Friday, May 31, 2013

Pur Minerals CC Cream Review

Hey everyone!

I like to let my skin breath during the summer months, so I tend to never wear foundation in the summer. However, I would still love my skin to look more flawless during my outings. So when PUR Minerals sent me their CC Cream in the shade Medium, I was willing to give it a go! This CC Cream promises a good coverage with a matte finish. I found that this product did have a medium to full coverage, depending on how much product you used, and the finish was basically matte. I would still recommend that us girls with more oily skin apply some powder to set it. PUR Minerals CC Cream lasted most of the day on my skin, and did not seem to irritate it. Plus, the convenient pump style packaging and SPF 40 make this great for summer travel!

Here is what PUR Minerals has to say:

Your multitasking moisturizer, brightener, primer, concealer and SPF foundation! More than just another beauty balm, CC Cream with SPF 40 protects, corrects and perfects the skin’s appearance with clinically advanced plant-based ingredients, like DERMAPUR® HP—a clarifying corrective from meadowsweet—and CLARISKIN II®—a brightening powerhouse from wheat germ. Ideal for all skin types and concerns, this silicone-free formula works to erase brown spots, blemishes and fine lines from sight while balancing uneven skin tone.

How to Apply:

Smooth a small amount onto clean skin until evenly blended. CC Cream may be worn under 4-in-1 products for fuller coverage.

This product retails for $38.00 and can be purchased at!

Will you be trying this CC Cream for the summer?


Note: PUR Minerals sent me this product to try and review on my blog. I am not associated with the company, nor are they paying me to review their product. As always, my reviews and opinions are 100% my own!


pureJeanius said...

I have never heard of this brand before. Looks like it's good. I'm already using a CC cream right now, but it's an Asian brand.

~Sugarsheen~ said...

Hi Pure Jeanius!

Asian CC Creams are great, and I think this one compares really nicely to those!