What the Latest Crop of Alphabet Creams Can Do For Your Skin
Pond’s Luminous Finish BB+ Cream ($11) will surprise you: it goes on smoothly and gives skin a finish that looks much more expensive than its $10 price tag—plus it fades dark spots over time thanks to a special complex.
Elizabeth Arden’s Visible Difference Multi-Targeted BB Cream ($32) delivers a radiant, light-reflecting look with a light floral scent. It has licorice extract to brighten and hyaluronic acid for hydration.
YSL’s lightweight Top Secrets All-In-One BB Cream ($50) delivers sheer coverage that’s full of vitamin C to brighten and rose de mai extract to soften skin.
Ren’s Satin Perfection BB Cream Sunscreen ($38) goes on rich but blends into a satiny, medium-coverage finish. It has camellia seed oil to hydrate and anti-oxidants to even skintone.
L’Oreal’s lightweight Visible Lift CC Cream ($13) goes on white, adjusts to your colouring, and soaks in immediately. Bonus? Vitamin C and calcium brighten and nourish skin.
On the other end of the spectrum is Chanel’s CC Cream Complete Correction Sunscreen ($55). It goes on thick, but soaks in to deliver a light sheen and medium coverage.
Yes to Grapefruit’s new CC Cream ($16) soaks in quickly and gives skin a bronzed glow, plus it has evodia fruit to gradually even and brighten skin tone.
Dr. Brandt Skincare’s CC Glow Broad Spectrum SPF 30 ($39) creates a hydrated, illuminated complexion while brightening skin over time with vitamin C and alpha arbutin.
Julep’s DD Crème ($36) keeps skin moisturized with hibiscus and olive extracts while providing medium coverage and a smooth finish.
Looking for more shade options? Ofra’s DD Cream ($30) has ten, all of which hydrate, brighten, and deliver anti-ageing benefits.
DermaDoctor’s DD Dermatologically Defining BB Cream Broad Spectrum SPF 30 ($38) is a cocktail of ingredients to mattify, brighten, minimise pores, and even skintone.
DermaDoctor DD Dermatologically Defining BB Cream Broad Spectrum SPF 30 ($38)