Pacifica Unleashes a New CC Cream

Pacifica Ultra CC Cream Radiant Foundation

Pacifica Ultra CC Cream Radiant Foundation ($18) arrives just in time for Summer lightweight color correcting coverage!

If you recall Pacifica released Alight Multi-Mineral BB Cream last year and I loved the formula. I thought it was quite a lovely texture however, it was very, very, very sheer so I have hopes that this new Pacifica Ultra CC Cream Radiant Foundation might prove better.

Take a look!

According to Pacifica their new CC Cream will give you radiant skin with an SPF 17 for protecting. It’s formulated with color correcting minerals that adapt to your skin tone creating a natural finish. It’s only available in a single shade at the moment but plans for a lighter shade are in the works with a May release date.

This also contains coconut water for moisture which is a popular ingredient that Pacifica includes in many of their makeup products. What it does lack is mineral oil, parabens, and petroleum.

I thought the packaging was intriguing it almost looks like a liquid doesn’t it?

Natural Medium is available now with Warm Light making an appearance later this Spring.

It’ll be available at Target, Target.com, as well as at www.pacificaperfume.com.

Count me curious…!

I just hope it doesn’t disappoint me the way the BB Cream did! I’m ok with sheer but a little color to even my skin tone and brighten is always welcome!

What do you think we can expected from Pacifica’s new CC Cream?

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  • 3/25/14 17:11 Kate N.:

    I really hope it’s good. I’m looking for a good tinted moisturizer that is inexpensive, widely available, good for my skin and (less) bad for the planet!
    PS Have you tried their Coconut Multiples?

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    • 3/28/14 14:46 Isabella Muse:

      I haven’t…I haven’t tried any of their eyeshadows yet! gotta get on dat :D

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  • 3/26/14 13:12 Kate N.:

    I hope this is great, but I’ll wait for some reviews. Has anyone tried the Coconut Multiples?

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