Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30 vs Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops SPF 44 - which one is better?

Saturday, 16 May 2020

Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30 vs Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops SPF 44 - which one is better?

If you've got rosacea, acne-prone skin or your skin tends to be red all the time you know how problematic makeup might be. Some skincare ingredients are triggering redness too! In 2018, I introduced you to Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment with SPF 30 - a cream with green pigment that changed my makeup game. But there's one less popular product in Cicapair line to cover the redness - Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops with SPF 44. In this post, I'll compare both to see which one is better. 


Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30 vs Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops SPF 44 - which one is better?

About the brand - Dr Jart+ 

Dr.Jart+ is a South Korean brand that doesn't need an introduction. Since my last post about Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment with SPF 30 from February 2018 lots of things has changed. Some of the changes are new lines, formulas and packaging. For example, Ceramidin looks way different than it used to. There are new series called Peptidin and Teatreetment. Sadly, the second one is available only in South Korea. But the most significant thing is how enormous Dr.Jart+ became. I feel like there's no country where you can't buy Dr. Jart+ products. Dr.Jart+ is quite a young brand. The first products got released in the year 2005. According to the Dr.Jart+ website, the brand is a collaboration between dermatologist Dr. Sung Jae Jung and architect Chin Wook Lee. If you think that dermatology and architecture don't go well together, then you're wrong! If you ever check photos or videos of Dr.Jart+ flagship stores, you'll be surprised how valuable is interior design for marketing purposes. The beauty industry is not only about technology, ingredients, policy (animal testing, supporting campaigns that have meaning for the society, etc.) or clear marketing. Nowadays, clients look at packaging design, Instagram profiles full of photos and videos, and the one unusual element - interior design. 

Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30 vs Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops SPF 44 - which one is better?


But back to the Dr.Jart+, the company combined science and art to make advanced skincare products suitable for different skin problems. Cicapair series fits sensitive skin, and the main ingredient of this series is Centella Asiatica. Ceramidin is for dry and sensitive skin. This line is all about Ceramides - ingredients which occurs in the lipid barrier of the skin and protect the skin from dehydration. Water Fuse is a line which you might not know. This line is suitable for dry skin. There's one cleansing line that fit all skin types, and it's called Dermaclear. If you need to brighten your skin, then the V7 line is ideal for you. There are also products like BB Creams - funny enough, Dr.Jart+ BB Cream was the first BB Cream introduced to the American market. In 2015, Dr.Jart+ customers got scared a bit when the news about Estee Lauder investing in this brand got spread all around the internet. After three years, we can see that Estee Lauder investment in Dr.Jart+ wasn't as bad as people suspected. 

Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30 vs Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops SPF 44 - which one is better?

Cicapair series 

There are differences between Cicapair series depends on your location. Let's start with the complete range which you can find in South Korea. You shouldn't expect any cleansing products from Cicapair line since Dr.Jart+ has a separate cleansing line called Dermaclear. Cicapair line contains Toner, Calming Mist, Serum, Cream, Gel Cream, Sheet Mask, a product called Sleepair Ampoule-in Mask, Correcting Treatment in a cream called Recover and Cushion. What's different for the US and Europe? Not all the products are available for these two markets. In the US stores, you can buy Calming Mist, Serum, Cream, Gel Cream and Tiger Grass Correcting Treatment in cream. There's also a liquid version of the treatment called Camo Drops and a night mask. Europe has the same line as the US, but the release of products takes more time. There's no Calming Mist in Europe, and instead of a Night Mask, you'll find a Sheet Mask. 

Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30 vs Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops SPF 44 - which one is better?

The theory of colour correcting 

I guess everyone has seen the colour wheel before. Does this have any meaning for skincare? It does! Even if it's all about makeup, some skincare product has pigment to cover some skin problems like dark circles, redness or visible veins. Green colour covers redness, yellow pigment covers purple veins. Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment and Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops are not fully using green pigment to cover redness, because they have some pigments that give the skin natural look, but we can't deny that both formulas have lots in common with colour correcting which we know from makeup. Using green pigment in skincare is clever since not every woman wants to use makeup and creams with green pigment look more natural on the skin than foundation. 


Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment with SPF 30 - Packaging 

Dr.Jart+ Cicapair series has two main colours - white and green. But Color Correcting treatment has a third colour - hit pink. I got a miniature version of Color Correcting Treatment, it's a tiny, green, glass jar with white lid. The glass is strong - one of my jars had a meeting with the floor and it survived. It comes in paper packaging. No additional "spoon" to apply the treatment. 

Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30 vs Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops SPF 44 - which one is better?


Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops with SPF 44 - Packaging 

Similar to Color Correcting Treatment, Camo Drops have green packaging, but I guess this is plastic instead of the glass. It has a pipette as an applicator and I enjoy that solution. 

Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30 vs Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops SPF 44 - which one is better?


Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment with SPF 30 - Texture & Scent 

The texture is rich. It looks like a green cream that turns into beige after contact with skin and air. The scent reminds me of herbs, it's not that bad. 

Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30 vs Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops SPF 44 - which one is better?

Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops with SPF 44 - Texture & Scent 

The texture is a bit oily but lighter than Color Correcting Treatment. It has a green colour that turns into the beige shade. The scent is herbal, but it feels fresher than cream. 

Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment with SPF 30 

Water, Centella Asiatica Leaf Water, Isononyl Isononanoate, Cyclopentasiloxane, Butylene Glycol, Dimethicone, Phenyl Trimethicone, Methyl Methacrylate Crosspolymer, Beeswax/Cire D'abeille, Glycerin, Diethylhexyl Carbonate, Polyglyceryl-3 Polyricinoleate, Niacinamide, Polymethylsilsesquioxane, Cyclohexasiloxane, Panthenol, Diglycerin, Iron Oxides, Polyglyceryl-4 Diisostearate/Polyhydroxystearate/Sebacate, Dimethicone/Vinyl Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Isododecane, Ethylene/Methacrylate Copolymer, Cetearyl Alcohol, Polyglyceryl-2 Triisostearate, Aluminum Hydroxide, Stearic Acid, Disteardimonium Hectorite, Acrylates/Ammonium Methacrylate Copolymer, Sclerotium Gum, Sodium Benzoate, Acrylates/Dimethicone Copolymer, Hydrogen Dimethicone, Chromium Oxide Greens, Triethyl Citrate, Potassium Sorbate, Fragaria Vesca (Strawberry) Leaf Extract, Disodium EDTA, BHT, Alcohol, Asiaticoside, Adenosine, Triethoxycaprylylsilane, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Boron Nitride, Asiatic Acid, Madecassic Acid, Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Peel Oil, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil, 1,2- Hexanediol, Anthemis Nobilis Flower Oil, Houttuynia Cordata Extract, Propanediol, Centella Asiatica Extract, Gentiana Lutea Root Extract, Artemisia Absinthium Extract, Achillea Millefolium Extract, Arnica Montana Flower Extract, Polysorbate 20, Aniba Rosodora (Rosewood) Wood Oil, Sodium Glycerophosphate, Selaginella Lepidophylla Extract, Potassium Magnesium Aspartate, Citric Acid, Calcium Gluconate, Madecassoside, Magnesium Gluconate, Centella Asiatica Meristem Cell Culture, Xanthan Gum, Titanium Dioxide, Zinc Oxide 

Water is an ingredient which you can find in almost every product, it's purpose in products is easy - it's a solvent. This formula is full of Centella ingredients and emollients. Isononyl Isononanoate is a dry synthetic emollient and it helps with product application. It can give you a smooth, silk film on the surface of the skin and it protects your skin from dehydration. Cyclopentasiloxane is not only an emollient but silicone. I'm aware that because of the internet, people treat silicones like the worst ingredients you can find in the product. But are they as bad as people say? No! Silicones are good for the skin since they work as occlusives - what they do is protect the skin from dehydration. Cyclopentasiloxane is a volatile silicone, which means that once you apply it on the surface of your skin, it will evaporate. It won't get absorbed by the skin, that's why you shouldn't be scared. If you're allergic then the good news is that the chance of getting allergic reactions to silicones is very rare. Butylene Glycol s a moisturizer and solvent, but it's also alcohol. You see, not every alcohol in skincare is bad. Some of them have positive effects on your skin - just like Butylene Glycol which is a popular substance even in eco/green cosmetic products. Dimethicone is a dry emollient, that some people might find clogging, but it keeps your skin moist and protect it from dehydration. It has a positive effect on skin barrier by creating occlusion and it helps with scars. It can also smooth your skin visually. It's also a silicone that's why some people like to talk badly about Dimethicone just because of this fact, but there's no reason to be frightened. It gives your skin an occlusive film, but it doesn't suffocate your skin. We need occlusion to prevent water from TEWL (Transepidermal Water Loss) - to keep the skin moist. It protects your hair from dehydration and weather and it makes it easier to brush your hair. 

