I’m going to be doing a review on the Cha Skin CC Cream by Juno Cosmetics co. I have come across this product on Shopee while I was online shopping and got intrigued by this Korean skincare product. I have never seen anyone talked about this product which made me think twice about picking it up since my skin is becoming a bit sensitive nowadays. However, I did bite the bullet and decided to purchase it anyway to see if it’s good or not and I’m going to share my thoughts with you.
First off, I want to start my CHA skin cc cream review by doing a bit of a background check to its company which is the Juno Cosmetics co.
Juno Cosmetics Co. is a Korean cosmetics company based in Seoul, Korea. They take pride in producing cosmetics made from natural ingredients through cutting-edge skin technological tools. Juno Cosmetics is renowned for its face products including the CHA Skin Collagen Ampoule and the Cha Skin CC Cream. They also manufacture sunscreens, hair care, and body care products. For further information, you may visit their website at www.junocosmetics.com.
CHA Skin CC Cream Ingredients:
Water aqua, Titanium Oxide, White Carbon, Polysorbate 8o, Aluminum Hydroxide, (dimethicone/methicone), Copolymer, BG, Mica, Dimethicone, CETYL/PEG/PPG-10/1 Dimethicone, Cetyl 2-ethyl hexanoate, Methylparaben, PG, Betane, Yellow oxide of iron, Red oxide of iron, Black Oxide of Iron, Glycerin, Hyaluronic acidNa, EDTA-2Na, Propylparaben, Hydrogenation vegetable oil, Allantoin, Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Fruit Extract, Camelia Senesis Fruit Extract, Solanum Lycoperscium (tomato) Fruit Extract.
Features and Claims:
The front of the packaging says it’s a moisturizing, soothing, makeup base, foundation, and skincare in one. It is also stated that it helps make skin tone appear more gorgeous; it’s a multitasking cream with the features of a skincare and makeup combined. The color changes to match the skin tone.
Here is what the cream looks like; it does look pretty orange for my skin tone but we’ll see if it really does change in color when applied to the face.
Here is how it looks applied to my face:
- It did change in color and matched with my natural skin tone. I’m pretty impressed!
- It does give a sheer coverage but it provided a decent light coverage to my dark spots and redness and brightened my complexion, especially my under eyes.
- It dries up pretty fast so it might be better to apply the cream in sections and then blend, rather than applying it to the whole of your face right off the bat as it can get pretty hard to blend that way.
- On me, it has a semi-matte finish.
- As I mentioned earlier, it does change in color as what it claims. I think you won’t have to worry about it being too light or dark on you if you have a fair complexion.
- People with oily to combination skin type will love this as it gives a satin finish.
- It’s very affordable. Got mine on Shopee for only 179 pesos.
- Blending is a bit tricky; thus, you might have to use a good moisturizer or primer underneath.
- There’s no other shade and although it claims to be color changing to match skin tones, I don’t think this suits deeper skin colors.
- It doesn’t moisturize at all, at least on me.
- If you have dry skin, you might not like this as it does not give any hydration plus it dries very quickly. It might emphasize skin dryness.
There you have it- that is my CHA Skin CC Cream review done.
Although I don’t think this is the best CC cream on the market, I’m still going to continue using it since it’s not a bad product at all. It did even out my skin tone and gave me a radiant looking complexion. I might just have to use an ultra-hydrating moisturizer underneath next time.
I’m currently on the look for the CHA Skin Ampoule; let me know if you guys would be interested in a review on that one too.
Love lots x.x