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Whether or not you’re a beauty expert, you’ve probably experienced dry, red skin during the cold winter months. There’s just something about that frigid air that wreaks havoc on skin that’s been exposed for too long.
If your current moisturizer isn’t up to the job of hydrating and protecting your skin during the coldest months, consider switching to a best-selling Clinique formula. Right now, all the brand’s best moisturizers are on sale for 30% off at Nordstrom.
Whether you have extremely dry skin that gets flaky after a few hours or oily skin prone to breakouts, there’s a Clinique moisturizer for you. The Even Better Skin Tone Correcting Moisturizer Cream is a great option if your skin craves intense moisture, plus it’s formulated with SPF for sun protection. If you prefer a more lightweight gel formula, try the Moisture Surge 100-Hour Auto-Replenishing Hydrator Face Moisturizer, designed to penetrate even the deepest layers of your skin with moisture.
Clinique Moisture Surge 100-Hour Auto-Replenishing Hydrator Face Moisturizer, $30.80-$57.40 (Orig. $44-$82)
If heavy cream moisturizers aren’t your fave, add the Clinique Moisture Surge 100-Hour Auto-Replenishing Hydrator Face Moisturizer to your daily skin care regimen. It really does hydrate skin for hours despite its lightweight gel texture.
Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Cream, $22.75 (Orig. $32.50)
Shoppers love the Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Cream. It has 4.8 out of 5 stars, and many customers call it their favorite moisturizer.
Clinique Even Better Skin Tone Correcting Moisturizer Cream SPF 20, $39.20 (Orig. $56)
Consolidate your skin care routine by investing in this Clinique Even Better Skin Tone Correcting Moisturizer Cream with built-in SPF 20.
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