Today, I will be reviewing the very famous Clinique Moisture Surge Extended Thirst Relief. Read on to know whether this Clinique moisturizer met up to the standard of Clinique product or whether it was a dud.
Details about Clinique Moisture Surge Extended Thirst Relief
What is it?
Rapid, long-lasting hydration in a refreshing oil-free gel. Fast absorbing formula with active aloe delivers a burst of moisture. Smooths soften, plumps up fine dry lines. Locks in moisture all day with advanced hydration technology. Unique moisture balancing system helps skin better resist dehydration despite drastic shifts in humidity. Use whenever, wherever needed, under or over makeup. Or as a 5 min moisture mask. For all skin types. Lush cream-gel penetrates the skin, enhancing natural hyaluronic acid that is nature’s perfect moisture magnet. For 24 satisfying hours, skin is plumped, dewy and glowing from the inside out. Also, it is oil-free.
How to use
Use after 3-Step, or anytime skin needs a moisture boost.
Price and quantity
Rs 2050 for 50 ml
2 years from the date of manufacture
Sensitive skin alert
Natural/ vegan/ organic?
Nothing has been specified, so I guess it is none.
My experience with Clinique Moisture Surge Extended Thirst Relief
It comes in a cute plastic transparent tub with a silver cap, that has a mirror like a top. It has to be used with bare hands, hence increases chances of contamination. It is sturdy, has a stopper inside, so pretty travel-friendly
Colour and texture
It has a very light orangish pink color and has a gel crème texture which is absorbed easily by the skin.
It has a very weird smell, of chemicals or something, I definitely can’t call it a fragrance.
I had seen many great reviews about this product, but I was skeptical, seeing the price. But for once, I just decided to save up some money and invest it in skin care and that is the reason I purchased this Clinique moisture surge extended thirst relief creme. The texture, as it claims, is gel-like, creamy, easily absorbed by the skin, soft and light-weight. It is a pretty light orange in color. It has a weird fragrance and I can actually call it fragrance-free. It needs to be used with bare hands, hence increases chances of contamination. I originally purchased this for myself, but my mom loved this too. Off late, I have really dry skin, just on my cheeks due to a few pimples, here and there. I used this once in the night, after washing my face thoroughly, and observed that my skin wasn’t flaky and dry anymore the next morning. It was well moisturized and hydrated. I used it regularly for 2 weeks and noticed that my pimple marks (the ones that aren’t very deep) had lightened. I was pretty happy. But for the price, the quantity is really less. In all, if you are looking for a luxury skin care product, that moisturizes your skin and you are ok to invest in this, go ahead and buy the product.
Overall performance of Clinique Moisture Surge Extended Thirst Relief
- Pretty product color
- Easily absorbed by skin
- Helps moisturize and hydrate
- Helps lighten acne marks that aren’t so deep within the skin
- Help reduce dryness near the fine lines(wrinkles)
- Contains Aloe
- Contains hyaluronic acid (good for aging skin)
- Very expensive
- Less quantity
- Weird fragrance
- Chances of contamination are high since no spatula is provided
Would I repurchase or recommend this?
This is a pretty expensive product, I don’t know how long this would last, also, I don’t know if these results are temporary or permanent, i.e will the results go away if I stop using the product or not, depending on that, I will decide whether I purchase or not.
Glossypolish verdict: The Clinique moisture surge extended thirst relief is a good moisturizer, especially if you have sensitive or aging skin as this provides the right amount of moisture and thereby keeps your skin supple and healthy.
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