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It Cosmetics Anti Aging Full Coverage Physical SPF50 CC Cream Review

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A while back I purchased the IT Cosmetics Your Skin But Better CC+ Cream SPF 50+ for my FutureDerm BB & CC Creams War series. It ended up the ultimate winner of the BB & CC Creams War series because it’s so awesome, so it’s time to share it with you! It Cosmetics was kind enough to send me the rest of the shades in the product line, so that I could swatch them all for you.

It Cosmetics Anti-Aging Full Coverage Physical SPF50 CC Cream , Fair, Light, Medium, Tan, Rich, Swatches, Review The Website Says
IT Cosmetics Your Skin But Better CC+ Cream with SPF 50+ is your full-coverage color-correcting cream, antiaging serum, and broad-spectrum SPF 50+ all in one! This highly pigmented, multitasking beauty miracle covers everything, won’t crease or crack in fine lines, and gives you a Your Skin But Better Glow.

  • Who is it for: Anyone who wants the power to achieve their most beautiful skin ever! Anyone who wants the antiaging benefits of peptides; niacin; algae; vitamins A, C, B, and E; hyaluronic acid; hydrolyzed collagen; and SPF 50+ UVA/UVB broad-spectrum sunscreen. Anyone who wants full coverage to instantly correct and camouflage skin imperfections. Anyone who wants to diffuse the look of lines and wrinkles on the face and achieve a more radiant-looking, flawless, supple complexion.
  • Why is it different: Developed with leading plastic surgeons, Your Skin But Better CC+ Cream is a multitasking beauty miracle. It’s your SPF 50+ UVA/UVB sunscreen that helps to protect against the rays that both burn and age your skin. It’s also your full-coverage color-correcting cream and antiaging serum! The hydrating formula is infused with peptides; niacin; algae; vitamins A, C, B, and E; hyaluronic acid; and hydrolyzed collagen, along with antioxidants and exotic botanicals for brightening and color-correcting benefits.
  • How do I use it: Apply once in the morning to clean skin, or over the top of your moisturizer for all-day wear and flawless complexion perfection.
Ingredients
Active – Titanium Dioxide 9.015%, Zinc Oxide 6.305%
Water, Snail Secretion Filtrate, Butylene Glycol, Phenyl Trimethicone, Dimethicone, Butylene Glycol Dicaprylate/Dicaprate, Orbignya Oleifera Seed Oil, Butyloctyl Salicylate, Cetyl PEG/PPG, 10/1 Dimethicone, Cyclopentasiloxane, Cyclohexasiloxane, Magnesium Sulfate, Polyglyceryl 4 Isostearate, Dimethicone/Vinyl Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Aluminum Hydroxide, Hexyl Laurate, Stearic Acid, Calcium Stearate, Caprylyl Glycol, Triethoxycaprylylsilane, Ethylhexylglycerin, Phenoxyethanol, Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Peel Oil, Tocopheryl Acetate, Sorbitan Isostearate, Citrus Aurantium Bergamia(Bergamot) Fruit Oil, 1,2, Hexanediol, Disodium EDTA, Citrus aurantium dulcis (orange) peel oil, Citrus Aurantifolia (Lime) Oil, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil, Punica Granatum Seed Oil, Pinus Sylvestris Leaf Oil, Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil, Niacinamide, Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Peel Oil, Anthemis Nobilis Flower Water, Lactobacillus/Honeysuckle Flower/Licorice Root/Morus Alba Root/Pueraria Lobata Root/Schizandra Chinensis Fruit/Scutellaria Baicalensis Root/Sophora Japonica Flower Extract Ferment Filtrate, Perfluorohexane, Olea Europaea (Olive) Leaf Extract, Glycerin, Eucalyptus Globulus Leaf Oil, Cholesteryl Isostearate, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Chrysanthemum Indicum flower Extract, Cholesteryl Nonanoate, Cholesteryl Chloride, Pueraria Lobata Root Extract, Perfluorodecalin, Morus Alba Fruit Extract, Magnolia Kobus Bark Extract, Glycine Soja (Soybean) Sprout Extract, Diospyros Kaki Leaf Extract, Cinnamomum Cassia Bark Extract, Artemisia Princeps Leaf Extract, Pentafluoropropane, Curcuma Longa (Turmeric) Root Extract, Steareth 20, Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic Acid, Colloidal Oatmeal, Hydrolyzed Silk, Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate, Silica, BHT, Potassium sorbate, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, N Hydroxysuccinimide, Hydrolyzed Collagen, Caprylhydroxamic Acid, Tocopherol, Thiamine HCl, Riboflavin, Retinyl Palmitate, Pantothenic Acid, Palmitoyl Oligopeptide, Niacin, Folic Acid, Chrysin, Carnitine HCl, Biotin, Ascorbic Acid, Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide 7, Chlorhexidine Digluconate.May Contain: Red 7 Lake (CI 15850:1), Iron Oxides (CI 77492, CI 77491, CI 77499)

