A'Pieu Madecassoside Cream


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Both of these products contain Centella to soothe sensitive skin. Both showed improvement of dry skin and redness and calmed my rosacea.I found that A'Pieu cream was very similar to the Dr.Jart Cicapair Tiger Grass Cream. The A'Pieu cream felt slightly more watery than the Dr.Jart cream. The Dr.Jart cream is a little thicker and more oily.They both have a very similar fragrance and are not overpowering, the Dr.Jart fragrance is just a tad bit stronger. The packaging of the bottles is very similar and they are both 1.69 fl OZ. I would save with the A’Pieu cream.


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I have only tried Dr. Jart and the one part of the review I would like to know about is whether there is a dupe like it with the green color to also counteract redness? I would love to pay less but that the green concealing color to me plays in to the product.


Hey there ! So the color of Soko Glam’s cream is white and doesn’t have that green concealing factor but if you pair it with the Cicapair Tiger Grass Color Correcting treatment you should be fine ! That’s what I’ve been doing. I use the dupe Soko Glam moisturizer and the Dr.Jart color correcting treatment and it conceals my redness ! Hope this helps ?

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