Dr Oz: CC Cream | OTC Dry Skin Solution CC Cream

Dr Oz: CC Cream | OTC Dry Skin Solution

Dr Oz CC Cream, Wednesday, December 19/12 – In Case You Missed It!

CC Cream

CC Cream

Dr Oz CC Cream, The OTC solution for dry skin and have a complexion that glows. Today Dr Oz’s breakthrough cure for problem skin can be found over the counter at your local drugstore. Dr Oz said you don’t have to go to a leading hospital or medical center to find the biggest breakthroughs in medicine, many of them are in your local pharmacy.

Today Dr Oz has the newest over the counter cure for your oldest complaint, dry skin. If you’re like anyone else with dry skin you have tried just about everything on the store shelves, try CC Cream!

Dr Oz Dry Skin Breakthrough Treatment

Dr Oz Dry Skin New Cure: “CC Creams” In days of old women used cold cream, the new breakthrough treatment for dry skin CC Creams. It’s a whole new multi tasking cream. CC stands for color and correct, it’s basically BB cream on steroids. It’s reved up, has better moisturizers, SPF, works on blemishes and skin imperfections.

You wear CC cream like a foundation all day long and the price of CC Creams cost $30 for a 3 month supply.

“The main difference,” she said, between color C.C. creams and B.B. creams is that C.C. creams “are slightly less transparent, so you get a little more color going on,”

The 3 CC Creams Dr Oz had on the show were:


The Olay CC cream targets hyperpigmentation, wrinkles, and blotchiness, and claims long-term spot-diminishing benefits. Many of the CC creams from Asia are packed with antioxidants like white tea and green tea, and the Rachel K version even has epidermal growth factor, which stimulates collagen production by speeding up your skin’s natural exfoliation.

Olay Total Effects CC Tone Correcting UV Moisturizer, $21.50, which just rolled out in drugstores. It has enough color to brighten up skin without covering freckles, and it leaves you feeling moisturized all day. It comes in three colors, and because the coverage is so minimal, it should work for every skin tone.

Next, Wei East Wei To Go Beauty Ideal Skin, $30, which also comes in three shades. It provides more coverage than your average BB cream, and this one comes in super-convenient re-sealable travel packets.

I googled CC Creams and checked out what Wikipedia had to say about the CC Creams Dr Oz talked about and here is what it has to say:

CC cream, also known as Color Control cream, is an improved and refined blemish balm cream or Beauty Balm created and developed in Korea. BB (Blemish Balm) cream was originally formulated in Germany and has in recent years gained a huge following in Asia and is quickly making its way to Europe and the USA for its skin-regenerating properties. CC cream is now also widely used in Asia to provide natural-looking skin coverage. While BB cream was manufactured primarily as a skincare product, CC cream was developed to retain all the skincare benefits of BB cream with added nourishing ingredients and the additional aim to provide more effective skin coverage. CC cream is the newest miracle beauty product available and was formulated with technology originating in industry-leader Japan and further developed in Korea.

CC Cream Benefits

The benefits of CC cream is said to include high SPF rating to ensure protection from damaging UVA and UVB rays. It also treats and covers uneven skin tones more effectively and blends with skin tone better than BB creams that sometimes appear too light on certain skin tones. A lighter texture than that of BB cream also allows for smoother application with a less oily finish, while remaining extremely nourishing to the skin. The end effect is said to be surprisingly natural and flawlessly radiant complexion than that of BB cream.

CC Cream Products

New brands on the market aside others include Rachel K, iFiona, and Tiannuo. The CC cream was made popular by Rachel K and has been prized by Hong Kong’s top makeup artists and Miss Universe beauty queens from around the world since it debuted in 2011. In 2012 CHANEL is the first international brand to sign on and launched its own CC (Complete Correction) Cream on the Chinese market. [20] In the Fall of 2012 Olay launched a CC Cream line in the United States. However, rumor has it that Olay is selling their old product as a re-branded CC Cream.

CC Cream vs BB Cream

CC creams, have a softer, almost mousse-like consistency. “Unlike BB creams, CC creams have a lighter texture,” says Rachel Kum, co-founder of Rachel K Cosmetics in Hong Kong. “This results in a formula that’s extremely easy to blend.” Whereas with BB Cream some find they don’t like the texture and thought they were too silicone-like and oily.

Many people with extremely fair or dark skin have complained that BB cream colors just don’t work for them — especially if that particular BB is only available in one “universal” shade. CC creams don’t have more color options, but they do blend more easily, which means the shades that are available can work for more people.