*Whitening, Anti-wrinkle, Hydration*
'Formulated to refine uneven skin tone and enhance skin's natural beauty color and for intensive skin care, this unique formula provides plenty of moisture and nourishment to leave skin hydrated for smoother and clear looking skin as well as help dull skin bright(en) and radiant that will bring out your natural beauty'.
1. CC means 'color correction' that brings out natural balance of skin tone for a more youthful and glowing complexion.
2. It is a kind of BB cream that is designed to help make up appear natural which will bring out a more natural beauty.
3. Contains micro color capsules to reveal a clear and healthy complexion and it is free of parabens, talc and mineral oils.
Arbutin- to supress production of melanin which causes freckles and discoloration.
Niacinamide- for whitening, moisturising and cell renewal.
Bifida fermentation solution- a beneficial bacteria that increases oxygen supply to the skin.
Hyaluronic acid- enhances skin moisture and elasticity.
Impressive claims, however there is no mention of SPF! SPF is a must for Australian conditions, so take note to wear sunscreen underneath this.
The product came in a special '1950s' vintage edition box and tube. From my understanding, the 1950s were all about retro, colorful and funky fashion- think Grease the movie! That sense of fun does not translate into the packaging for this product which is quite modern in its monochrome, shiny and sleek design. Don't get me wrong, I'm a fan of minimalistic design, I'm just confused as to why this was marketed as a 1950s special edition! Confusion aside, the tube itself is functional and expensive feeling. The product dispenses through a hygienic tapered nozzle, and as it's a squeeze tube, you can be sure that no product will be wasted at the end of it's days.
However...[there's a twist! Read on!]
Proof in Pictures
|I always think my skin is in alright condition until I take these awful macro shots :(. Oh the things I do for visual evidence!|
|Note the patchy finish due to the CC cream being too light for my skin.|
|See how beautifully the light diffuses!|