BB, CC Cream and Tinted Moisturizers: Makeup Foundation’s sovereignty at risk?

If you want to reduce redness and hyperpigmentation, CC creams are fantastic.


We all want our skin to look perfect, stay hydrated and stun people with its flawlessness when makeup is done; however, it might seem simple in a single sentence, but it is clearly not in reality! For all these beauty goals to be fulfilled, we need to have a regular skincare and a good makeup product that suits us well. But did you know that some beauty products can really do all these things together and can even add to your skincare?

BB Cream

BB creams are cosmetic balms that treat blemishes, are more moisturising, and can give the skin a lovely shine, making them the perfect choice for dry skin types. BB creams are multipurpose cosmetics that can be used as a foundation, primer, moisturiser, and even provide SPF protection to shield your skin from the sun.

CC Cream

CC creams are light-coverage colour correctors. If you want to reduce redness and hyperpigmentation, CC creams are fantastic. CC creams frequently contain skin-friendly anti-aging ingredients that reduce the visibility of spots and wrinkles and provide a more realistic matte finish to an almost invisible makeup effect.

Tinted Moisturizers

When it comes to sheer-to-no coverage, hydration, and a little bit of sun protection, tinted moisturisers are useful if you want to give your skin a natural summer glow without looking overly cakey. Additionally, it’s like applying a very mild formulation of pigment on your face.

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