Brand Name: CLINIQUE
Skin type: All
Overall Rating: 3.8/5
- Comes in a beautiful peach pink shade with a silver cap
- Packaging was the number 1 reason why I got attracted to this CC cream
- Product is dispensed through a slim nozzle that offers control
What I like about CLINIQUE MOISTURE SURGE CC CREAM?
- Natural coverage
- Cover blemishes
- Lasts a decent amount of time
- Great for already flawless skin that doesn’t have much to cover
- Keeps skin hydrated
- Does not accentuate dryness
- Instantly color corrects as it claims
- Does not cause breakouts
- My husband loves it with a moisturizer
- Has SPF 30+++
What I don’t like about CLINIQUE MOISTURE SURGE CC CREAM?
- Super expensive
- Not great for people with serious blemishes to hide
- The color correcting results are not long lasting
- The redness or other blemishes peep through the cream during the day
My thoughts on CLINIQUE MOISTURE SURGE CC CREAM
Initially when I received it 2 years back I really loved it because this was the first ever foundation cum cc cream to go on my face. I was never a bb or cc person before that. I loved the finish and how beautifully it covered my blemishes and made my face look glowing. I never used to put primer back then so maybe that was the reason why it never stayed put for long but do we really have to use a primer before a bb or a cc cream? Isn’t it supposed to be the only product that goes on your face with all the benefits of a foundation and a primer?
Anyways I would recommend it to people with nothing much to hide as such who already have a gorgeous skin and just need a bit of extra coverage to even out the complexion. On days when I had serious blemish situation going on it didn’t do much to cover them. I used it for good 4 to 5 months but then I shifted to so much more.
One day it was lying down in my vanity and caught my attention all over again. I used it the following day but it was just a huge miss as it did not have any coverage left and it was all greasy and weird. Maybe it has expired or maybe I have grown up and evolved over a period of 2 years. Not too sure what changed! All I know is that I do not recommend splurging on it because it is super expensive and doesn’t offer much. I was never too impressed to be honest from day 1 considering the price especially.
PS: Men can use it with a bit of moisturizer mixed in it to even out the complexion because it has natural coverage on its own and mixed with a moisturizer it becomes a perfect concoction to go on a male’s face without being detectable.
What is it made of?
water\aqua\eau • squalane • octyldodecylneopentanoate • butylene glycol • propanediol • glyceryl stearate • behenyl alcohol • peg-40 stearate • polyglyceryl-10 pentastearate • aloe barbadensis leaf water • thermusthermophillus ferment • trehalose • caffeine • glycerin • linoleic acid • lecithin • stearic acid • hydrogenated lecithin • sorbitol • polyglyceryl-6 polyricinoleate • tocopheryl acetate • ammonium acryloyldimethyltaurate/vp copolymer • sodium stearoyllactylate • sodium hyaluronate • tetrahexyldecylascorbate • pentaerythrityl tetra-di-t-butyl hydroxyhydrocinnamate • isopropyl titanium triisostearate • synthetic fluorphlogopite • xanthan gum • silica • alumina • sodium dehydroacetate • tin oxide • disodium edta • phenoxyethanol • [+/- mica • titanium dioxide (ci 77891) • iron oxides (ci 77492) • iron oxides (ci 77491) • iron oxides (ci 7799)] [iln39833]
By : Natural Health News
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