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Clinique Debuts Smart Custom-Repair Serum

June 12, 2014

Formulation delivers a targeted response to skin.

There is damage you see and damage you don’t, and both send signals that prompt Clinique’s new serum into action. The company’s latest creation—Clinique Smart Custom-Repair Serum ($59.50-$89) delivers targeted repair that visibly addresses skin’s changing needs.
 
The formulation targets uneven skin tone, dark spots or skin dullness with ingredients such as dianella ensifolia, morus nigra root extract, glucosamine and salicylic acid, to name a few. It also targets lines, wrinkles and firms skin with a blend of collagen boosting peptides and ingredients such as acetyl hexapeptide-8 and palmitoyl oligopeptide and whey protein and siegesbeckia orientalis. Also, Skin’s moisture levels are maintained with hyaluronic acid, barley extract, wheat germ extract and cucumber extract so that skin is well hydrated, supple and plump throughout the day.
 
More info: www.clinique.com
 

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