I’m trying a little experiment.
It all started a couple of days ago when I was driving to work in my old school non-air conditioned car. That morning I had an abnormally long time to get ready for work and actually had time to do my makeup well.
When I got to the office, I looked in the mirror and realized that my BareMinerals foundation ($27) and bronzer ($35) had basically clumped off my face with my sweat and that I had a funny slightly off color-line around my face.
I decided that something had to be done and that if I’m going to have a glam-filled summer, I’d have to get my warm weather makeup figured out. Which is why I decided I was going to give BB and CC creams a try.
Doctor T’s Supergoop ($32) was my first hot-weather experiment.
The Daily Correct Broad Spectrum SPF 35 CC Cream in Light to Medium advertises that it self-adjusts the shade to match perfectly with your skin tone. Amazingly- it really does!
For my first test I applied it to half of my face to compare the results with my actual skin, and after a little blending and a few minutes, the slightly white shade magically adjusted to my skin and blended in perfectly. I was impressed!
My dermatologist recently changed my skincare routine to include a moisturizer without any sun protection, so when I noticed that Supergoop’s cream had an SPF of 35 and the ingredients include Titanium Dioxide and Zinc Oxide, I was stoked. You can’t get any more perfect for on-the-beach makeup fun than good SPF coverage!
The excellent color control (CC) cream advertises that it covers imperfections to combine the functionality of a primer/foundation with the anti-aging benefits of skin serums to protect, correct and smooth uneven skin.
I just like that even after a couple of hot trips around town in my car and a good amount of time in the sun, as the name Supergoop implies- it did not goop and it really is pretty super!
- The new CC wonder creams (debenhams.com)
- The Difference Between BB, CC and DD Creams (fashionista.com)
- Supergoop! CC Cream: Product Review (pbeuryknows.wordpress.com)
Supergoop has provided me with a sample for purposes of providing a review. I received the product at no charge to me and I am under no obligation to return the product but can keep it for me own personal use.