August 28, 2013

Dermadoctor DD Cream Dermatologically Defining BB Cream for Fall 2013

Dermadoctor DD Cream Dermatologically Defining BB Cream

Is it a DD Cream or a BB Cream? Apparently Dermadoctor DD Cream Dermatologically Defining BB Cream is both. Way to kill two birds with one stone babe!

Dermadoctor DD Cream Dermatologically Defining BB Cream ($38) is a self adjusting beauty balm available in a single shade with an SPF 30.

Self-Adjusting Coverage
Evens Skin Tone
Minimizes Pores
Blemish Soothing
Reduces Redness
Enhances Vibrancy

This one addresses a whole host of things….!

I admit I want to try it.

Sorry DD Creams are the wave of the future so best get on board with the trend now as a lot more is coming your way as Spring 2014 approaches.



Self-adjusting coverage
Mineral-based broad spectrum sunscreen SPF30
Allergy tested, hypoallergenic, non irritating, non drying, non comedogenic, vegan, fragrance free, synthetic dye free, paraben free, gluten free, phthalaate free, no animal testing.

Apply to clean dry skin, use alone, as a foundation primer or follow with cosmetics as desired. Do not seek additional sun exposure. Contains broad spectrum SPF 30. For best result, apply generously 15 minutes prior to sun exposure. Reapply every 2 ho

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    • the Muse

      no that you have to do yourself but I have other product suggestions that do that 😀

  • Taryn

    I kinda want to try this one!
    At least in this case the DD kinda makes since because it is DermaDoctor and then they put Dermatologically Defining. So it’s not like they are just slapping the next letters in the alphabet on. I feel like they are trying to be cute about it.

  • Peter

    What’s next? GG creams? Let’s just go down the whole alphabet while we’re at it! Even Korea does not have “DD creams” yet! This is all marketing crap! They’re all basically glorified versions of a TINTED MOISTURIZER! -sigh-

  • Kim

    I’ve tried it. It does do everything it says but it is heavy and difficult to apply. Not just tinted moisturizer. I was worried the self-adjusting color wouldn’t work on my fair skin, no problem. Other products went on well, no blotchiness. Good product but not an everyday must have.

  • mindy

    if the BB’s don’t do ALL the things they advertise, and the CC’s don’t either,
    what are we idiots???? NO go…..advertising BS. Jeez…we always WANT the next thing hoping, hoping, hoping, and they laugh all the way to the bank.
    Sorry for venting, I’m still looking for the BB that works, and the cc that works……..with drawers filled with crap and no savings.
    You’re beautiful the way you are Ladies, and the man who says he loves you will love you without makeup at night.

    • Isabella Muse

      Mindy, I think maybe that’s the fun of makeup and beauty…trying new things and seeing if they work for us. I’m a beauty lover and I’ve had my fair share of disappointing products but it isn’t the end all because there are so many great return policies so if we hate it we can always bring it back 🙂 I have a very healthy savings account and I’m not putting myself in any debt by enjoying makeup/skincare/etc if I was I’d be worried 🙂 And I agree we are all beautiful just the way we are but make is supposed to be fun and a great way to inspire us to create something different! Don’t take it so seriously 🙂

  • mindy

    hey Musekin, I truly get the fun and creativity of beauty products, I just hate getting duped…..shine on