Clinique Vitamin C Lip Smoothie

by Pippa Jackson on Tuesday, 28 July 2009

Looking for a new lip colour to keep your lips looking luscious and younger for longer? Well, those clever people at Clinique have taken powerful, ‘good for you’ ingredients and squeezed them into a gorgeous, colourful lip product.

The new Clinique Vitamin C Lip Smoothie Antioxidant Lip Colour gives luscious colour in ten juicy shades rich in moisture and shine. Think of it as an antioxidant fruit smoothie, for the lips.

The benefits:

Over time lips become vulnerable to lines and wrinkles. They can become thinner and drier and lose a bit of their colour – so it’s important to take extra care of them. Clinique's vitamin-packed formula is enriched with a cocktail of anti-ageing ingredients to keep them in tiptop condition.

Key antioxidants include:

- Vitamin C helps to improve the look and feel of the lips

- Pomegranate helps protect lips against environmental aggressors and defend against future damage

- Açaí Berry is considered to have one of the highest levels of antioxidants among all fruits. Combined with the other antioxidants, açaí berry helps protect against oxidative stress, which causes premature ageing.

With continued use, this mix of nutrients can help reduce the appearance of lip lines caused by ageing. Plus it delivers gorgeous colour.

And it looks great too!

The new Clinique Vitamin C Lip Smoothie Antioxidant Lip Colour is non-sticky and super moisturising to give you soft, smooth lips with colour that really lasts. The handy brush applicator supplies just the right amount of colour to accessorise the perfect pout.

Clinique Vitamin C Lip Smoothie Antioxidant Lip Colour is available in gorgeous, juicy shades ranging from opaque to shimmery. Our favourite is Figalicious!

Clinique Vitamin C Lip Smoothie Antioxidant Lip Colour, £13.50. Available at Clinique counters nationwide from 24th July 2009 or online at

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