Etude House Correct & Care SPF30 CC Creams (Quick Review)
(Quick note to say sorry I’ve been a little busy the past few days so I haven’t had the time to take a look at all the messages or reply to them yet. I’ll get down to it as soon as I’m able!)
I’ve always known Korean budget brand Etude House for their cute packaging and nice nail and lip colors, but I admit I’ve never been tempted to try their skincare or base products.
The past month while the hubby was in Seoul, one of the surprises he came back with were these 2 tubes of Etude House’s new Correct & Care CC Creams. I was immediately curious because these are like the Revlon Bare Naturale tinted moisturizers from awhile ago. They come out white, but when you start rubbing it into the skin, tiny globes of pigments get mixed into the base, and the CC Cream “adjusts” to a skin-toned shade.
Both of them look equally white until you blend them out a bit.
Like most BB and CC Creams, these have very low coverage. They just impart a bit of glow and even out the skintone.
Etude House CC Creams are better for slightly dry skins as well. They go on quite moist and stay very dewy-looking, which is great if you want that look. But I don’t think it will work well on combination or oily skins.