Dr Jart+ Cicapair Cream (2nd generation) - cult K-beauty Cica moisturizer

Monday 25 January 2021

Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Cream

Dr. Jart+ Cicapair is a cult K-beauty series for sensitive skin - especially colour correcting treatment. We can't deny - the power of Cica can change your skin but is Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Cream worth a try? Which product works better for you Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Cream or Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Calming Cream? 

The history of Dr. Jart+ 

Dr.Jart+ is a South Korean brand that doesn't need an introduction. Dr.Jart+ is always evolving: 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 just about technology, ingredients, policy (animal testing, supporting campaigns that have meaning for the society, etc.) or transparent marketing. Nowadays, clients look at packaging design, Instagram profiles full of photos and videos, and the one unusual element - interior design. 

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. Vital Hydra Solution 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. Peptidin is a collection of two peptide products. We also got series for acne-prone skin - Teatreement. 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, the news about Estee Lauder investing in Dr.Jart+ got spread all around the internet. Now we can see that Estee Lauder investment in Dr.Jart+ wasn't as bad as people suspected. 

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+ uses a few technologies which we have to meet before we start our journey with Cicapair Gel Cream. 

Centella RX 

One of the solutions used by Dr.Jart+ is the use of Centella Rx. The blend of Centella Asiatica, Houttuynia Cordata, Achillea Millefolium Oil and Ilex Aquifolium should soothe your skin. 


Cicabond is a soothing and repairing composition made out of Arabinogalactan (derived from Hedera Helix (Ivy) Extract), Calcium Chloride and Magnesium Sulfate. 


The name of the next ingredient is unique. Just mix Dr.Jart+ and Microbiome, and you've got the name of new Dr.Jart+ patent. Four different fermented ingredients make Jartbiome. This solution should make your skin more powerful. 

Why Centella? 

The growth of K-beauty in Wester countries gave us many new ingredients and solutions for skin problems. One of them is Centella Asiatica. Gotu Kola, Tiger Grass, Asiatic Pennywort or just Centella. It has many different names, but the purpose is the same. The plant comes from Ayurveda, which is one of the oldest traditional medicine systems. When we think about it, we automatically think about India. Centella is a multi-tool in skincare products, but it's not a new substance. Gotu Kola is used for ages to cure skin conditions such as inflammation, eczema and wounds. It's a source of Madecassoside, Asiatic Acid, Madecassic Acid and Asiaticoside. It's an anti-inflammatory herb which can help speed up the healing process of your skin. That's why even acne-prone skin likes it. 

Dr Jart+ Cicapair Cream - Packaging 

Dr Jart+ Cicapair Cream comes in a white box with green details. When you open the packaging, you can spot a tube, and a weird metal thing - this thing is helpful, you can get as much as you can with it, since the Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Cream tube is metal. 

Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Cream

Dr Jart+ Cicapair Cream - Scent & Texture 

The texture is rich, and it might feel oily - not a surprise since we can spot in Dr. Jart+'s formula lots of oils. It has a light beige shade, while Gel version has pure green colour. The scent is something between Centella and Lavender. It's not an annoying scent, but you might want to check ingredients before buying this cream if you're allergic to any essential oil. 

Dr Jart+ Cicapair Cream - Ingredients 

Water, Propanediol, Centella Asiatica Leaf Water, Butylene Glycol, Caprylic/​Capric Triglyceride, Panthenol, Diisostearyl Malate, Polyglyceryl-3 Methylglucose Distearate, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Glyceryl Stearate, Niacinamide, Macadamia Ternifolia Seed Oil, Cetearyl Alcohol, Hydrogenated Poly [C6-14 Olefin], Hydrogenated Polydecene, Hydrogenated Polyisobutene, 1,2-Hexanediol, Peg-8, Peg-100 Stearate, Polyacrylate-13, Palmitic Acid, Tocopheryl Acetate, Beeswax/​Cire D'Abeille, Glycerin, Stearic Acid, Phenoxyethanol, Polyisobutene, Asiaticoside, Carbomer, Tromethamine, Madecassic Acid, Asiatic Acid, Spirulina Platensis Powder, Alcohol, Polysorbate 20, Ethylhexylglycerin, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Sorbitan Isostearate, Adenosine, Ceramide Np, Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Peel Oil, Hydrogenated Lecithin, Disodium Edta, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil, Anthemis Nobilis Flower Oil, Sodium Hyaluronate, Centella Asiatica Extract, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Extract, Dextrin, Houttuynia Cordata Extract, Aniba Rosaeodora (Rosewood) Wood Oil, Centella Asiatica Meristem Cell Culture, Madecassoside, Citric Acid, Achillea Millefolium Extract, Artemisia Absinthium Extract, Arnica Montana Flower Extract, Gentiana Lutea Root Extract, Sucrose Laurate, Sodium Glycerophosphate, Selaginella Lepidophylla Extract, Potassium Magnesium Aspartate, Lysolecithin, Magnesium Gluconate, Calcium Gluconate, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, Sodium Benzoate, Xanthan Gum 

Before we even begin, I have to admit that Dr Jart+ loves essential oils - some EOs are great, some not. I would recommend you to do a patch test before you buy this cream, especially if you had allergic reactions to any of the substance which you can find in Dr Jart+ Cicapair Cream. 

