One particular 'colour correcting' face cream has left masses of users in awe - with some so impressed, they say it has given them their confidence back.

The product receiving rave reviews is Dr.Jart's Cicapair Tiger Grass Colour Correcting Treatment, which promises to cover redness and even out your skin tone. A 15ml jar of the cream is currently available at Boots, in store and online, for £14.40.

The product was originally £18, but has been reduced ahead of Black Friday - meaning shoppers can save £3.60. The cream, which is infused with Tiger Grass, also boasts of a "skin-boosting" blend of herbs, minerals, a moisturising humectant, and a probiotic ferment "to soothe, calm, and moisturise the look of skin".

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A description of the cream reads: "This innovative green-to-beige cream adapts to skin’s natural colour to neutralise redness and even-out skin-tone. This all-in-one treatment covers blemishes and reduces the look of redness, reviving the appearance of fatigued skin for a vibrant look."

According to a consumer study, with 109 women between 20-50, after one week of use, 89% said skin felt soothed with moisture. As many as 88% also said skin looked less red and 85% claimed skin tone looked even.

In terms of directions for use, instructions suggest dabbing a small amount evenly across the face and blend, after moisturising. The cream will then change from green-to-beige as you massage it onto skin. It can be used for non-makeup days and could be used instead of primer on makeup days.

The cream promises to help with redness
The cream promises to help with redness

On the Boots website, the cream has been given an average score of 4.4 out of five stars, with more than 1,000 reviews. Many people have praised the cream for 'making them feel better about their skin'

In her five star review, Ashleigh said: "Honestly when I say this is the best thing I’ve ever tried, this is not an exaggeration I have my confidence back for the first time in years and without wearing actual makeup. My skin is glowing and looks healthy and all my redness and rosacea has completely been covered and my skin doesn’t feel sticky."

JG1968 added: "Very good concealer to hide red patches. It’s expensive but a little goes a very long way. I feel I need less foundation make up after using this product." DMitchell wrote: "I love this product it covers all the redness on my face it is not greasy & goes along way I use it every day."

Sophie said: "Removed redness and blemishes and completely evens out my skin tone. Have been using it instead of a foundation for the days where I want fewer skin products on my face. Recommend for paler skin tones."

However, there are a few people who have shared their issues. Elle says the cream made her looked "washed out", and said: "I bought this after reading some great reviews, unfortunately it just doesn't work for my skin. Yes it covers redness but the result is very light beige, I have light skin and this just made me look washed out it was so pale. Would be ideal for fair skin."

Harriet titled her review "more shades" as she told fellow shoppers: "Needs more shades, I’m very pale and all this did for me was give me large brown splodges all over. If you aren’t the perfect skin tone for the product, don’t waste your money!"

Elsewhere, shoppers can buy various other colour-correcting skincare creams on the market. On Amazon, shoppers can check out Erborian's CC Red Correct Anti-Redness Tinted Cream for £15. There's also the L'Oréal Paris Anti-Redness and Colour Correcting Cream for £8.28 on Amazon as part of a Black Friday deal.

Look Fantastic is selling a tube of NYX Professional Makeup HD Photogenic Concealer in green for £5.40. At Debenhams, shoppers can save 30% on Stila's One Step Correct serum, which is now £19.60.

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