BB Cream, CC Cream or DD Cream.. HELP!

BB Cream, CC Cream or DD Cream … The very name evokes only questions, there are so many different skin care products available,  you don’t know what they can do for your skin.
Colored day creams and ordinary  foundations are old news because, now the trend is BB and CC creams. Further this year the DD-cream also enter the list of beauty creams. What do all these creams for your skin and how you can distinguish them, that is the question!
BB Cream

BB cream: The BB (Blemish Balm) cream is a kind of ‘all-in-one’ cream and replaces moisturizer, foundation, sunscreen, moisturizer and it contains a number of antioxidants. So you do not need multiple layers and lubricating creams can make everything at once, perfect for the busy woman. It is a cream with some color so you have the foundation result but do not feel that you have used foundation. So freckles can disappear without having you skin become darker. The only danger is that you need to apply the cream all over your face and not just in certain places , so you will be protected from the sun,.


The CC-cream: CC stands for “corrective color” and is primarily intended for women with sensitive skin who suffer from redness or a pale color. The cream is lighter in texture and covers slightly less than the BB cream. The difference between the two creams is quite small but the CC cream contains more anti-aging serums and corrects your skin tone. Interesting and certainly if you have a less uniform or less good skin. The CC-cream comes in two different colors: green color to protect red spots and a peach color for tired skin. Ideal for women who have sensitive skin and do not like too much foundation. Manufacturers emphasize that CC cream is not just for older women because there is an anti-wrinkle factor is processed. Because it is a nourishing cream, it is of course obvious that younger women may also have CC-cream. Research has shown that the CC cream gives better coverage than the BB cream.


The DD-cream: American beauty brand Julep now launching a DD-cream late June, DD is short for “Dynamic Do All ‘. They describe the cream as a BB cream that goes even further, so in

addition to the basic ingredients of a BB cream there are additional skin care serums in like a CC cream. The cream covers over a BB cream and has more ingredients than a CC cream. The DD-cream Julep has an SPF of 25, contains two anti- agingserums, olive and hibiscus extract to moisturize the skin and has a light texture. For ladies who can not choose between a BB and a CC cream. 

What is BB cream anyway?

BB cream stands for Blemish Balm cream. As the word implies blemish, BB cream, face cream for women who have a skin with a small imperfection. Of course you do not have a pimple or freckle way to work in order to use. BB cream You can also  appreciate a nude look more.

BB Cream vs. CC Cream: What’s the difference?

These new formulas are basically an inflated version of tinted moisturizers with added benefits. They are a quick fix to give your skin a boost, but I do not think they have as much impact as the application of a separate serum, moisturizer and sunscreen. They do not cover the skin imperfections, as well as using a good foundation, and they do not come in many colors, but I still love to wear them to the gym as a quick and easy, one-step way all to get goods in an easy go.

To apply them, use your fingers to a dab of cream to your choice mixing light over the face, including the eyelids. For my trips to the gym, I apply the cream, lettuce powder, and just swipe on a little black mascara and lip balm, and I’m out the door.

Coming up a Review of a BB Cream from DR. Grandel…


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