The CC+ cream foundation that is really good for my skin

Have you ever used a product so good you feel compelled to bring it up in conversation or sing its praises online? For me, It Cosmetics Multitasking and Problem Solving CC+ Cream is that product.

Like many people, I had seen the buzz surrounding the formula a few years ago. And as someone who’s been on a really arduous quest to find the right foundation, I wanted to see if this option could address my cosmetic concerns – primarily keratosis pilaris (also known as KP) that has plagued the surface of my skin all my life.

KP is a skin condition characterized by bumpy texture, increased dryness, and severe redness, and it has never worked well with most foundations I’ve tried. After applying the traditional formulas, red spots appeared as the day progressed, the texture became exaggerated and the product began to separate at the first sight of sweat. Or, in cases where a product was able to effectively cover KP symptoms, it sat heavily on my skin, appearing thick, cakey, and far too obvious for comfort.

However, when I first used IT Cosmetics’ long-wearing foundation―which claims to be designed to work specifically with many skin types and visibly correct conditions such as acne scars, rosacea and hyperpigmentation ― this was the first time I felt like a formulation addressed my insecurities by becoming part of my skin, rather than just covering up my perceived imperfections. I found it blurred large pores, brightened my overall skin tone, and left a finish that was the perfect combination of natural and slightly luminous.

Although the product works as a foundation, the cream actually replaces a primer, moisturizer, brightening concealer, sunscreen, and foundation all in one. CC is an acronym that stands for “color control” or “tone corrector,” and the product is meant to work flexibly with your skin to diffuse blemishes, rather than just resting on top of it. CC creams also often contain mineral-based sunscreens – one of the main and unfortunate reasons why they can come in such limited shade ranges.

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