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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 enjoy CC and BB creams, but this one was difficult to work into the skin and very light. I am pale and it was too light for me.2
This product was okat at first, but I felt like it left my face feeling greasy.2
I haven't been using a "liquid" product regularly for a number of years, even though I don't really have much in the way of fines lines, these products really find and amplify them. I wish any Supergoop products for me but they just don't and I hate giving them poor reviews just because my skin doesn't agree with them.2
wrong shade for my skin, not to mention I never use foundation, cover sticks, or tinted moisturizers. Should edit my preferences!2
I like the brand supergoop as it is very good quality. It is a little expensive. I like to add BB and CC cream to my foundation more in the summertime when I am actually outside. This CC cream is very thick and difficult to mix with foundation.2
First off - birchbox... No way on earth am I a light/medium. I put this product on and immediately had to take it off again because I looked like an oompa-loompa. That's a first for me with birchbox. But the tone was really orange and I doubt it would have looked good even if my skin was darker... The formula seemed fine, I just could not get over the color.2
This product left my skin feeling a heavy. I noticed when I was wearing it and I thought it was too thick and did not blend easily2
I didn't find that this CC cream covered enough to be considered a CC cream in my book.2
The sample size is unbelievably small! Not sure if it was dried out but it wasn't creamy. The color was weird and I have fair skin so that seemed odd also.2
I like the idea of this product. Replace my usual foundation with an SPF product - sounds great! Unfortunately, this just wasn't enough coverage for my face as far as make-up goes. Of course I don't want pancake make-up, but this was more like I wasn't wearing anything at all, and the color it did give me washed me out.2