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5 Best Natural CC Creams for Aging Skin

By Sandra Roussy November 01, 2021 Makeup and Fashion

CC creams offer more coverage than BB creams but also less than foundations. They have more color-correcting properties than the lightly tinted BB creams but are not as opaque as true foundations.

They are often found in a variety of shades to fit your exact skin tone and also sometimes contain SPF for sun protection. Natural CC creams are chemical-free, non-toxic, and cruelty-free. That’s all good for your skin, for the environment, and for the animals.

We’ve rounded up some of our favorite natural CC creams for mature skin.

What to Look for When Buying a Natural CC Cream

These are some of the words to look for when buying a natural CC Cream.

  • 100% Natural
  • Certified Organic
  • Mineral Based
  • Non-Toxic
  • Preservative Free
  • GMO-Free
  • Non-Comedogenic
  • No Parabens
  • Silicone-Free
  • Talc-Free
  • No Phthalates
  • Cruelty-Free
  • Free of Synthetic Dyes
  • No Synthetic Fragrances
  • Gluten-Free
  • Nickel Tested
  • Vegan
  • Eco or Recycled Packaging
  • EWG Verified

Juice Beauty Stem Cellular CC Cream SPF 30

Juice Beauty Stem Cellular CC Cream SPF 30

This multitasking color-correcting CC cream from Juice BEAUTY delivers the ultimate in age-defying, skin-perfecting results with zinc SPF 30 sunscreen.

It’s made With Certified Organic Ingredients and the sunscreen contains no chemicals and is, therefore, reef Safe.

It also comes in sustainable packaging.

Pros

Natural sunscreen

Several great shades

Vegan

Cons

On the pricier side

Pacifica Beauty Ultra CC Cream SPF 17

Pacifica Beauty Ultra CC Cream SPF 17

This great CC Cream from Pacifica is a medium coverage tinted foundation with SPF protection and skincare benefits.

It illuminates and perfects with specially adapted color-correcting reflective minerals that adjust to your own skin shade. An innovative formula with a ton of natural benefits including coconut, kelp, and ginseng.

Pros

Many shades to choose from

Affordable

Mousse-like texture

Cons

Fragrance may not be suited for everyone

Sappho New Paradigm CC Cream

Sappho New Paradigm CC Cream

This award-winning CC Cream from Sappho New Paradigm offers light-reflecting, low heavy metal minerals in moisturizing organic coconut oil. It leaves the skin flawless and with a silky finish.

It contains 70+% certified organic ingredients and the tube and cap are made from recycled and biodegradable plastics.

Pros

Great shades

Vegan

Cruelty-free

Cons

On the pricier side

Andalou Naturals 1000 Roses Color + Correct CC Cream SPF 30

Andalou Naturals 1000 Roses Color + Correct CC Cream SPF 30

The first CC cream with alpine rose stem cells on the market. This CC cream from Andalou provides soft, sheer mineral coverage. It hydrates and contains broad-spectrum sun protection for a flawless-looking complexion in one easy step.

Pros

Vegan

Cruelty-free

Affordable

Cons

Limited shades

Super CC Color-Correction + Care CC Cream SPF 30

Super CC Color-Correction + Care CC Cream SPF 30

Color-Correcting Pigments with added skincare benefits make this Physician’s Formula CC cream a good choice for mature skin.

The formula is ultra-blendable and lightweight that instantly corrects most skin imperfections like age spots, redness, and blemishes. It smoothes skin texture, reduces the look of fine lines, and evens out skin tone.

Pros

Contains SPF

Great coverage

Affordable

Cons

Not many shades are available

Do you use CC creams? What do you think about them? Have you switched from a foundation to a CC cream? Which one is your favorite on our list? Is your go-to natural CC cream not on our list? Tell us about it in the comments below.

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The Author

Sandra is the middle-aged woman you hear about who sheds everything she owns and sets out into the world to rediscover and redefine herself. After more than twenty years spent in the fashion industry designing collections for brands such as La Senza, Victoria’s Secret, and JACOB Lingerie, she shifted her path and pursued her longtime passion for writing, traveling, and photography. Sandra was published in the NY Times best selling book Eat Pray Love Made Me Do It. A deeply personal essay hand-picked by Elizabeth Gilbert about loss, facing fears, and going after dreams. Visit her website: www.sandraroussy.com

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