Jane Iredale Glow Time BB Cream Review & Demo #FoundationFriday

Jane Iredale Glow Time BB Cream Review & Demo #FoundationFriday

The Jane Iredale Glow Time BB Cream has been on my “must-try” list for months. I finally picked up this cruelty-free foundation from Citrine Natural Beauty Bar a while ago, and couldn’t wait to do a Foundation Friday video using it. This is the first Jane Iredale product that I have tried, but I have heard a lot of great things about this cruelty-free and natural beauty brand. In this post, you can read my review of the Jane Iredale Glow Time BB Cream, and watch the Foundation Friday video where I demo this cruelty-free foundation and do check-ins throughout the day.

Claims: “Glow Time covers blemishes, minimizes pores, disguises wrinkles and smoothes and brightens skin. Our mineral-based formula nourishes your complexion and helps protect skin from UV and free radical damage.Grapefruit Extract promotes luminosity and skin radiance, minimizes appearance of pores and wrinkles, and may help to fade uneven pigmentation. Apple Extract is a skin-smoothing antioxidant that exfoliates, refines and rejuvenates the skin. Sunflower Seed Oil is rich in moisturizing vitamin E. Aloe Leaf Juice soothes and calms the skin.”

Ingredients: Aqua/Water/Eau, Cyclopentasiloxane, Dimethicone, Stearoxymethicone/Dimethicone Copolymer, Maltodextrin, Camellia Sinensis (White Tea) Leaf Extract, Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea) Leaf Extract, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Citrus Paradisi (Grapefruit) Fruit Extract, Citrus Aurantium Amara (Bitter Orange) Fruit Extract, PEG-10 Dimethicone, Glycerin, Pyrus Malus (Apple) Fruit Extract, Pectin, Chlorella Vulgaris/Lupinus Albus Protein Ferment, Sodium Ascorbate, Tocopherol, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Raphanus Sativus (Radish) Root Extract, Lecithin, Lonicera Caprifolium (Honeysuckle) Flower Extract (and) Lonicera Japonica (Honeysuckle) Flower Extract, Aluminum Hydroxide, Xanthan Gum, May Contain: Iron Oxides (CI 77489, CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499), Chromium Oxide Greens (CI 77288)

Pros: Full coverage. Natural finish. Oil-control but moisturizing formula. Cruelty-free brand. Vegan foundation formula.

Cons: None.

Is Jane Iredale cruelty-free? Yes. Jane Iredale is cruelty-free with vegan options.

Is the Jane Iredale Glow Time BB Cream vegan? Yes. The Jane Iredale Glow Time BB Cream is vegan.

Products used in this video: ELF Poreless Face Primer100% Pure All Over Glow in Lightly Sun Kissed, Jane Iredale Glow Time BB Cream, MOTD Beauty & The Base Brush (Get 10% off & free shipping on orders over $50 with code TASHINA), beautyblender pro100% Pure 2nd Skin ConcealerCover FX Cream Contour Kit100% Pure Concealer BrushWet’n’Wild Large Concealer Brush (As of May 2019, Wet n Wild is sadly no longer cruelty-free. You can read more about it in this post – Is Wet n Wild Cruelty-Free?)RCMA No Color Powder, MOTD Set & Go BrushAnastasia Beverly Hills Contour KitMOTD Supermodel Sculpt BrushMilani Luminoso BlushMOTD Get Cheeky With It BrushELF Baked Eyeshadow in Enchanted, EcoTools Brush (Unavailable. Similar brush.), Anastasia Beverly Hills Lip Gloss in ButterscotchStyli-Style Go To Gloss in Peach Out (use code TASHINA for 15% off), Silk Naturals Plenty of Peaches Palette

The Verdict: The Jane Iredale Glow Time BB Cream is probably my new favorite foundation. This cruelty-free foundation goes on gorgeously, has full-coverage, a lovely natural finish, and wears extremely well throughout the day. It applied well with a brush and a sponge and I love how moisturizing it feels. Outside of this video, I have used the Jane Iredale Glow Time BB Cream with other primers, powders, and face products and in call cases it has worn really well and stayed looking gorgeous all day. I’m really impressed and can’t wait to try other cruelty-free Jane Iredale products.

Have you tried the Jane Iredale Glow Time BB Cream before? What did you think of it?

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(6) Comments

  1. hi, i just found your website, i am obsessed with finding the perfect foundation. i used to use chanel in beige, and left it because they sell in china and do animal testing, then i went to It cosmetics and they sold out, then i tried toofaced and they sold out. i love chantecaille, but i am not sure if they are 100% cruelty free and most recently i tried 100% second skin – which i find tooo thick, but i like except i bought a shade makes me look way tooo peachy.. i am interested if you have any suggestions…. what do you think?

  2. Hi Tashina,
    Do you think the shade BB3 is suitable for someone with fair complexion & cool undertone (around NW13-15ish)? I heard the BB1 is somehow ashy and might be too pale for NW13 ish (i heard it’s geared towards NC/NW 5-7ish).
    Also, how much of this JI BB Cream do you use usually? Is pea-sized amount enough to cover the whole face?

  3. Loving this series! I’m still trying to find a medium-full coverage base to replace my beloved BECCA aqua luminous foundation, which is the only vegan foundation that really worked on my super dry skin. Can you think of any dewy medium-full coverage foundations that are similar? I’d try this one out, but I’m always afraid to try anything with a “velvety” finish. My skin really doesn’t produce any oil at all lol. Thanks for working so hard on this blog and channel, you really save us all a lot of research.

    1. I would give the 100% Pure 2nd Skin Foundation a try! It’s really nice and the formula is similar. It’s not quite as full coverage as the Aqua Luminous, but you can layer it and get similar coverage.

  4. Does the Jane Iredale bb cream replace morning moisturizer? Thanks.

    1. I think it would depend on your skin type. It’s very hydrating and nourishing, but I still like to use a moisturizer under it.

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