OCC Skin: Conceal comes packaged in a clear plastic compact, and the product itself is solid like the kind of lip balm that comes in tins and pots. As soon as you rub the surface with your finger, the product melts into a creamy consistency that's neither oily nor waxy.
I also tried applying the concealer on slightly larger areas where I tend to get redness, such as between my eyebrows and around my nose. While the concealer did a great job at covering the redness, it did tend to make patches of rougher skin texture more noticeable. Applying the product with a damp makeup sponge to make it a little thinner might help with this, but I didn't have any on hand to try this out. I also didn't try to apply the product with a brush because I prefer not to use brushes with cream products, so I can't speak to how well that would work.
Overall I like OCC Skin: Conceal much better than my old Tarte concealer, and think it's a great product for those like me who like a natural, minimal-makeup look but want to cover minor skin imperfections. Worn with the matching tinted moisturizer or even an otherwise bare face, you can hide a spot or two while still looking natural--and using fairly natural ingredients to boot.