Arnica All-Cover Pot VS. Lychee Cream Corrector

Since the launch, we’ve been asked “what’s the difference between Lychee Cream Corrector and the Arnica All-cover Pot?” and “do I need both?”. 

Well, there a few considerable differences and some similarities between the two products so we’re going to help break them down for you.

The Arnica All-cover Pot is a foundation/concealer hybrid. Its medium coverage helps cover blemishes, dark circles, and other imperfections on the skin. A staple for on-the-go touch ups providing all-over versatility for all skin types, particularly oily. 

The Lychee Cream Corrector is formulated to help neutralise redness, plus disguise imperfections like breakouts and dark circles. It’s a lightweight yet concentrated complexion rescue crème - amazing for precision coverage and under-eye brightening! Its creaseless liquid formula is creamier than the Arnica All-cover Pot and great for all skin types giving a dewy natural finish. 

Let’s break it down…

Both Lychee Cream Corrector and Arnica All-cover Pot effortlessly melt into the skin for a seamless blend and suit all skin types. 


If skin is oily, concealers can slip throughout the day, so be sure to set them with a powder like Ere Perez Corn Setting Powder. It's naturally formulated to absorb excess oil and help set makeup seamlessly, all day. 

To get the best out of your concealers and correctors, use a lightweight moisturiser such as Ere Perez Moringa All-Beauty Cream to give skin a smooth base.  


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