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Mixa Sensitive Skin Expert Soothing SPF15 Care Anti-Redness CC cream

Today I am writing about a new face cream, which I saw in a TV ad Mixa Sensitive Skin Expert soothing SPF15 care anti-redness CC cream. This CC crème is a triple efficacy anti-redness cream, which aims to soothe, correct and unify your complexion.It’s intended for Sensitive skin, prone to redness. Mixa is actually a sister brand from L’oreal so I wonder if their CC cream is the same thing as Mixa’s? Besides that the product contains arnica blossom flower, which is known to promote micro circulation and helps neutralize redness. Vitamin B3, caffeine and cold cream, which help the skin, stay cool. Besides containing SPF 15, the cream is also a hypoallergenic formula that was tested under medical supervision for sensitive skin so that no irritations occur. The cream is paraben and alcohol free and is non-comedogenic. It promises that the skin will be instantly soothed and moisturized. Mixa also claims that after 8 weeks redness will be reduced 82% (tested on 39 people- kind of a small number).

Mixa sensitive skin expert anti-redness CC cream

Mixa sensitive skin expert anti-redness CC cream

All right after that long intro of Mixa sensitive skin expert anti-redness CC cream, I have to state how my skin has felt after I have been using it for two weeks now. The cream has a green tint to it what does neutralize redness to some point (mild redness. I mean it won’t cover or make the redness disappear but it will seem a bit less red, but the redness will still be visible. The texture of the cream is a bit thick but yet gel like. The smell of the cream is horrible, it smells like some medicine cream, border line “plastic”. I personally find the scent too strong and repulsive. When I apply the cream it feels “dry” this is the first time a cream that claimed to moisturizer my skin actually felt dry on my skin. I felt my skin lose hydration (normally I use very hydrating creams) and I felt that the skin gave my skin a stinging sensation so yeah no reduce heat sensation feeling but the opposite of that on my skin. My skin absorbed the cream in really fast. The good thing is that my oily skin did feel matte and it did stay that way for a good few hours.

Mixa CC cream anti-redness sensitive skin expert

Mixa sensitive skin anti-redness CC cream

So to conclude this beauty product review of Mixa sensitive skin expert anti-redness CC cream, I wanted to add that the ingredient list isn’t too impressive to start of with. In two weeks I didn’t notice any changes to my skin’s redness. I have sensitive and thin skin and I found that the cream was a bit too “aggressive” for my very sensitive and thin skin. I will not be repurchasing this cream because I cannot stand the strong scent that does not fade. Overall, I found that this cream really didn’t do anything that it promised and does nothing for my skin. I found that it does the opposite as to what it promises, it dries my skin and irritates it. I am sad to give this a less than flying colors review since the TV ad seemed so promising. This cream is just not for my skin.

Mixa Sensitive Skin Expert Soothing SPF15 Care Anti-Redness CC cream

Ingredients: aqua / water, isononyl isononanoate, glycerin, octocrylene, niacinamide, dimethicone, ethylhexyl salicylate, diisopropyl sebacate, sucrose tristearate, butyl methoxydibenzoylmethane, ammon ium polyacryldimethyltaur amide / ammonium polyacryloyldime thyl taur ate, methylsilanol/silicate crosspolymer, drometrizole trisiloxane, ascorbyl glucoside, polysorbate 61, arnica montana flower extract, butyrospermum parkii butter / shea butter, caffeine, caprylyl glycol, cera alba / beeswax, cetyl palmitate, ci 19140 / yellow 5, ci 42090 / blue 1, citric acid, cupressus sempervirens seed extract, dimethiconol, disodium edta, peg-12 dimethicone, phenoxyethanol, polygonatum multiflorum rhizome/root extract, sodium citrate, sodium hydroxide, sodium stearoyl glutamate, xanthan gum, parfum / fragrance. (f.i.l. b55526/1).


  • price
  • amount (50ml)
  • recyclable bottle
  • contains soothing products
  • tinted green (not visible green on the skin)
  • mattes my oily skin
  • absorbs quickly
  • formulated under medical supervision (whatever that means, not really clear)


  • a bit irritating on my very sensitive and thin skin
  • very strong scent (like medicine or plastic)
  • the cream feels dry on my skin
  • didn’t notice any changes to the redness on my skin in two weeks
  • most ingredients are not the most natural

Mixa Sensitive Skin Expert Soothing SPF15 care anti-redness cc cream beauty product review



  • Gina

    I completely disagree with the above remarks. I have been using the Mixa SPF 15 anti redness cream for 3 weeks now and I love it. My nose is extremely red with hot, cold, food, alcohol… etc… and this cream is the only cream that soothes, properly moisterizes and has reduced its bright “berry like” redness (so i looked like rudolph the reindeer). After I apply this cream during the day because it’s an SPF so it doesn’t make sense to apply at night then I a SPF 30 sunscreen and on top of my nose only i apply redness reducing makeup.

    I also have the Mixa redness reducing face wash which I use at night and sometimes in the morning. At night I also use as my 33 year old face still has black heads and my nose is an oily rosacea so this helps control it.

    I am a nurse who has worked with a cosmetic dermatologist. Two important things regarding rosacea are: 1) try something for longer than 2 weeks as the skin needs time to adjust and if tge skin looks tge sane or worsens try something else and 2) Sunscreen as the sun will worsen rosacea but anyone who does not want skin cancer (I’ve seen lip cancers which are the worst) should be wearing this stuff always – to protect the face from the environment as we age faster with exposure to the elements. And cancers increase with damaged skin (which is aged skin) and can move anywhere in the body – breast/prostate, lungs… the majority.

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