Review: Etude House CC Cream Silky

First… I want to thank my brother for giving me this. Hihihi. I requested him to buy this CC Cream when he was in Seoul for vacation. πŸ˜›

I think this is not yet available in Etude House PH branches but you can find some on online shops. πŸ™‚

Btw, Silky is for oily skin while Glow is for dry skin

The packaging…. Tadaaaa! It’s simple and classy. I thought it’s classy because of the design and the color? ^____________^


Here are the description, directions and the ingredients.



This is my first time to use a cc/bb cream that has pump. I don’t see any problems with this one yet but Im sure it’ll be difficult to pump when the cc cream is almost empty. πŸ˜›


Here’s my swatch. ^o^etude house CC cream silky

Color:Β  It’s changing into my skin tone while I’m spreading it. πŸ™‚

Coverage: It’s just sheer so if you don’t have much to hide this will do well alone. I use this as makeup base because I need more coverage. πŸ˜›

Scent: It’s relaxing plus it’s completely tolerable.

Thickness: It looks thick at first but when you evenly spread it, it feels light on the skin

Effectiveness: They say this is for oily… hmmm. this doesn’t stay long on my super oily face. πŸ˜›


  • Make skin smoother
  • Gives instant glow
  • It matches my skin tone
  • It’s like bb cream BUT with more benefits
  • The scent is amazing
  • No parabens and mineral oil


  • I don’t like pumps πŸ˜›
  • Doesn’t help with oil control

I don’t notice the other benefits yet. I might see changes when I use it longer. πŸ™‚

Have you tried any CC cream? πŸ™‚


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