Price
$34.68 for 1.08 fl. oz. It Cosmetics is Cruelty-free.

It Cosmetics CC Cream, Fair, Light, Medium, Tan, Rich, Swatches and Review

It Cosmetics Anti Aging Full Coverage Physical SPF50 CC Cream Shades Available
Fair, Light, Medium, Tan, Rich

I made a swatch video for you of the It Cosmetics Anti Aging Full Coverage Physical SPF50 CC Cream. Please give it a thumbs up if you like it!

It Cosmetics Anti-Aging Full Coverage Physical SPF50 CC Cream , Fair, Light, Medium, Tan, Rich, Swatches, Review Here are swatches of all 5 shades of the CC Cream on the back of my hand in direct sunlight with no flash. This product is VERY full coverage and a little goes a long way.

It Cosmetics Anti-Aging Full Coverage Physical SPF50 CC Cream , Fair, Swatch on my cheek This is Fair CC Cream swatched on my cheek.

It Cosmetics Anti-Aging Full Coverage Physical SPF50 CC Cream , Fair, on half my face This is Fair CC Cream on half of my face.

It Cosmetics Anti-Aging Full Coverage Physical SPF50 CC Cream , Fair, on all of my face This is Fair CC Cream over all of my face. You can see it covers my rosacea easily. Fair is a pretty amazing match for my skintone. It just melds into my face. I love that the It Cosmetics CC Cream is SPF 50. It has 9% Titanium Dioxide and 6.3% Zinc Oxide, providing a very strong physical sunblock.

This really does a great job at evening out my skintone, making my redness imperceptible, and improving the the overall appearance of my skin. It feels wonderful when worn, not heavy or cakey. It does have a slight citrus scent that fades pretty quickly, so be aware of that.

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Wearing It Cosmetics CC Cream in Fair. See the tutorial.

I’ve gotten 6 to to 8 hours of wear so far. Setting the CC Cream with NARS Light Reflecting Loose Setting Powder really increases the wear time, so if you’ve got an oily t-zone, like I do, it helps.

I would definitely repurchase this product after it runs out! I love it and I’m glad that I gave it a try. It certainly deserves to be the winner of my BB & CC Cream War.

What do you think of the It Cosmetics Anti-Aging Full Coverage Physical SPF50 CC Cream? What’s your favorite It Cosmetics product?

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    • http://kitschvixen.wordpress.com/ kitschvixen

      That’s the most coverage I’ve seen in a BB or CC cream yet! It Cosmetics seems to have really nice quality products that last. I love their Bye Bye Under Eye Concealer and Vitality Lip Blush. I will look into this CC cream, for sure!

      • http://www.Phyrra.net/ Phyrra

        kitschvixen their under eye concealer is amazing.

    • jerri davis

      I really enjoyed this review and video. I used to use a product by Clinique that was similar it covered up my freckles really good. Thank you very much, Shared it,   Jerri Davis

    • Marcia beauty info zone

      I just told my blog partner today that I’m going to end up using up my It Cosmetics CC Cream. I will absolutely replace it when it’s empty.

    • PrimeBeauty50

      I love this and have been using it all summer!

    • http://buyingcrueltyfree.com/ bcrueltyfree

      I’m surprised at how full coverage this is. I guess I was expecting more of the typical BB cream sheerness. I thought my shade match would be Fair, but maybe Light is a better bet for me

    • JessicaLarsonBailey

      i’ve not been disappointed by any IT Cosmetics products i’ve tried and am currently loving the Brow Power pencil. i also use the tightline and Hello Lashes mascara on a regular basis.  the CC cream is currently on my wish list.  is it exclusive to QVC?

    • Puja Singh

      light

    • Phyrra

      I wear Fair and it’s a fantastic match.

