August 8, 2017

It Cosmetics Bye Bye Redness Neutralizing Correcting Cream Review & Swatches

This was provided to me by a brand for review and I receive a small commission if you shop using the links in this post but all opinions are my own.

Transforming Porcelain Beige and Transforming Light Beige are two new shades available in the It Cosmetics Bye Bye Redness Neutralizing Correcting Cream that gets a relaunch and re-promote for the Fall 2017 season.

It Cosmetics has gone all out for Fall 2017 with many new product launches as well as extensions to their regular line of products with new shades. I’m a fan of the original It Cosmetics Bye Bye Redness Anti-Aging Concealing Cream and I was actually kind of excited to try the newly relaunched It Cosmetics Bye Bye Redness Neutralizing Correcting Cream. The name changes and their are more shades available but the formula remains just as great.

And guess what?

You don’t necessarily have to have issues with redness to use it!

So, it’s been a while since I’ve actually purchased this product because I had a pot that literally lasted me a century. A little goes a very long way with this stuff as it is super pigmented. It quite reminds of Kevyn Aucoin The Sensual Skin Enhancer since I always felt like it could apply directly from the pot or could be mixed with your favorite moisturizer to sheer it out.

The name has since changed though and now it is available in two lighter shades where as before it was offered in a single natural beige shade (that’s the shade that most fits me by the way as the new colors are a bit too light for my skin tone). The one thing I do miss from this new version is the fact it doesn’t come with a brush. It Cosmetics used to include a little stand and a little buffing brush that was very handy to buff the product into the skin.

If you’re dealing with mega complexion issues sich as redness, blemishes, sun damage, age spots, broken capillaries, acne scarring, etc….and you need hard coverage that’s lightweight and natural looking I think you’ll like It Cosmetics Bye Bye Redness Neutralizing Correcting Cream. I think in the right situation anyone can use this to create the illusion of perfectly flawless skin.

I suffer from duller skin and some darkness and uneven skin tone around my jawline but no redness. This is an incredibly pigmented, full-coverage product so a little goes a very long way and if you’re anything like me, who prefers natural coverage, you’ll want to go even lighter with how much you apply. The coverage is truly flawless with a very smooth, even, semi-matte finish that didn’t cling to my drier areas and wore for a solid 12 hours.

If you’d like to read my original review of the original formula from 2013 you can see it by clicking here. I think the good news is that even though the name has changed the formula remains great! If you never tried it before, now is a good excuse as any to check it out for yourself because it is one of the brand’s greatest products. Full-coverage, easy to apply and blend, with excellent wear and coverage, what more could you want from your foundation?

It Cosmetics Bye Bye Redness Neutralizing Correcting Cream Swatches (Transforming Porcelain and Transforming Light Beige)

It Cosmetics Transforming Light Beige Bye Bye Redness

It Cosmetics Transforming Porcelain Bye Bye Redness

Big yay from me.

The newest shades of It Cosmetics Bye Bye Redness Neutralizing Correcting Cream are available now at and coming soon to Ulta stores.

Is It Cosmetics Bye Bye Redness Neutralizing Correcting Cream one of your fav products?

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This was provided to me by a brand for review and I receive a small commission if you shop using the links in this post but all opinions are my own.

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  • Isabella

    I got the neutral beige last month from QVC, I like it very much
    the new lighter shade would def not work for me

  • Andi

    I have the original and rarely use it since it’s too dark for me (I’m a light in IT foundation). I hadn’t realized it was “that” tinted when I bought it, I thought it would be a bit more sheer. IMO this stuff is more like a foundation that a corrector. I had been hoping to use it for spot cover-ups but can’t do it since it is so pigmented.

    • Isabella Muse

      Try taking a dab and mixing with your moisturizer! It helps sheer it out πŸ™‚

  • ChynnaBlue

    I couldn’t use the original because it was much too dark for me. I’m glad they’ve come out with a lighter version since fair skinned people often struggle with redness.

  • diane

    this is such a great foundation! i’m excited to see the lighter shades now

  • heather

    This looks super creamy, and I am an oil slick, would this stuff just slide right off my face? I hate products that are so emollient that if you rub anything they slide off, and now you’ve just uncovered what you were trying to cover!!

  • Dee

    I’ll definitely try this. I have the original and it really does cover, but I always wished there was a lighter shade.

  • blee

    I have the original one and did not see much help with it. Ill try it again to see if it was color issue now that they have other colors.

  • McRachel

    I just bought the original and it has been a godsend for me. I developed type 2 rosacea this winter, and this is the first thing I’ve found that will actually neutralize the red bumps. I will have to take my little jar with me when I repurchase, but that will be quite a while from now. I won’t ever go without it again.

  • Kish

    This just made my day!!! The original is amazing, it cover my redness so well. But it’s just a little bit too dark for my pale skin. I can’t wait to check out the new shades.

  • Emily

    Hmmm, I am intrigued! I do not like jar packaging, but I like everything else you’ve described about it.

  • genevieve

    The porcelain shade looks pretty good to me and it sounds like an amazing product. Thank you for the review Muse!

  • Jessica

    Do you think you can do a swatch with all three shades side by side? I’m currently using the neutral beige but I think maybe something a little less neutral (leaning a little more toward yellow) would be better for my rosacea? I would be super duper thankful!