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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.
The idea behind this CC cream is wonderful- who doesn't need the perfect amount of sun protection (SPF 40!!), correcting of daily blemishes, and lightweight enough for a day at the beach. Sadly, the 'self-adjusting' shade did not self adjust. It looked like I dunked my face in bronzer, not matter how little (or much) I put on, it was a distinct wrong shade. Very dissapointed2
Granted, I have very fair skin but I received the "fair" CC cream in my July box and gave it a try. Sadly it was far too orange a a bit thicker than I would have liked. I won't be purchasing this product.2
overrated, thick consistency, the light-medium is very orange. disappointed. better off with something from the drugstore or if you're going to pay this much, go with juice, 100% pure, or coola.2
My idea of a tinted lotion is that it goes on thin to correct whatever you have going on, but to also look natural. This was too thick and felt very fake. It was like I was looking at someone else's face.2
I'm not one for a foundation so I may not be the best when it comes to a review. Personally, I thought it was thick, the color didn't match up to my skin, it looked fake.
It's a cool idea to put one of these is our box, however mine was wayyyy too dark for me! that's my only problem with it.2
I do prefer lighter coverage and I love the more recent BB creams and CC creams but this particular one is not my favorite so far. It is very thick in consistency which I had trouble applying but one I had the product worked up a bit it blended in really nicely. However about an hour after applying it started practically running into my eyes. I have a combination oily to normal skin with my forehead being my problem zone. The cream would probably work wonders for someone with dry skin or someone who likes a dewy finish and that's just not me.2
Let me just preface this with the fact that I received this as a sample in one of my boxes, so I was only able to give it two partial days of use.
My skin does not like change; it takes at least a week of use for it to adjust to new products, *especially* moisturizers, foundations, BB creams, or CC creams. So, I don't know if the awful breakout I had was a result of switching up my beauty routine for two days or if it was the Goop itself, but I would be very hesitant to purchase this product without a significantly larger sample.
Also, in order to go from work to a date, I had to clean my face and put on my normal primer/foundation because this product settled into my fairly oily/porous complexion and looked kinda cakey.
I really wanted to like this stuff, but again- I couldn't actually test it because there just wasn't enough in the sample to get a good feel for it. I would not suggest this to people who have a hard time adjusting to new facial products or who have sensitive/oily/acne prone complexions; it is too expensive to buy full size as a trial.
This wouldn't be the best suggestion for someone who needs more coverage during the day, but doesn't want to have to layer a ton of products.2
This left my face super oily after use. Also, the sample was very light.2