    • Bhawna Rajput

      how much.

    • Puja Singh

      itna Rs. hai

    • Bhawna Rajput

      fair

    • Ava Moutopoulos

      Light

    • http://paintedladybeauty.wordpress.com PaintedLadyBeauty

      I honestly LOVE IT Cosmetics and couldn’t live without their Bye Bye Under Eyes and their Bye Bye Pores. Looks like I need to add this to my collection, it looks phenomenal!

    • Phyrra

      Bhawna Rajput, if you visit my blog post it has all the details in the review, including the price and ingredients. Thanks!

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    • Jean Park

      This is awesome.  This product is indeed interesting to use.  I’m impressed with the review and this seems to be perfect as protection from the ultraviolet rays of the sun.  This facial cream works in mysterious ways.  Thanks for posting!
      -

    • Addleysmom

      Hi I truly enjoy your honest reviews and tutorials. I advidly kept up with the battle of cc and bb creams. However I was very concerned that it cosmetics cc cream was vilified for lack of better words from paulas choice reviews – given a poor rating due to “phototoxic oils and eucalyptus oil.” Your review didn’t mention concern with these oils so I am inclined to believe it is not a cause for concern. Could you please address this and shes light on your thoughts if these oils and possible damage they could cause our skin if using it CC cream? Thank you!

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    • http://www.Phyrra.net/ Phyrra

      AddleysmomHi there! I contacted the company directly with your concerns and received this response:
      “I completely understand this customer’s concern but rest assured we would never include any harmful
      ingredients in our products! One
      should be concerned with sun exposure if the phototoxic oils and
      eucalyptus oils are applied directly to the skin. Our CC Cream is an SPF
      50+ following
      FDA guidelines and the oils contained are extremely diluted among the
      other ingredients and are included when testing is performed in the lab
      for SPF measuring. We recommend that any concerns be addressed with a
      physician or dermatologist!”
      Sun sensitivity (phototoxicity) or otherwise
      also known as photosensitization occurs when an agent, in our case
      certain essential oils, are used and they cause the skin to be more
      sensitive to sunlight (actually any ultra violet
      – UV – light) and one would therefore burn and damage more easily.

      What causes photoxcity?
      The main culprits causing phototoxicity are
      the oils from the citrus family, when they are extracted by direct
      expression and without distillation. There are however some oils, like
      lemon, which still remains phototoxic even after
      distillation.
      Oils like bergamot, lime and bitter orange
      are severely phototoxic when used undiluted, but should they be used in
      very low dilutions the sun sensitizing effect is negated to a large
      degree.

    • Luabella

      I really appreciate your hand swatch. Companies do not photograph their products to show true colour. I am curious if you have tried Jane Iredale cosmetics? I love their warm silk as a pure minerals pressed powder as well as their pure matt as a base. They have a range of colours and tones without being heavy. They also have a BB cream which is full coverage. Being in Canada it cosmetics is actually very expensive with shipping, especially when l have never tried the product. I was curious if you have tried Jane Iredale and if not, if you would be interested in checking out the difference between it cosmetics and Jane. Jane Iredale was formulated for people with rosacea and people who have had laser treatments or procedures they are still healing from. Hopefully you are as curious as me to find out which is better or the differences between them. Love you blog savvy smarts.

    • Luabella

      I really appreciate your hand swatch. Companies do not photograph their products to show true colour. I am curious if you have tried Jane Iredale cosmetics? I love their warm silk as a pure minerals pressed powder as well as their pure matt as a base. They have a range of colours and tones without being heavy. They also have a BB cream which is full coverage. Being in Canada it cosmetics is actually very expensive with shipping, especially when l have never tried the product. I was curious if you have tried Jane Iredale and if not, if you would be interested in checking out the difference between it cosmetics and Jane. Jane Iredale was formulated for people with rosacea and people who have had laser treatments or procedures they are still healing from.
      Hopefully you are as curious as me to find out which is better or the differences between them.
      Love you blog savvy smarts : ))

    • http://www.Phyrra.net/ Phyrra

      LuabellaHi! I actually reviewed the Jane Iredale quite some time ago. I strongly prefer the CC Creams to the BB Creams, and the It Cosmetics and the Cover FX are both the best to me. http://www.phyrra.net/2012/10/jane-iredale-glow-time-full-coverage-mineral-bb-cream-review-and-swatches.html

