BB creams have become very popular with women in no time. They are designed to restore skin damaged by cosmetic procedures.
In recent years, other similar creams have emerged: CC, DD, PP, and US creams. Its means what differentiates them from each other and for which skin type each is suitable.
BB is short for “beauty balm”. It can hydrate facial skin and relieve irritation, but cannot remove other moisturizers. Combines with any type of skin.
CC stands for “color control”. These types of creams were created to revitalize facial skin with a yellowish or reddish appearance. They contain elements that leave your skin fresh and give it a smooth and uniform texture. They are not the best option for people with oily or problem skin.
DD creams, whose letters stand for “daily defense”, help protect and care for the skin. They are very good at protecting your skin from the sun’s rays. However, they are not worth using too much, as they can block your pores. They work best on older skins.
The PP cream or “perfect pink” is a base for applying makeup. The silicon particles they contain fill all the irregular parts of the skin, leaving it smooth and even. PP creams are suitable for any skin type, but should be used in conjunction with other facial products. After applying it, you should add a layer of tonal cream on top.
EE (extra exfoliation) creams renew the skin and remove dead cells, in addition to protecting and hydrating the skin from the sun. Some combine defense against ultraviolet light with protection against acne. EE creams should not be used very often and are not recommended for people with thin or sensitive skin.
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