I recently received a large sample of Studio Gear CC Cream with SPF20 to test out. It comes in 3 different colors: light, natural and deep. I received natural, which I was hoping for and excited about!
Studio Gear CC Cream claims it contains skin nourishing ingredients to help correct and maintain a youthful complexion. It’s lightweight, oil-free and creates a natural-looking coverage.
The CC cream comes out of the bottle looking almost white, but as you blend it into your face, it transforms to match your skin tone.
It contains SPF20, which is great because the sun is a nasty little UV bugger. It is lightweight and really felt like I had almost nothing on my face. It has light-to-medium coverage, covering about the same as a tinted moisturizer. The difference is this CC cream will help fight aging with collagen-building ingredients, restore elasticity and brighten skin over time.
I used this several times, and I like that it didn’t oxidize harshly – it didn’t get darker too quickly, as many foundations do. It’s smooth, blends well and being oil-free is always a plus.
I think this is a great summertime foundation, and although I love all the benefits it gives, I need something to better cover my dark spots. This foundation doesn’t cover as much as I like, and I was tempted to apply a layer of my own foundation over. If you have great skin that doesn’t need much coverage, this should work better for you.
The products in the post were provided by the manufacturer for consideration. My opinions in this post are my own and not affected by any press product.