A Superior Solution For Skin-Tone Stress
Many moons ago, Clinique made lots of spot-plagued women very happy by introducing Even Better Skin Tone Corrector, a serum that diminishes discoloration without hydroquinone, followed by a related foundation. Ever since, we've been waiting for the Even Better collection to expand, which it did just this month with the new Skin Tone Correcting Moisturizer SPF 20.
Complementary to its earlier Even Better cronies yet even more thorough, Skin Tone Correcting Moisturizer features the dynamic duo of vitamin C and ellagic acid, which work to effectively reduce hyperpigmentation while also acting as outstanding antioxidants. Meanwhile, a unique yeast complex helps to break up clusters of melanin.
However, the cream isn't limited to correction, offering plenty of preventative measures. Because weakened skin can become easily irritated-and consequently discolored-by environmental aggressors, Clinique employs a barrier-building blend of linoleic acid, cholesterol, wheat and olive to provide moisturizing protection, with a little insurance from anti-irritants turmeric and apple.
And of course, the first line of defense against future discoloration is the broad-spectrum sunscreen in the form of avobenzone, octisalate and octocrylene.
All of this potency is wrapped up in a lightly scented, comfortable cream that you'll probably think is even better than its predecessors.