Recently you might have seen me read my post about Biotherm Aquasource CC gel. Now I was lucky to get this same product as a PR sample to test out. I was very exited about this since I really loved what I read about it that it color corrected while deeply moisturizing without a noticeable coverage and it contains plankton cellular water which helps hydrated the skin for 48 hours. I also like that the CC gel does not contain parabens nor mineral oil. The two ingredients which I avoid as much as possible. Biotherm claims that 4 out of 5 women say that this CC gel outperformed their usual tinted product. 79% of women said that their complexion looked fresher. A shocking 92% said that it provided a healthy looking effect. The CC gel comes in three shades: light, medium and dark, and it’s intended for all skin types.
Biotherm Aquasource CC Gel
The Biotherm Aquasource CC gel was tested and I can write for this makeup review, that it really does make my skin not only feel very hydrated but it also makes my skin seem fresher. It mildly, but I would say, barely noticeable tints the skin. The CC gel mildly neutralizes redness, as you can see in the picture below it does have a very mild green tint to it what most color correction cc creams do have. The CC gel also has small microscopic dark granules. These granules when mixed with the gel are the reason while your skin looks mildly tinted. You get 30 ml of product in the small squeeze tube.
Biotherm Aquasource CC Gel Makeup Review
To complete this makeup review of Biotherm Aquasource CC gel, I wanted to mention that I love wearing this everyday. It has a smell of the ocean, or something like that, which does linger on the skin a bit, but nothing to aggressive, but rather very pleasant scent. My skin automatically absorbs the gel and also lightly smoothes it out. Recently I have been applying this on before my foundation and instead of a primer. Read what the real difference is usually between BB, CC, DD creams and Tinted moisturizers and foundations?