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Immediately banish blemishes and redness with this skincare hero

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Dazed’s editorial project manager Emilie Bruyere chooses Dr.Jart+’s Cicapair Tiger Grass Colour Correcting Treatment as her Product of the Week

Emilie Bruyere is Dazed’s editorial project manager. She’s a Kansas goth with an obsessive love for dogs.  Here, she shares her choice for Product of the Week – a weekly round-up of the Dazed Beauty team and wider community’s must-have buys.


Brand: Dr.Jart+

Product: Cicapair Tiger Grass Colour Correcting Treatment

Price: £12


My good friend Mollie Gloss (who also happens to be an amazing MUA) let me in on this fab little secret three years ago and I’ve been using it ever since; that’s basically a lifetime commitment when it comes to keeping something in the make-up/skincare routine. 

This product promises to be a one-stop shop which levels your complexion, obscures blemishes, and reduces redness and I love it because it does exactly what it says. I start with a clean moisturised face, add my daily SPF, and then I start applying it in patting motions all over my face. It very quickly melts into my skin and leaves my looking a lot less red and a lot dewier than before. If I’m going for a more full coverage look, I’ll go ahead and add some concealer, powder, and finish off with a little blush. 

“This product promises to be a one-stop shop which levels your complexion, obscures blemishes, and reduces redness and I love it because it does exactly what it says”

For me, the main benefit of using this product was that it completely cut my make-up routine down. I used to spend a lot of time caring about/trying to conceal my redness. Long-term, Also think that the SPF has kept my skin extra protected, so no complaints there. 

I don’t really think there is anything on the market right now that is actually comparable. This baby is rare and it’s super affordable too, so no harm in giving it a shot. 


It smells like... that super boujie spa day that none of us can afford to enjoy. 

Who would use it... Possibly Elmo, or maybe Mr Krabs – but only if they plan on going undercover… Let’s face it, red will always be the most iconic colour. 

If this product was one of the astrological signs it would be… a Cancer, obviously.  The product heals, protects you, and brings down your skin’s irritation. It’s basically like a Cancer best friend who is always looking out for you.

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