Stateside, Baby Skin is only available as a clear and colourless cream, while in Asia, it is also available in a pink tinted version with SPF (positioned to brighten skin), and in the UK it's available as a pale apricot version designed to blur signs of fatigue.
Compared to L’Oreal’s Miracle Blur and Avon Magix (original formula), Baby Skin is feels lighter on the skin, more hydrating and emoillent. In addition, it does a good job minimizing shine throughout the day. After using both products, I found Miracle Blur tends to leave me with flaky skin patches during the day, or even worse, the dreaded silicone pilling! Definitely prefer Baby Skin!
Overall, this product delivers on its claims of smoothing and blurring pores with pleasing aesthetics. It would be fab if it also had SPF.