London: Clinique has unveiled its new weapon in the war against anti-ageing, Superdefense SPF25 Age Defense Moisturizer.
This latest version of Superdefense aims to help combat the internal, psychological stress that ages skin in a similar way as external stresses such as sun and pollution.
A key component in the formula to address psychological stress is Red Microalgae Extract, harvested off the coast of Israel in the Mediterranean Sea.
As its name suggests, the revamped Superdefense SPF25 also contains a powerful sunscreen, and other materials that boost the skins natural protective function. These include Cats Claw, a South American herb that boosts the immune system and the skins ability to repair DNA; RNA Fragments, which also boost and protect repair capacity; and four powerful anti-oxidants: vitamin C, vitamin E, ferulic acid and rosemary extract.
Aiding this process are ingredients such as marine plant peacocks tail, murumuru butter and trehalose.
Clinique Superdefense SPF25 Age Defense Moisturizer will go on sale from October. It will be available in three skin-typed formulas: Very Dry to Dry, Dry Combination, and Combination Oily to Oily. The recommended domestic price points are 38 for 50ml and 52 for 50ml.