Water is an ingredient which you can find in almost every product. Its purpose in products is easy - it's a solvent. Propanediol is a solvent with moisturizing properties. Similar to Cyclohexasiloxane, Propylene Glycol is an ingredient that some people try to avoid. You're most likely to see Propanediol instead of Propylene Glycol in an organic skincare product, and the reason for this change is simple. Ecocert recommends it. Butylene Glycol is a moisturizer and solvent, but it's also alcohol. You see, not every alcohol in skincare is terrible. Some of them have positive effects on your skin - just like Butylene Glycol, which is a popular substance even in eco/green cosmetic products. Caprylic/​Capric Triglyceride is an emollient. It's a combination of coconut oil and glycerin which makes mild, gentle and delicate emollient. It thickens the formula, but it also makes skin feel smooth in touch. Panthenol is nothing else than Pro-vitamin B5, a soothing moisturizer with positive meaning to the skin barrier. It speeds up the healing process. Diisostearyl Malate is an emollient used in makeup. Polyglyceryl-3 Methylglucose Distearate is an emulsifier, lots of natural/clean brands are using it. You can find it also under the name TEGO Care 450. Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter has a wide range of use - people use it to prepare dishes, in medicine, but also cosmetics. It's an emollient which all skin types should love, but oily skin might have a tiny problem with it. It has a mild UV protection (around SPF 3) so we shouldn't use as a sunscreen. It's great for dry skin and during the winter to protect the skin since it leaves a film on the surface of the skin. It's also a source of vitamins such as Vitamin E and Vitamin A. Vitellaria Paradoxa trees aka shea butter trees can be found in Africa that's why it is so important to use shea butter from brands with Fairtrade certification. Glyceryl Stearate is an ester of Glycerin and Stearic Acid. It's an emollient and emulsifier, and you can find it in oil in water formulas. It's a superb ingredient, but in some solutions, Glyceryl Stearate is problematic for me since it feels like it clogs my skin, but just because I'm not a fan of it, it doesn't mean your skin won't like it. Every skin is different. 

Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Cream

Niacinamide is a miracle ingredient. It does lots of great work. Do you have problems with dark spots? Try Niacinamide! Acne? Niacinamide will be an ideal pick for you too! Maybe you've got issues 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. I can't deny Niacinamide is a skincare treasure! Macadamia Ternifolia Seed Oil is one of the most common oils in skincare. This emollient is full in oleic and palmitoleic acid. This oil is great for body care and hair care, every skin type should enjoy it. Cetearyl Alcohol even if sounds bit scary, it's good alcohol. It's oil-soluble fatty alcohol. It's a superb emollient and emulsifier. Hydrogenated Poly [C6-14 Olefin] is an emollient. Hydrogenated Polydecene or Alphaflow, it's an emollient, and it's excellent for sensitive skin. Hydrogenated Polyisobutene is a polymer and a dry emollient. Some people like to call it a synthetic squalane. Don't mistake both of these ingredients. Hydrogenated Polyisobutene is similar to squalane, people use it as a substitute, but after all, it's a synthetic substance that makes your skin smooth. It feels like 1,2-Hexanediol is everywhere, and it's not a surprise. Even if it's a solvent, it's also a moisturizer. 

Palmitic Acid is a fatty acid, which you can find as a compound of many oils. It's an oily emollient, but sometimes oily skin might not enjoy it. Tocopheryl Acetate is a form of Vitamin E. It's an antioxidant with some moisturizing properties. It protects your skin from free radical damage. It supports UVB protection, but Vitamin E in the form of Tocopheryl Acetate is not as helpful as Tocopherol. Beeswax 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 epidermis 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. Stearic Acid is an emollient which you can love or hate. The problem is that not every skin likes it - mine usually breaks out when you show it Stearic Acid. Asiaticoside has its roots in Centella Asiatica, it's one of the triterpenoid saponins. It supports wound healing. Carbomer is a thickener and stabilizer. You can often see it in gel formulas. Tromethamine helps with the pH, to make sure your product has an ideal pH. Madecassic Acid is an active compound of Centella Asiatica - a famous K-beauty ingredient. Even if Madecassic Acid is not as popular as Madecassoside, it's still a great healing ingredient. Asiatic Acid is an active compound of Centella Asiatica, and it also has powerful healing properties. Spirulina Platensis Powder - a green powder, and a source of vitamins. It should help with acne-prone skin since it has antibacterial properties. 

