The next generation of do-it-all, skin-evening treatments.
A multi-benefit complexion-correcting cream that reduces the appearance of dark spots and enhances the natural radiance of the skin. Discover the ultimate in multi-tasking, complexion-perfecting skincare formulations with Smashbox Cosmetics’ breakthrough Camera Ready CC Cream SPF 30 – Dark Spot Correcting. Developed to help you achieve a flawless, luminous and camera-ready complexion, this pioneering fusion of skincare and makeup represents the next level of treatment cosmetics.
What sets the CC cream apart from other multi-purpose formulas? The Smashbox Camera Ready CC Cream SPF 30 – Dark Spot Correcting goes beyond priming, perfecting, hydrating and controlling oil in a single step to reduce the appearance of dark spots and effectively improve the appearance of uneven skin tone. This advanced cream also offers SPF protection against UVA/UVB rays and leaves your complexion glowing. Suitable for all skin tones and available in 5 shades.
The Smashbox Camera Ready CC Cream SPF 30 – Dark Spot Correcting is developed with a unique C-Phyte+ Complex, which contains Vitamins C and E to brighten and even skin tone and helps boost natural collagen production to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. This powerful complex is enriched with Fruit, Scutellaria Baicalensis Root , Apple and Cucumber Extracts to brighten and smooth skin and reduce inflammation, which is a cause of hyperpigmentation. And a patent-pending botanical extract enhances the natural radiance of the skin.
The ultra-nourishing Smashbox Camera Ready CC Cream SPF 30 – Dark Spot Correcting contains Hyaluronic Acid for intense hydration. It can be worn alone or under foundation for additional coverage.
AVAILABLE SHADES: Fair, Light, Light/Medium, Medium, Dark
WHAT IT COSTS: $42
AVAILABLE AT: Smashbox.com, Sephora, Sephora Inside JC Penney, ULTA, Nordstrom, QVC, Beauty.com and select Macy’s
Move over BB creams CC is taking over! How do you feel about new trend of CC creams and have you tried any?