Moisture Surge CC Cream from Clinique is the New Dream Cream

29 Jul

Moisture Surge CC Cream Hydrating Colour Corrector Broad Spectrum SPF 30

Right around now (in the dog days of summer), you either have a great tan or your skin is taking a beating from the sun, heat, and humidity.

If you’re leaning to the latter, you may want to try a multi-tasking product that uses colour correcting technology to enhance your skin’s natural radiance.

Clinique’s new Moisture Surge CC Cream SPF 30/FPS 30 Hydrating Colour Corrector is an instant complexion perfector with clinically proven results showing immediate and all day hydration (just what your skin needs right now).

Colour Correction

Clinique’s colour correcting technology uses light to achieve glowing and healthy-looking skin. Dual-layered colour correcting optics scatter light multi-dimensionally and in the process neutralize your skin’s complexion making it more uniform-looking.


Moisture Surge CC Cream SPF 30/FPS 30 Hydrating Colour Corrector contains Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Water and Hyaluronic Acid which both provide a refreshing burst of hydration. Water-binding agents, such as Trehalose and Sorbitol, protect skin against humidity conditions.


The formula in this CC Cream includes a blend of sunscreens for UVA/UVB protection and antioxidants such as Vitamin E to protect against the environment.

Application Details

Moisture Surge CC Cream has a light texture that glides on easily. It comes in six shades that reach a broad range of skin tones. The moderate coverage  provides a natural and radiant finish. It can be worn alone or applied under foundation.

You can find Moisture Surge CC Cream at Clinique counters nationwide and at starting July 2013.


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