Phenyl Trimethicone is another silicone and an emollient. It gives you a smooth, silky finishing and it's quite easy to remove with a cleanser. Methyl Methacrylate Crosspolymer absorbs the sebum. In this formula, it's a clever move since this product would be a great addition to your skincare - no matter if you like makeup or not, you might find this cream useful if redness of the skin is your problem. Beeswax or Cire D'abeille (or Cera Alba) is a non-vegan (and vegetarian) friendly emollient. Glycerin is one of the most popular humectants in skincare. There's a large number of myths around glycerin like it can clog your skin. It doesn't clog your pores, but too much glycerin can make a sticky layer on the skin and even make your skin dryer than before due to TEWL (Transepidermal Water Loss). Still, it's an ingredient which we want to see in formulas. Niacinamide is a miracle ingredient, it does lots of great work. Having problems with dark spots? Try Niacinamide! Acne? Niacinamide will be good for you too! Problems with skin barrier? Solve it with Niacinamide! Wrinkles? You might want to try Niacinamide as well. Sensitive skin might find Niacinamide bit problematic when it's mixed with Vitamin C or used in the same routine as Vitamin C, but I can't deny Niacinamide is a skincare treasure! 

Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30 vs Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops SPF 44 - which one is better?


Polymethylsilsesquioxane is quite an unusual ingredient. It's a powder and it gives the skin silky finishing. Cyclohexasiloxane is silicone, but it's also an emollient. This silicone is a volatile silicone. What does that mean? Previously, when I made a review of AHC Eye Cream some people said some unfair words about me for promoting a cream with silicones and other ingredients they don't like to use due to problems with apps that help you analyze ingredients. Been then and I also was one of such people before due to my problems with food (I can't eat processed food unless I want to feel like I'm dying entire week). Silicones are good for the skin since they work as occlusives - what they do is protect the skin from dehydration. Volatile silicones are evaporating from the skin, they won't get absorbed by the skin, that's why you shouldn't be scared. If you're allergic then the good news is that the chance of getting allergic reactions to silicones is ultra-tiny! Still, every skin reacts differently and you might get reactions to this ingredient. I don't want to force you to use products with silicones - we live in free countries, no one decides for you what you should use. 

Panthenol is nothing else than Pro-vitamin B5, a soothing moisturizer with positive meaning to the skin barrier. It speeds up the healing process. Yes, you read it right - Diglycerin. It's not the same as Glycerin, but it's also a humectant. Iron Oxides are colourants, they should match your skin colour. Chromium Oxide Greens is a green colourant. Cetearyl Alcohol even if sounds bit scary, it's good alcohol. It's an oil-soluble fatty alcohol. It's a great emollient and emulsifier. 

Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30 vs Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops SPF 44 - which one is better?


I skipped quite a huge part of ingredients to focus on BHT. When people see BHT in a product they automatically think about it as a bad ingredient. BHT is used in low concentrations in the skincare products. In such concentrations, you shouldn't be scared of it, because it works as an antioxidant. Usually, when people see Alcohol in skincare, they treat it as the worst thing that exists. The fact is that Alcohol has a positive and negative meaning for our skin. It all depends on the amount of Alcohol. One of the main reasons why companies use this ingredient in their products is better penetration of the skin, thanks to Alcohol substance gets deeper than when it's used on its own. We can't deny that Alcohol kills microorganism and bacteria. It's a long topic, but if you ever search for alcohol to sanitize your hands or makeup brushes - search of Isopropyl Alcohol in 40-70% solutions, they are more effective than 90% versions. 

Asiaticoside has its roots in Centella Asiatica, it's one of the triterpenoid saponins. It supports wound healing. Another two are Asiatic Acid and Madecassic Acid. Both amazing for your skin condition. Adenosine is another cool ingredient. It speeds up the healing process and repairs the skin barrier. It's great for inflamed skin and it might have a positive effect on skin elasticity. I'm not happy that Dr.Jart+ decided to add some essential oils like Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, which is a relaxing scent, but some people are allergic to it. I feel like Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Peel Oil and Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil are quite regular in Cicapair series (just check serum - same essential oils). Houttuynia Cordata Extract is an ingredient which some people with acne-prone skin loves while for me, my experience was not bad but still all hail Centella! Houttuynia Cordata is a plant, which is widely used in Traditional Chinese and Japanese Medicine, it's also known as Heart Leaf or Chinese lizard tail. Funny fact about Houttuynia - it's also called Fish Wort, Fish Leaf, etc because it's an edible plant and it usually leaves the fishy aftertaste. I eat fish a lot but I hate the fishy taste of low-quality matcha (yep, I'm a tea & fish snob) so I don't think I would enjoy it, I'll stay with enjoying Houttuynia magic in skincare. Houttuynia is an antioxidant with anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. 