    • Luabella

      (…..con’t from below…) …it is used to preserve freshness. I didn’t go through all the ingredients but l like that is has lots of great ingredients that are beneficial.
      Any feedback you have and maybe even where to buy it cosmetics online from Toronto would be very helpful.
      A

    • Luabella

      Also the reason l am drawn to the CC cream from it is bc it has the same SPF ingredients are in the elta sunscreen that l have used.
      My apologies for the multiple posts. My keyboard on my cell is glitchy…
      Thanks Again Phyrra!!
      Luana

    • Luabella

      I just did a search and you have reviewed Jane Iredale’s BB cream. Again I haven’t used or tried it cosmetics as they aren’t in Canada and l just started researching. I do peels regularly and prefer a higher SPF. I have used elta sunscreen the 45 cream, 41 tinted moisturizer (they only have one shade:( and their 50 on vacation. However l would’ve preferred one that can conceal and well as protect.
      I really really love the coverage of the Jane Iredale. How does it compare to It cosmetics in texture, coverage and ingredients? I saw that BHT is listed in It’s CC cream, its one l hear that is very bad for ingesting as it and BHA causes birth defects, it

      • Sandra JT

        IT Cosmetics can mosy definitely be found in Canada. I’m from Canada as well & know that my friends here have purchased & do purchase their products within the country.

    • Sandra JT

      Snail secretions at the top of the ingredients list? That doesn’t sound cruelty free. Sounds downright nasty. I wonder how the company would explain they’re obtaining the secretions from those snails? That would be snail slime, put simply.

      • http://www.phyrra.net/ Phyrra

        Hi Sandra,

        You can always email them directly and ask. I know that they state that they are cruelty free and I believe they are PETA certified.

        • Sandra JT

          Well, unless they’ve figured out a manner in which to humanely milk snails for their slime on some kind of free range snail ranch, nothing much they could tell Me would wash with me. I’m not a fan of their products anyways & have no intention of buying their stuff. In regards to PETA, I consider them to be dubious themselves after my husband did some work with them when we were still living overseas.

          • http://www.phyrra.net/ Phyrra

            I’ll email them to see what they say.

          • http://www.phyrra.net/ Phyrra

            here’s their reply:

            n terms of your reader’s question please reassure her that we would never harm any animals!!
            All
            of our products are cruelty-free and we are certified by PETA as a
            cruelty free brand of cosmetics for our refusal to ever test on animals.
            The link can be found through the PETA
            site at caringconsumer.com or

            http://www.peta.org/living/beauty-and-personal-care/companies/3015.aspx for the link to our company page.

            Snail
            secretion filtrate is a cutting edge ingredient typically found
            exclusively in high end skincare products. The snails are not harmed in
            this process; the secretion
            is simply collected off leaves as they walk across them! It can help
            increase your skin’s hydration; and after 10 days of use women felt their skin was smoother, softer and they saw
            a reduction in the appearance of wrinkles!

            • Sandra JT

              I appreciate you taking the time to email them & I’m aware that many ‘high end’ companies use this ingredient. That being said, their response is lame. Not to mention obscure. Who is walking around in these trees in the forest gathering these secretions? Is it paying people to harvest ‘cruelty free’ snail slime? And if so, are they making 100% sure that no snails are being grinded up in their manufacturing process? Highly unlikely. These snails are being farmed in vast quantities for these ‘high end’ products. Much like silk worms are farmed for Skin care/hair care products/fabric making etc. The insects most definitely die for these purposes. Unless IT Cosmetics can prove without a doubt that living beings aren’t dying for their products, I call BS on their response. PETA themselves euthanize somewhere in the neighborhood of 80% of the animals they supposedly ‘save’ every year, so being on their exclusive list is absolutely meaningless

              Just so I’m clear on my personal stance, I’m not vegan or vegetarian or somebody who buys only ‘cruelty free’ products (because I’m sure it’s just another marketing scam when it comes to large companies). I’m just somebody who is sick of being lied to by companies such as IT Cosmetics. No offense to you whatsoever as it’s the companies who are the big fat liars, not you. And as I said, I do appreciate your effort in emailing them.

              • http://www.phyrra.net/ Phyrra

                Thanks for your understanding. I try to do the best I can to provide information so that people can make an informed choice when buying. I personally buy only cruelty free beauty products, but I don’t condemn those who choose not to.

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