Get your daily dose of vitamin C with Clinique’s new Fresh Pressed franchise
Feed your skin
If the words 'radically radiant' register even a smidgen on your skincare radar, then you'd better get on the programme that delivers the goodness of pure vitamin C at its highest concentrate. Dubbed Fresh Pressed, Clinique has whipped up a power system that packs the benefits of brightening, re-texturising, de-ageing and smoothing into two, easy-to-use steps that comprises of a Daily Booster and Powder Cleanser to fast track your skin to greatness.
Starting with the latter, which contains an ultra-fine powder milled with pure vitamin C, a (totally travel-friendly) sachet a day jumpstarts the skin as the water-activated formula lathers into a rich foam to instantly purify, brighten and awaken your complexion. This begins the cellular renewal process and allows the skin to better absorb the booster treatment, a unique product that isolates the vitamin C actives in a sealed chamber until you're ready to break it open to mix the 10 per cent pure concentrate into the serum base.
Cleverly designed and packaged to keep it factory fresh via a lightproof bottle so that the vitamin C remains at optimum potency even after a week, one pump of the booster dispenses a cocktail of powerful anti-ageing and revitalising ingredients. Perfect for adding into a dollop of your favourite moisturiser as a powerful supplement — or simply used on its own — Fresh Pressed is the de-ageing dynamic duo that's a top-shelf must-have to flaunt enviable, younger looking skin.
Fresh Pressed is available exclusively at Sephora until 16 April and subsequently at all Clinique counters
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