Sunday, October 20, 2013


DISCLAIMER: This was sent to me for review by My Korean Beauty Haven - an online beauty store that sells cosmetics, Korean and Western.  I am not paid in cash to do these reviews.
sadly the ingredients are in hangul and I could not find the entire listing of ingredients for this product.
Let's retrace, what is cc cream again?
What is CC Cream?
CC cream, also known as Color Control cream, is an improved and refined blemish balm cream or Beauty Balm created and developed in Korea. BB (Blemish Balm) cream was originally formulated in Germany and has in recent years gained a huge following in Asia and is quickly making its way to Europe and the USA for its skin-regenerating properties. CC cream is now also widely used in Asia to provide natural-looking skin coverage. 
While BB creamwas manufactured primarily as a skincare product, CC cream was developed to retain all the skincare benefits of BB cream with added nourishing ingredients and the additional aim to provide more effective skin coverage. CC cream is the newest miracle beauty product available and was formulated with technology originating in industry-leader Japan and further developed in Korea. 
The benefits of CC cream is said to include high SPF rating to ensure protection from damaging UVA and UVB rays. It also treats and covers uneven skin tones more effectively and blends with skin tone better than BB creams that sometimes appear too light on certain skin tones. A lighter texture than that of BB cream also allows for smoother application with a less oily finish, while remaining extremely nourishing to the skin.
Innisfree Real Skin CC Cream (SPF30,PA++)
 Manufacturer:  Innisfree
Country of origin: Republic of Korea
 Volume 40ml Ingredients 
: Jeju mineral powder, Jeju green tea, Jeju camellia 
 Product Description
: Magic color capsule controls skin tone as soon as touched to skin.
Jeju camellia offers vitality to remain bright skin for hours.
: Creates protection veil to skin to have moisturizing skin all day long.
: Protects UV rays to remain healthy skin.
: Adheres to skin smoothly to create gorgeous skin.
 How to use 
: Apply moderate amount until pink cream turns to beige color smoothly.
Product detail information

All skin types
Four seasons
Main ingredients
mineral powder Jeju green tea, Jeju camellia
How to use
Please refer to the production description.
Instructions for use

  1. If you have any symptoms described below when using this product, stop using the product.
    If you keep using it, symptoms may get worse; therefore, consult with dermatologist.
    1) If red blotch, skin irritation, and stimulation occur.
    2) If applied spots have any symptoms mentioned above and are exposed to direct sunlight.
  2. Do not use on spots with injury, eczema, or dermatitis.
  3. Instructions for storage and handling
    1) Close the cap after use.
    2) Keep out of reach of infants and children.
    3) Do not store in a place with high and low temperature and direct sunlight.
    4) Do not use the product in a shaky place.
    5) If it contacts with eyes, rinse with running water immediately.

hurray for pumps!
 it just takes a lot of pumping and you need to make sure that the product reaches the bottom of the pump's hose for your product to get sucked and come out its spout. This is the usual cc cream i'm used to.  it comes out white
and has those little color/pigment capsules so when warmed up and blended out on your skin between your fingers and face, the color/pigment capsules blend to a fair flesh tone.
that sorta gives me coverage, a veil
but even with just an SPF of 30, it is reflective, not as reflective as my previous cc cream review. but reflective none the less.
hehehe remarkably obvious i have something on my face. 
but looks fine (and not fake cakey looking) when the flash is not turned on
and gives me that look that makes me seem alive and not the walking dead.

  • inexpensive compared to other cc creams (us$16 on please refer or send a message to My Korean Beauty Haven for price and shipping fee
  • tea scent which is quite pleasant
  • a pump that dispenses the right amount of product with each pump.  though make sure you shake the product to make sure the tip of the pump's hose reaches the product in the container.
  • easily blendable
  • without the flash turned on, looks quite natural on my skin
  • oil control is average about 3/5 (1 almost no oil control 5 almost no need to blot off the oils from my nose, forehead and chin)
  • lasts about 4-6 hours before my real skin shows through
  • coverage is fair and lasts about 4 hours before my pores become obvious again
  • doesn't break me out
  • doesn't melt off onto the rims of my glasses
  • SPF 30 PA ++ enough for indoors
  • reflective with the flash turned on!
  • not a 16 hour long wearing product
DO I RECOMMEND - for the price yes, our college girls who are in school not allowed to wear makeup should appreciate this because it looks natural but can give at least some kind of sun screen protection and look polished instead of looking like you need sleep.


Mira said...

hello, there! First of all, I love your blog! It's so informative! Second, /i love how you put real photos and post it on your blog! Love your confidence!

Anyway, I'm looking forward to your future product reviews so I followed you!

Do drop by my blog at

P.S.: I always wanted to try Innisfree products. Thanks for sharing this!

Marge said...

ey thanks for visiting my blog and for noticing how real i want to be when posting photos.
yes, i really like innisfree, they have inexpensive yet effective products

Mira said...

I just check out the whole Innisfree Mineral Makeup Line and I think they're not bad at all! I'll definitely gonna include at least one Innisfree product on my next haul.
Oh, do drop by to my blog at
Have a great Sunday!

meishenmeweishenme said...

Amazing with without pictures ^^

Thank you for the review ~~

Marge said...

thanks ^_^

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