Dear Lovely Reader,
Skincare, haircare, anything about taking care of the body I’m interested in.
Honestly I wasn’t sure if I had ever heard of ColoreScience. And this ColoreScience All Calm Clinical Redness Corrector I had gotten this as a sample. I checked out the website.
The price for the full bottle is $120.00 for 1 fluid oz and says it provides 50 SPF protection. The small sample came with a pump which is nice, and two pumps were enough to cover my face. The product is to go on your clean moisturized skin before you put on the foundation. It can be considered a primer. It went on a bit creamy, and blends to clear. While a little goes a long way, I was skeptical about spending that much money for one ounce of product. This is supposed to calm the skin, minimize the redness, as well as provide super SPF skin protection. On the website, there is a mention of the product being featured in “O” magazine.
This product is geared to people diagnosed with rosacea. I do have ruddiness around my nostrils so I decided to try it out.
“This 3-in-1 proprietary formula instantly neutralizes the appearance of redness, helps soothe and calm sensitive skin, and provides SPF 50 protection while its patent-pending BioSolace™ complex helps provide ongoing relief from sensitivity and the appearance of redness.”
“All Calm™ Clinical Redness Corrector SPF 50 is powered by BioSolace™, a proprietary blend of specialty ingredients that helps provide ongoing relief from sensitivity and the appearance of redness.”
Broad Spectrum (UVA/UVB) Sunscreen
UVA protection rating: PA++++
UVB protection rating: SPF 50
1 fl. oz. / 30 ml
Not waterproof or sweatproof.
Ingredients List from the website:
Niacinamide: Also known as vitamin B3, this ingredient is well-known for helping soothe skin, aid the skin barrier, reduce the appearance of redness/blotchiness, balance sebum production and improve the appearance of skin imperfections
A powerful combination of ginger extract and (nature-identical) bisabolol helps shield skin’s natural defenses from daily aggressions and cools and soothes sensitive skin
*SymRelief® is a registered trademark of SYMRISE AG, Germany
This bio-available form of vitamin E provides antioxidant support while helping to soothe redness related to environmental and mechanical factors; shown to help calm skin both prior to and following UV exposure
*Vital ET™ is a trademark of Ashland Global Holdings, Inc.
Based on Magnolia bark extract, this ingredient helps reduce the appearance of skin redness and hydrates for visibly firmer skin
*MAXnolia is a trademark of Mibelle Biochemistry
A derivative of baker’s yeast ß-glucan, this ingredient helps calm sensitive and red skin while helping to reduce dryness and enhance the skin barrier
*CM-Glucan Forte is a trademark of Mibelle Biochemistry
A marine plant extract from sea fennel with unique survival capabilities that helps restore water balance and improve the appearance of skin radiance and smoothness
*Native Essence™ is a registered trademark of SEPPIC
More information from the website:
All Calm™ has been formulated without parabens. As with all Colorescience® products, All Calm™ is formulated without dyes, talc, synthetic fragrance, mineral oil, drying alcohols, and harsh chemicals.
Yes, All Calm™ is oil free. As with all Colorescience® products, All Calm™ is formulated without dyes, talc, synthetic fragrance, mineral oil, drying alcohols, and harsh chemicals.
Despite all this information, I felt a little lost at this. I wasn’t sure whether this was something good for my skin, as the ingredient mentions felt a little above my comprehension. It sounds vaguely good and fancy. But does it work?
There are comparison photos on the website. I don’t have heavy rosacea, so I didn’t see a big difference.
It didn’t irritate my skin and didn’t have a perfumey smell. That’s all I can say on it.
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