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What is a CC cream?

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CC creams came on the heels of the BB creams perhaps also capitalizing on the alliteration. Learn what a CC Cream does.

Zoe Diana Draelos, MDCC creams came on the heels of the BB creams perhaps also capitalizing on the alliteration.  CC stands for color corrector.  These creams are designed to normalize the color of the skin and are similar in formulation to a facial foundation.  Again, they are lightly tinted moisturizers to even out facial dyspigmentation.

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