DD cream

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DD cream is a marketing term that followed the invention of BB creams and CC creams, and it often stands for dynamic do-all or daily defense.[1] There is no quantifiable definition of a DD cream that distinguishes it from BB or CC creams. Its definition in fashion media channels varies: for example, it is sometimes described as a BB/CC hybrid[2] with additional anti-aging properties,[1] or as combining "the protection properties of a BB cream and the colour correcting properties of a CC cream."[3][4] Like BB and CC creams, DD creams contain SPF, anti-aging, and moisturizing ingredients,[3] and differences between them and the BB and CC variants differ from brand to brand.

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  1. ^ a b Lukaitis, Natalie. "What is a DD cream and why do you need one?". marie claire.
  2. ^ Wischhover, Cheryl. "The Difference Between BB, CC and DD creams". FASHIONISTA.
  3. ^ a b Sinha, Ramona. "What's The Difference Between BB, CC, And DD Creams?". STYLECRAZE.
  4. ^ "BB Cream vs CC Cream: Which is best for your skin type?". 17 December 2020.