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- Clinique Aftersun Rescue With Aloe
Clinique Aftersun Rescue With Aloe 150ml
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Clinique After Sun Rescue with Aloe is an intensely moisturising lotion that helps to rescue and repair sun-exposed skin. Its ultra-soothing aloe formula minimises the appearance of sun-damage and visibly reduces peeling.
This is truly the perfect remedy after a day of sunbathing: redness is reduced and cell renewal is stimulated, and with an oil-free, non-acnegenic formula it is suitable for everyone.
Written by Carly Cochrane, Beauty Editor
Skin Type: Dry
Ingredient Highlights: Vegan friendly and contains dimethicone, hyaluronic acid, linoleic acid, squalane, stearic acid and vitamin c.
Formulated without: Fragrance, oil, parabens, phthalates and contains no animal derived ingredients.
Good to know: Dermatologically tested, hypoallergenic and non-acnegenic.
If you're looking to prevent sun damage and to soothe the effects of sun damage then the squalane contained in this Clinique item is the ideal solution for you. The vitamin c in this item will also work to protect the skin from free radical and UV damage and to enhance uv protection.
How do you use it?
- Apply generously to clean, dry skin after a day in the sun
- Can be used more than once a day
Clinique proved that beautiful skin can be created. Ever since they resculpted the industry with their revolutionary ideas and groundbreaking formulas, Clinique continue to lead the way in cosmetics. Offering a high-performing production line, Clinique are your best friend in beauty.
Delivery & Returns
This product is eligible for free standard delivery with Beauty Bay. Orders are expected to arrive 3-5 days after dispatch. Express/Next day delivery option available. Worldwide delivery generally available, delivery costs vary by region, full list and postage costs available during checkout.
The returns policy for this retailer is around 14 days, see their website for further information.