A medicated concealer that helps clear and prevent blemishes. This medicated concealer contains a gentle, soothing formula that provides natural-looking coverage as blemishes heal. It's offered in three skintone shades and can be worn alone, under makeup, or used for touch-ups. Plus, it has a green tint to visually correct redness under makeup. This oil-free concealer blends evenly and provides a smooth, matte, natural-looking finish.
What an awsome concealer with great benefits! It dosn't just hide pimples, it helps make them go away! A great combination I must say, it covers nice and really shrinks your blemish until it's gone :)
I love this because you can conceal while you heal. It works great and doesn't look heavy. It blends in with your foundation. I will continue to purchase this.
I got a sample of this from Sephora about a year ago and it is amazing. I'm really pale, so when my skin breaks out, the redness of pimples that I have is horrible. This hides them (mostly) and really does help clear up my acne. The only complaint that I really have is that it you really need to blend it well, even a small amount, because you'll look like you're turning into a zombie if you don't. It gets my approval.
I used this along with the skincare acne solutions. When I stopped using the face wash and stuff this still kept my acne under control. It's very thick and covers well just make sure you blend it well. This and the pressed powder gives you amazing coverage. I rarely use foundation anymore. I give this product two thumbs up!
I like that it clears while it conceals, however my skin is so fair that when I wear it, I get yellow-y spots where I put the concealer on, and no matter how much I blend, I'm still yellow! I was recommended the shade by someone at Clinique; I'm not sure if maybe she gave me the wrong shade. But you need to wear it every day to see clearing results, it won't happen in just a few hours.
I have really bad acne and I tried this. Didn't help. There was times I almost thought it was making my skin worse. Tried the whole line, and as a person with really extremely bad skin this stuff wasn't my cup of teach