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. Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil is an essential oil which you might love or hate. It has some relaxing and antibacterial properties, but it can irritate your skin. Sorbitan Isostearate is an emulsifier. Adenosine is another elegant ingredient. It speeds up the healing process and repairs the skin barrier. It's ideal for inflamed skin, and it might have a positive effect on skin elasticity. 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 a dominant 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. Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Peel Oil derives from grapefruit, it an essential oil that gives a nice smell to the product, but it has one problem - photosensitivity/phototoxicity. 

Disodium EDTA is a synthetic stabilizer and preservative. It helps with the viscosity of the product. Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil is an essential oil, awesome for acne-prone skin because it has antibacterial properties, but sensitive skin might not be a fan of it. Anthemis Nobilis Flower Oil or Roman Chamomile Flower Oil is an essential oil, that is supposed to have soothing properties, but many people still have allergic reactions to chamomile, that's why we should be careful and patch test every product we try. Sodium Hyaluronate is a salt form of a popular Natural Moisturizing Factor - Hyaluronic Acid. 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 primarily applied in skincare for its healing properties. It speeds up the healing process, and 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 valuable meaning on skin elasticity as well as stretch marks. 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 we still use 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'm not a fan of 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. 

Madecassoside is an active compound of K-beauty famous Centella Asiatica. It is not a surprise why Madecassoside, as well as Gotu Kola, are so common in skincare - they have wound healing properties. The boosts healing process which makes them ideal for acne-prone, sensitive or inflamed skin. Madecassoside is an antioxidant which you have to try! Citric Acid is an alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) - a chemical exfoliant. It's derived from fruits like lemon. It's a weak acid, and usually weaker AHA acids act like moisturizers. In this case, Citric Acid helps with the pH level of the formula. 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. 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. Arnica Montana Flower Extract is recommended for sensitive skin, especially if you have problems with visible blood vessels. 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. 

How does Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Cream? 

I tried a Cream version of cult Dr.Jart+ moisturizer right after I was using Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Calming Gel Cream, and the difference is huge. Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Calming Gel Cream has a reach, bit green formula with lovely herbal scent - it smells a bit like lavender, but it's not an annoying fragrance like in lavender pillow scents. The formula is rich, but even oily skin should enjoy it since it's way lighter than Bioderma Cicabio and it doesn't cause acne on my skin - which happens a lot with Cica formulas from cosmeceutical brands/pharmacy brands. I'm currently on Aklief, so my skin is super sensitive to essential oil, alcohol and scent substances, it needs lots of care and moisture. I have to admit - I tested different brands, from K-beauty to high-end brands and professional brands, and I have on thing to say - Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Cream is a miracle, it calms my skin well, even if it has essential oils! And I say that honestly, it's one of three different moisturizers that works perfectly on my skin. Last weekend I couldn't take this moisturizer with me, I only had I'm From Vitamin Cream which worked on my skin well, but my university where I'm continuing my BSc in Cosmetology (or I should say Aesthetic Cosmetology since there's a huge difference between Cosmetology in Poland and the US) uses one Polish brand for estheticians which I hate! In general, my lecturer literally asked my friend to remove dirt from my face, and poor formulas + rubbing the skin with cleansing pads did nothing else to me than make my skin barrier disappear. I'm currently dying from pain and dehydration. When I went back home, I had to remove my makeup and use Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Cream. You don't even know how I was waiting to put moisturizer on my face - Dr. Jart+ didn't hurt me this time too, and my skin already feels way better. Sadly, I'm still waiting for my corneometer to show you the difference in skin moisture level to prove you how wonderful Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Cream formula is. 

One last thing, I use this formula only during the evening routine, because it's not a soft and matte formula, it gives you an oily film that doesn't go well with makeup. 

Where to buy Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Cream 

You can buy Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Cream (2nd gen) on Akoco costs $42 (50ml/1.69oz). They also have some good offers on the 1st generation of Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Cream. 

Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Cream vs Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Calming Gel Cream

Dr Jart+ Cicapair Cream (1st generation) 

Let's have a short look on 1st generation of Cicapair Cream and what new we can find. 