Centella Asiatica Extract is an ingredient that stays in skincare trend. Lots of ingredients used in skincare have a long history of use in medicine. This ingredient isn't different because Centella is a part of Ayurveda, a traditional (or if you prefer - alternative) medicine used by people for ages. Nowadays we associate it with India. Centella is a herb mainly used in skincare for its healing properties. It speeds up the healing process, that's why acne-prone skin loves it. If you're pregnant or you plan pregnancy then try to find body care products with Centella Asiatica because it can have a positive meaning on skin elasticity as well as stretch marks. Dr.Jart+ added Centella Asiatica Leaf Water to this product as well. Artemisia aka Mugwort got popular in 2019. Artemisia Absinthium Extract can remind you of Absinthe and that's a good connotation! Absinthe is an alcoholic beverage made from Artemisia Absinthium leaves. Many artists used to drink this liquor for inspiration, and I guess you might know that this drink was banned because it contains Thujone and this substance is psychoactive - currently, you can buy Absinthe in the majority of the countries, but norms for this drink are strict. I see that companies go for Artemisia Absinthium Extract because it might have an anti-aging effect on the skin. Achillea Millefolium Extract or yarrow is a herb with a sweet scent. Traditionally, it is used as astringent. The name Achillea comes from Achilles - a hero from Greek mythology, who took Achillea with him to treat wounds during battles. What's interesting, this plant has many different names like death flower, bloodwort, devil's nettle or woundwort. It has soothing properties. Arnica Montana Flower Extract is recommended for sensitive skin, especially if you have problems with visible blood vessels. Last, but not least - Titanium Dioxide & Zinc Oxide. Both ingredients are supposed to protect your skin from the sun, but remember that this product is a cream with SPF, not sunscreen. When you use it, remember to apply sunscreen under the Cicapair. 

How does Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment with SPF 30 work? 

I've made a full review of Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment with SPF30 in 2018 and since 2018 I was preparing to create this comparison post. The cream is a better option for dry skin and normal skin. My skin is oily/combo that's why I use it mostly during the winter, but I have to use it with mineral powder or with spray. I had an accident once with Correcting Treatment - it had a "meeting" with a floor and my entire floor and carpet got covered in the treatment. Removing it was super hard. It does neutralise the redness of the skin and I like to use it under my foundation. I know that some people use it as bb cream or instead of foundation. 

Read the full Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF30 Review here

Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30 vs Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops SPF 44 - which one is better?

Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops with SPF 44 

Cyclopentasiloxane, Centella Asiatica Extract, Isononyl Isononanoate, Butylene Glycol, Titanium Dioxide, Zinc Oxide, Glycerin, Niacinamide, Polymethylsilsesquioxane, Methyl Methacrylate Crosspolymer, Water, Sodium Chloride, Disteardimonium Hectorite, Iron Oxides (CI 77492), Aluminum Hydroxide, Triethoxycaprylylsilane, Acrylates/Dimethicone Copolymer, Chromium Oxide Greens, Beeswax, Disodium EDTA, Asiaticoside, Hydrogenated Lecithin, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Asiatic Acid, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil, Centella Asiatica Leaf Water, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Houttuynia Cordata Extract, Alcohol, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Phenoxyethanol, Anthemis Nobilis Flower Oil, Lecithin, Arnica Montana Flower Extract, Aniba Rosaeodora (Rosewood) Wood Oil, Ethylhexylglycerin, Madecassoside, Methyl Trimethicone, Butyloctyl Salicylate, Pentaerythrityl Tetraisostearate, Diphenysiloxy Phenyl Trimethicone, Dipropylene Glycol, Isododecane, Lauryl PEG-10 Tris (Trimethysiloxy) Silylethyl Dimethicone, Magnesium Sulfate, Polyglyceryl-4 Isostearate, Dipentaerythrityl Hexahydroxystearate / Hexastearate / Hexarosinate, 1,2-Hexanediol, Iron Oxides (CI 77491), Caprylyl Glycol, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Glyceryl Caprylate, Zein, Silica Dimethyl Silylate, Adenosine, Zea Mays (Corn) Starch, Citrus Paradisi (Grapefruit) Peel Oil, Dipotassium Phosphate, Calcium Stearate, Gossypium Herbaceum (Cotton) Seed Oil, Panthenol, Tocopherol, Anastatica Hierochuntica Extract, Pentylene Glycol, Magnesium Aspartate, Zinc Gluconate, Brassica Campestris (Rapeseed) Sterols, Leuconostoc / Radish Root Ferment Filtrate, Sucrose Laurate, Polyglyceryl-2 Caprate, Fragaria Vesca (Strawberry) Fruit Extract, Lysolecithin, Ceramide NP, Copper Gluconate, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Madecassic Acid 

Majority of ingredients in Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops with SPF 44 are the same, but there are some new ingredients which we should look up to. 

