Stila CC Color Correcting Cream for Fall 2013

Stila CC Color Correcting Cream
Stila introduces a new CC Color Correcting Cream with SPF 20 for Fall 2013. Apparently they are doing it right as this is a white self adjusting CC Cream much like you’d see from Korea at the moment.

It addresses a host of issues including hyperpigmentation and comes in a variety of shades.

Yes please!

Take a look!

Stila CC Color Correcting Cream is a color correcting cream which reduces the appearance of hyperpigmentation while brightening skin and softening fine lines. This comes in a white shade with micro-encapsulated pigments suspended within the cream that burst upon application and adjust to your skin tone. According to Stila the cream provides up the 72 hours of continuous moisture while Photonic Crystal Technology, a color corrector and an optically transparent polymer, helps soften the appearance of wrinkles and imperfections for a natural, youthful finish.

The CC Cream contains a stable form of Vitamin C and Green Tea Extract to brighten skin while Chamomile Extract reduces redness. Other ingredients include Vitamin E, Zinc, Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium, and Ginkgo Biloba.


  • Fair
  • Medium
  • Warm
  • Tan
  • Tone

I’m quite curious about this so I will be reviewing as soon as I get my hands on a tube.

What do you think?

Considering I loved Stila’s HD Beauty Balm I have a feeling the CC Cream will be just a big a hit with me!

  • 7/3/13 10:36 Kimmwc03:

    I really want to try this. Stila has really been impressing me lately.


  • 7/3/13 11:37 Simone:

    This sounds great! Can’t wait to see what u think!
    Love that there’s 5 shades!


  • 7/3/13 13:12 Alanna:

    I love stila bases so I’m excited to try this!


  • 7/13/13 13:51 Abryda:

    I’m so excited to try this new Fall line of face products I can’t wait to get my hands on this, since I’m not one who needs much coverage just a break out every now & then this would be perfect. Love it!!!


  • 8/22/13 17:29 Carla N.:

    I adore Stila, and I’d love to try this.
    I’d be even more excited, though, if 1)I’d seen it on someone other than models who are probably 30 years younger than I and who have great skin to begin with, 2)there were more shades, and 3)it didn’t cost $44.
    It still looks mighty tempting!


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