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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.
Like all of supergoop's other products this made me breakout1
I simply did not like this product. I will not buy it.1
Product did not go on evenly. Uneven skin tone and darker than indicated1
I have now tried multiple samples from this brand and each time it feels like it just sits on my skin and does not absorb.1
I didn't like the feeling after putting this on my face. I wouldn't purchase this1
it says I received this as a product but it never came in my box sorta bummed about it but what can i do1
I really hate getting SPF in my box. I do not use SPF ever! I only use oil! It is a waste of a sample in my opinion and it seems like the past 3 months at least one sample has been SPF!1
I like my CC creams to have a little more coverage. This was much too sheer for me. I like to have a little camouflage,this did not provide the coverage I need.1
do not use this product if you have fair skin. the light.medium is definitely more on the medium side and was way too dark for my skin tone.1
I do not use make up or foundation so when I read the label and it said this was "serum" I thought it was a moisturizer. I spread it on my face after washing and was kind of horrified to be covered in sticky goop. It took 3 washes, and rubbing with the little muslin washcloth that came in the box, to get it off. I'm surprised people use this?1