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Seeing Red? Here's a Solution

November 30, -0001

Coming to Clinique counters in February is new Redness Solutions Instant Relief Mineral Powder ($32.50), which is lab-certified to immediately neutralize visible redness, according to Clinique. The powder contains a patent-pending complex rich in natural anti-irritants with a precise yellow shade custom created by Clinique to blend seamlessly into the skin. The formulation contains caffeine and extracts of magnolia bark, poria cocos (mushroom) and citrus grandis peel (grapefruit), as well as vitamin E. Using advanced double-processing technology borrowed from the pharmaceutical industry—a first for Clinique—each particle is suspended in air while uniformly treated with a combination of natural minerals and anti-irritation ingredients. An ultra-rotor machine then compresses the powder into uniform platelets with refined edges that deliver creamy texture and optimal laydown for even, natural-looking coverage that is gentle and comforting to the skin.

More info: www.clinique.com
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