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We absolutely love our BB creams, but this next-generation CC cream takes corrective coverage to the next level. More lightweight than its prequel and easier to blend, the fragrance-free formula acts as both a primer and a foundation. It smooths fine lines and uneven skin and provides SPF protection (against UVA, UVB, and infrared-A rays). And light-diffusing mica minerals soften the appearance of pores and wrinkles for a fresh, flawless complexion. Plus, this all-in-one velvety cream comes in a range of self-adjusting shades to suit a variety of skin tones.
i got this sample before and i wasnt all that happy since the sample size was so small2
I've tried numerous foundations; creams, powders, sprays, the works. I have never found one that appeared smooth to me and was hoping this one might be different. Unfortunately, the coverage is similar to all the rest and I think no foundation looks better.2
I didn't see any difference between this product and a BB cream. The color is so light it may as well not be there. This one won't be in my shopping bag.2
I liked the product and the way it felt and looked on my face. Right now, I have another product that I use and am happy with, but may purchase this one in the future!2
This cream was less greasy than other CC creams I have tried. Other than that it was alright but I personally prefer BB cream2
Super goop is less greasy then other CC creams than I have tried which is a plus. Other than that I really do not think it is that special and I prefer BB cream.2
I didn't make a difference. The color was pointless, but it is always nice having extra SPF.2
Small disclaimer: I was sent a light to medium sample, and my skin, while not fish belly pale, is definitely light, so this was just a touch too dark for me, which affected my ability to properly assess it. That out of the way, this is basically a tinted moisturizer with sunscreen, which is just not a product I have any use for at all. I don't use sunscreen unless I'm gong to be in the sun all day, and I will either not wear anything more than moisturizer, or I'll wear proper foundation. I have products in both of those categories that I am entirely happy with, so there's just no space for something like Supergoop in my routine. All that said, it's probably not a terrible product. Its texture is very smooth and not at all oily, at least at first, so I liked that a lot, but I felt like it accentuated the fine lines on my forehead a bit, and left my skin looking too shiny after a few hours. Also, I've had more breakouts than I'd like this month, but it's also been a very stressful month, so new products may not necessarily be to blame. In any case, this one came down on the lower side of indifference for me.2
I really was hoping I would like this sample, but I had multiple problems with it. My primary problem was the color, or rather what the color did after it had been on my skin a while. It looked light enough at first, but within an hour had oxidized on my skin and became two shades too dark to look right on me. My second problem was that the ingredient list included dimethicone, and I hate finding this in anything I'm going to apply to skin or hair. It creates the artificial appearance of healthier, smoother skin and hair. I'm not convinced its good for the body at all. The last problem relates to the dimethicone, I think. When I tried to apply anything else that overlapped the CC cream, I got pilling. It looked and felt like the CC cream was coming off in little clumps. Just not for me.2
I really wanted to like this product, but I noticed after I wore it for a while it turned orange on my skin.2