aren't careful, you can accidentally put too much on. Actually, I found that applying the BB cream with a makeup sponge gave me the best results.
Overall, I did like it, but it wasn't my favorite BB cream. I had decent coverage and didn't need additional concealer, but by the end of the day my skin felt oily.
At $12.98, this BB cream definitely won't break the bank, so it's worth a try to see if it will work for you. Flower Beauty's cosmetics are available exclusively at Walmart.
(I purchased Flower's BB Cream so I could try it. Opinions expressed are my own.)