Clinique Moisture Surge 72-Hour Review!

Hi, fashionistas!

I don’t know if you’ve heard, but Clinique just launched a brand new Moisture Surge! I’ve been using Clinique for years, and I’ve always been a fan of the Moisture Surge Extended Thirst Relief, but this product has surpassed its predecessor! Why is it so great, you ask? Here’s my review of this new and improved moisturizer!


It has activated aloe vera gel and hyaluronic acid, which are great for absorbing and retaining moisture. They work together to give you 72 hours of constant moisture, even after you wash your face, by training your skin to produce more water. These two ingredients are on every skincare enthusiast’s must-list when searching for a good moisturizer.

Something that surprised me about this product was that it kept me matte all day. I’ve never seen a moisturizer do that before! Usually, they make me look shiny throughout the day, so I can’t wear them under makeup, but this one controls my oil as it hydrates! How cool is that?

As you smooth it into your skin, it feels very velvety and soft. The formula is a gel consistency that is very light on the skin and absorbs easily. As someone with acne-prone skin, lightweight and oil-free formula is a must!

Until my next post, fashionistas! I highly recommend going to your local department store and checking it out. It’s saved my skin this winter, and I’m very thankful for that! As usual, you’ve done well, Clinique!

As always, I love my lovely readers!

xx,

Lauren

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Lauren Hochman is the owner and founder of Lifestyle on a Budget (formerly THE TEEN RUNWAY).

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2 Comments

  1. January 22, 2018 / 9:50 am

    ooh I’ve got to try this! I love the current moisture surge, sounds like I should try the new and upgraded version.

    • January 26, 2018 / 1:42 am

      Hi, Lena! Yeah, you should! It’s definitely going to be my go-to moisturizer regardless of the season! xx, Lauren 🙂

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