Here are the reviews as promised:
The Aloe Sun BB cream (shown on the left) contains aloe to hydrate and soothe your skin and is recommended for acne-prone and sensitive skins. Compared to the Gingko BB cream, the texture is slightly runnier which makes it easier to blend. It also has SPF20 to protect your skin from harmful UV rays but other than that, I do not see much of a difference between this and the Gingko Green.
As for the Mushroom Multi Care BB Cream (shown on the right), it is definitely my favorite out of the three! It contains aloe and mushroom extract, adenosine, arbutin and SPF 20 to help whiten and slow down the aging process for a brighter, more radiant complexion. It is recommended for mature skin and dull complexions. Like the Aloe Sun, the texture of this one is more runny and it feels very hydrating. It feels very light, almost like one of those watery moisturizers but gets absorbed into my skin instantly. My skin just glows after I put this on but I do not ever get oily on my t-zone when I use this. The smell of this one is also stronger than the other two but that does not bother me.
In terms of coverage, they are both similar to the Gingko Green BB cream. Coverage is sheer but it does help even out my skin. Almost half of my redness and undereye circles were gone with a dime-sized amount. I still need concealer under my eyes if I want to cover them up completely and my freckles would show through but that is totally fine with me.
Again, both the Aloe Sun and Mushroom Multi Care BB creams come in two colors which tend to be on the light side. #1 is the lightest shade and is great for a brightening effect or those with pale skin. #2 is slightly darker and would work for light to medium skin. Below is a swatch of the two shades that I found online:
Click here for my review of the Skinfood Gingko Green BB cream.