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New Product Alert: Clinique Continuous Rescue Antioxidant Moisturizer

I read something interesting about Clinique the other day: Did you know that its ad campaign has followed the same format from day one? With the exception of the Happy campaign, Clinique almost always chooses a white background and a beauty shot of the product. I like the consistent nature of the ads, but I like new products even more. And this one sounds like something I'd like to try.

Continuous Rescue Antioxidant Moisturizer ($39.50) is a new three-piece line of facial moisturizers. The formula has eight antioxidants, some of which are immediately active, while others have a delayed release. The idea is that antioxidants fight free radicals that cause aging, and this moisturizer—available for dry, combination, and oily skin—will constantly deliver the good stuff.

I'm planning to sample this the next time I head to the Clinique counter, but the absence of SPF makes me a little hesitant to buy it. (Another skin care step in the morning? Too much!) But it is a good reminder to eat more antioxidant-rich foods such as blueberries. If you need a healthy weekend treat, check out this fish dish, which won Clinique's contest for antioxidant-rich recipes.

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prettywriter prettywriter 8 years
I had exactly the opposite experience - I tried it and loved it. I'm on my second tube (the first lasted me almost 5 months) and my skin is noticeably clearer, with no other changes in my skin care regimen. Anyway, I'm a fan.
kitson1 kitson1 8 years
I was a manager for a clinique counter when this shit came out...I really mean shit, literally. We had to go to clinique classes to learn about new products, and the regional instructor couldn't even really give a good explanation of what the use is for this product. It's okay as a basic moisturizer, but its no different than the rest of the crap in their line. If you want the same skincare for less money, you should seriously hit up the drugstore for some cetaphil or neutrogena. The only "wonder" product is probably the turnaround concentrate, as mentioned above, but it's a topical exfoliator, not a moisturizer, and the effect wears off after 3/4 of a bottle.
careyjr3 careyjr3 8 years
I used this stuff, and it made my skin itch and become really dry. That has never happened before! I can't believe I wasted so much money on it!
Pixistyx Pixistyx 8 years
I wanted to try this since it came out but it's a little out of my price range for a moisturizer. I liked that you can choose from oily, combo & dry skin formulas.
RCLdesigngirl RCLdesigngirl 8 years
Okay, I tried this when it first came out and I am totally un-impressed. And depressed by how un-impressed I am! The Total Turnaround Concentrate is the ticket.
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