It should have been expected that the alphabet list would just go on and on… but currently, it stops at DD. So here it goes! What is DD cream?
Gaining its first popularity in Korea (oh, we should have known!), it stands for “dynamic do-all” or “Daily Defense” which is a super cream in that contains all of the hydrating, sun-protecting and skin-correcting goodness of BB and CC creams plus a near-prescription grade emphasis on anti-aging.
Julep is the first cosmetic company to release these DD creams.
The anti-aging speciality of the cream works to diminish wrinkles and fine lines throughout use. Additionally, DD cream will balance skin tone and protect the most sensitive areas of your skin. With continued usage, you will see improvements on your fine lines and wrinkles, so it is recommended to incorporate into your daily skincare regime!
Having a headache over which to choose and use? Fret not, those who require a product that targets ageing skin problems should opt for DD creams as combating wrinkles and fine lines is the main priority of DD creams.
While those who are looking for moisturising agents which protects the skin from UV rays, should opt for BB creams and CC creams which are similar to BB creams but contain a higher colour content, should solve those facing redness and uneven complexion problems.
Of course, there are critics which pointed out that all these creams are just marketing gimmicks, but what bothers me somehow is why isn’t DD creams known as AA creams instead since it mainly focuses on the problems of ‘Anti-Ageing’…?