Review: IT Cosmetics Your Skin But Better CC+ Illumination with SPF50+ #ITCosmetics #YourSkinButBetter #Illuminating #SPF50 #antiaging #colorcorrecting

(product photo courtesy of www.itcosmetics.com


1.08 fl.oz./32mL $38.00
I am so happy to be able to review this. I love IT Cosmetics products. Lately they have been killing it in the foundation department. They come up with foundation that is absolutely amazing. This one is no exception. 

Your Skin But Better CC+ Illumination with SPF50+ is a breakthrough color-correcting cream that never creases or cracks and it instantly camouflages skin imperfections including dark spots. Plus, it's infused with an advanced anti-aging serum made of hydrolyzed collagen, peptides, niacin, hyaluronic acid, antioxidants and Vitamins A, B, C and E. These work in harmony to diffuse the look of wrinkles, enhance skin brightness, minimize pores and give you a more radiant, supple and flawless-looking complexion. After just 10 minutes of wear: 
  • 100% of subjects showed a clinically measured increase in skin hydration
  • subjects showed an average clinically measured increase in skin hydration of over 79%
This foundation is a full-coverage color-correcting cream, anti-aging skincare with a SPF50+ UVA/UVB broad spectrum physical sunscreen and illumination for your skin but better. It has Drops of Light Technology™ for a lit-from-within glow. It essentially delivers 7 products all in one:
  • full coverage foundation
  • SPF50+ UVA/UVB broad spectrum physical sunscreen
  • brightening color corrector
  • anti-aging serum
  • pore-minimizing primer
  • dark spot corrector
  • moisturizing day cream
Using this requires using only a tiny amount. As mentioned, it is full coverage. You only need one to two pumps to do your entire face. Mainly one and a half would work. It really covers incredibly well. I used two pumps and found myself with extra product. The SPF is a mineral sunscreen, which is great for those who are allergic to chemical sunscreens. It contains titanium dioxide 9% and zinc oxide 6.3%. Also it comes in so many shades. It comes in 12 shades. I use Fair, the lightest shade. It also comes in: Fair Light, Light, Light Medium, Medium, Neutral Medium, Medium Tan, Neutral Tan, Tan, Rich, Rich Honey and Deep. Medium is the most popular color.

I apply mine with a Beautyblender sponge that is damp and start from the middle of the face working outward. I fine that the Fair shade works very well and you can tell that it gives you a beautiful glow to the skin. Even after using a little bit of powder to set it, the glow remains. It is a great product and I LOVE the results I get when using it. 

Here are pictures of me with Your Skin But Better CC+ Illumination with SPF50+ on my face:

above: wearing IT Cosmetics Your Skin But Better CC + Illumination with SPF50+

above: wearing IT Cosmetics Your Skin But Better CC + Illumination with SPF50+

above: wearing IT Cosmetics Your Skin But Better CC + Illumination with SPF50+

I just love the glow it gives the face. Skin looks practically perfect and looks beautiful. This product is amazing. Skin looks as smooth as porcelain yet can breathe and doesn't feel as if it has foundation on it, the product is so light. I would recommend this for mature skin, dry skin, normal skin and combination skin. If you have oily or acneic skin then I do not think this product would work well for you. 

IT Cosmetics Your Skin But Better CC+ Illumination with SPF50+ is available from www.itcosmetics.com, www.ulta.com, www.sephora.com, www.qvc.com and in Ulta stores. Like IT Cosmetics on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/itcosmetics; Follow IT Cosmetics on Twitter:@itcosmetics; Follow IT Cosmetics on Snapchat:https://www.snapchat.com/add/it_cosmetics; Follow IT Cosmetics on Pinterest:http://www.pinterest.com/itcosmetics/; Follow IT Cosmetics on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/itcosmetics/ and Subscribe to IT Cosmetics on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/itcosmetics.

Until Next Time~

Marie Papachatzis
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