Zinc Gluconate is an ingredient which acne-prone skin might like because it has anti-inflammatory and wound healing properties. Leuconostoc / Radish Root Ferment Filtrate is a preservative. Ceramide NP or Ceramide 3 is an ingredient which we want to see in our products. Ceramides naturally occur in human skin and they have an important role. You can find them in the lipid barrier of the skin along with cholesterol and fatty acids. Ceramide is like a cement of the skin, it makes sure that your skin won't get dehydrated. Copper Gluconate - helps with soothing and healing wounds. Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate aka SAP is a stable form of Vitamin C which I love, it doesn't need low pH, it works with higher values than pH 3. Neogen Real Vita C serum has based on this ingredient. This antioxidant helps me a lot with pigmentation - especially if you add niacinamide and use them both at the same time, even if this mix is not the best for sensitive skin. This form might also help with acne in small concentration. 

Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30 vs Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops SPF 44 - which one is better?

How does Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops with SPF 44 work? 

Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops is a lighter formula than cream. Even if it is a bit oily, I feel like it stays on my skin longer and it gives me that soft blur on the skin. You have to remember to apply the right amount of the formula - other way treatment will be visible on the skin. If you apply it with the fingers - make circles instead of using straight lines to blur the edges of your motion. The green pigment works as camouflage for redness. Similar to the cream, I do not feel comfortable to wear Camo Drops on their own, I still apply foundation on my skin - I use Missha Skindation which is a light treatment. I prefer to use it during the winter and spring or autumn because summer feels too hot for layers of makeup - still I think that using Camo Drops during the summer is better than wearing Color Correcting Treatment. I use makeup spray after I apply the foundation, the mineral powder is not a must, in this case, I even believe that mineral powders in this situation can remove the glow. Camo drops give the skin a healthy glow. 

Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30 vs Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops SPF 44 - which one is better?


Similarities between Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment with SPF 30 and Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops with SPF 44 

The main similarity is in the pigment, scent and redness correction. Both solutions give similar coverage, maybe cream is a bit better in covering the redness because you can layer it and it won't be very visible. 

Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30 vs Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops SPF 44 - which one is better?


Differences between Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment with SPF 30 and Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops with SPF 44 

The difference is in the formula. The cream is heavy, while drops are lighter. It's a subtle difference, but it has a huge meaning - you can fit the solution to your skin type. 


Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30 vs Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops SPF 44 - which one is better?


How much does Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment with SPF 30 cost? 

Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment with SPF 30 costs $18 for 15ml (0.5 fl oz) and $52 for 50ml (1.7 fl oz) on Dr. Jart+ US website. I bought 15 ml version at local Sephora for 59 PLN. 15 ml version costs €13.95 at lookfantastic And £12 at Cultbeauty. 50ml version costs £36 at cultbeauty. 

How much does Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops with SPF 44 cost? 

Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops with SPF 44 costs $46 for 30ml (1 oz). I got mine for 149 PLN (it's my 2nd bottle). You can get it from lookfantastic for €36.45. Cultbeauty has Camo Drops in a set with mini Tiger Grass Cream and Serum for £31. 

Check the review of Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Serum on Kherblog 

Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30 vs Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops SPF 44 - which one is better?


Which one should I choose? 

I don't want to tell you which one is better because for me Camo Drops are better, but someone might like Color Correcting Treatment more. I will still say that Camo Drops are better for oily skin, Color Correcting Cream is better for dry skin. 

Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment SPF 30 vs Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops SPF 44 - which one is better?

Can I use colour correcting treatments instead of sunscreen? 

I do not recommend using colour correction treatments as a sunscreen - even if Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting Treatment has SPF30 and Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Camo Drops has SPF 44, you still need a sunscreen. These products are not substitutes for sunscreens. 

I enjoy Cicapair series and I hope to try a few more products from this series like Cicapair mist. I have Cicapair cream in my stash and I hope that soon I'll be able to show you the review of it. 

Do you know Cicapair series? Have you tried Cicapair color correcting formulas?

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