The past year has really got us rethinking the need for heavy makeup. If there's anything we've learned in the new normal, it's that it's okay to embrace our flaws and be comfortable in our skin. Coincidently, today's beauty trends have shifted towards minimal, more natural make-up as we no longer wear it the way we used to – full glam and all. But of course, we still want our skin to look as perfect as it can without opting for too much coverage and that's where the Re-cover SPF 40/PA++ CC Cream comes in. It finds the perfect balance between skincare and make-up–delivering the best of both worlds in this hybrid formula that not only covers but hydrates and soothes the skin too.
This CC Cream works so well that it has even gone viral on TikTok!. Essentially, it's a color-correcting treatment with a green, paste-like consistency that when blended well, will turn neutral and adjust to your skin tone. When wearing makeup after your usual skincare routine, dot this cream on the key points of your face and blend well. Focus on the areas where you need it most as it will help neutralize the red undertones in your skin and even out your skin tone, forgoing your need to use foundation. Don't make the mistake of using too much as the cream is thick, so what you'd really want to do is build it up and blend using your fingers so that it melts on your skin.
As the main ingredient in Dr. Jart+'s Cicapair™ line, Centella Asiatica makes it suitable for those with irritated, inflamed, and sensitive skin. Like a filter in a jar, this covers redness effectively and gives your face a more natural makeup look. It's excellent for low-key days; use it as a concealer on your red spots or all over the face as a base. Just be sure to warm up the product on your hand first, let it melt ever so slightly, before applying it directly onto the face for pristine coverage.
Here's a tip, if you find your skin looking a little pale after applying this on, dust on bronzer on the outer sides of your face and on your cheekbones to bring warmth back into your complexion. Just be sure to warm up the product on your hand first, let it melt ever so slightly, before applying it directly onto the face.