Water, Glycerin, Propanediol, Butylene Glycol, Niacinamide, 1,2-Hexanediol, Dimethicone, Dimethicone/Vinyl Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Carbomer, Tromethamine, Artemisia Princeps Leaf Extract, Hydroxyacetophenone, Cyclopentasiloxane, Melia Azadirachta Leaf Extract, Cyclohexasiloxane, Ethylhexylglycerin, Glyceryl Polyacrylate, Octyldodecanol, Adenosine, Melia Azadirachta Flower Extract, Disodium EDTA, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Extract, Dextrin, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Polyglutamic Acid, Lecithin, Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Peel Oil, Phenoxyethanol, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Oil, Anthemis Nobilis Flower Oil, Madecassoside, Aniba Rosaeodora (Rosewood) Wood Oil, Centella Asiatica Leaf Water, Houttuynia Cordata Extract, Asiatic Acid, Asiaticoside, Alcohol, Madecassic Acid, Centella Asiatica Meristem Cell Culture, PEG-8, Caprylyl Glycol, PPG-1-PEG-9 Lauryl Glycol Ether, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Extract, Gentiana Lutea Root Extract, Achillea Millefolium Extract, Arnica Montana Flower Extract, Artemisia Absinthium Extract, Hedera Helix (Ivy) Leaf/Stem Extract, Sodium Glycerophosphate, Phytic Acid, Centella Asiatica Extract, Selaginella Lepidophylla Extract, Potassium Magnesium Aspartate, Citric Acid, Sodium Polyacrylate, Calcium Gluconate, Magnesium Gluconate, Potassium Sorbate, Xanthan Gum, Sodium Benzoate, Polysorbate 20 

The old version had bit different ingredients like Melia Azadirachta Leaf Extract or Artemisia Princeps Leaf Extract. The new version has no Dimethicone, but instead, we can find there Ceramide NP. Both formulas look interesting, but I'm a fan of 2nd gen since it has ceramides, and it feels like a more moisturizing and soothing formula. 

Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Cream vs Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Calming Gel Cream 

Water/Eau, Butylene Glycol, Glycerin, Niacinamide, Caprylyl Methicone, Pentylene Glycol, 1,2-Hexanediol, Eryngium Maritimum Callus Culture Filtrate, Cetearyl Olivate, Houttuynia Cordata Extract, Hydrogenated Polydecene, Ilex Aquifolium (Holly) Leaf Extract, Sorbitan Olivate, Dimethicone/Vinyl Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Streptococcus Thermophilus Ferment, Achillea Millefolium Oil, Ammonium Acryloyldimethyltaurate/VP Copolymer, Hydroxyacetophenone, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Carbomer, Tromethamine, Melia Azadirachta Leaf Extract, Melia Azadirachta Flower Extract, Adenosine, DNA, Lavandula Angustifolia (Lavender) Oil, Disodium EDTA, Silica, Coccinia Indica Fruit Extract, Citrus Aurantium Bergamia (Bergamot) Fruit Oil, Hydrolyzed Hibiscus Esculentus Extract, Lupinus Albus Seed Extract, Moringa Pterygosperma Seed Extract, Panthenol, Hedera Helix (Ivy) Extract, Amber Powder, Solanum Melongena (Eggplant) Fruit Extract, Ethylhexylglycerin, Curcuma Longa (Turmeric) Root Extract, Ocimum Sanctum Leaf Extract, Corallina Officinalis Extract, Moringa Oleifera Seed Oil, Madecassoside, Calcium Chloride, Asiatic Acid, Asiaticoside, Magnesium Sulfate, Madecassic Acid, Centella Asiatica Extract 

The formula of Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Calming Gel Cream is very similar to Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Cream, but both have many differences. One of the main differences is in the formula - one is lightweight, while the other one is rich. Even their skin type recommendation is not the same, since Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Cream is also recommended for sensitive skin, while Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Calming Gel Cream is recommended only for dry and irritated skin.

The full review of Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Calming Gel Cream is available on Kherblog. 

Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Cream vs Dr.Jart+ Cicapair Tiger Grass Calming Gel Cream - where to get and what's the price difference? We already know that Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Cream costs $42/(50ml/1.69oz) on Akoco. If you check Dr.Jart+ website both products cost $48. 

Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Cream


I made few reviews in the past of Cicapair products which you might want to check: 

Dr. Jart+ Cicapair Cream is way different from it's the younger sibling, but the reason why I would go with Cream version is the calming effect which my skin and your skin might also enjoy. If you have acne-prone skin with no reactions to essential oils, then Calming Gel Cream will be a better choice for you. 

Have you ever tried Cicapair series? Which product is your favourite?



*** This post was made in a collaboration with Akocoeven though it still shows my personal opinion on the topic and product. ***

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