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Clinique Moisture Surge 72hour Auto-Replenishing Hydrator 75ml £37 @ Boots Free Click & Collect
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Clinique Moisture Surge 72hour Auto-Replenishing Hydrator 75ml £37 @ Boots Free Click & Collect

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Posted 17th JanEdited by:"money_saving_mamma"

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I have really dry skin and this has been a god send, this pot should last around 6 months if you use it correctly. I love it, yes I get it's abit pricey but it really works. I love the moisture spray aswell just after i've had a shower.

Product details
Our enhanced Moisture Surge with activated aloe water helps skin create its own internal water source. A light, refreshing gel-cream that keeps it almost twice as hydrated at the end of the day than it did before. Delivers an instant moisture boost.

What it does:
•Works nonstop for 72 hours, leaving skin endlessly plump and dewy - even after washing your face.
• Provides both immediate and long-term hydration. Helps plump up fine, dry lines and quickly restores hydration and binds water to skin.
• Skin stays soft and comfortable in changing climates allowing skin to adjust to shifts in humidity and temperature which can result in loss of hydration.
• Helps restore proper moisture balance whilst helping to protect against environmental damage.

Auto-Replenishing Technology uses Caffeine to kick-start skin’s own water ‘pump,’ while activated Aloe Water, Humectants and Hyaluronic Acid attract and lock in moisture.

How to use:
Can be used AM and PM after cleansing.

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Unless this is enriched with bull semen then 37 quid for a jar of cream is ridiculous!
drivay17/01/2020 12:51

Unless this is enriched with bull semen then 37 quid for a jar of cream is …Unless this is enriched with bull semen then 37 quid for a jar of cream is ridiculous!


For someone that suffers with dry skin, I can personally say I would spend the £37 knowing that it helps my skin.
Worth every penny
money_saving_mamma17/01/2020 12:52

For someone that suffers with dry skin, I can personally say I would spend …For someone that suffers with dry skin, I can personally say I would spend the £37 knowing that it helps my skin.


From that point I can understand and sympathise, but it's marketed heavily for the 'beauty' market. I suffer with horrendous psoriasis and some spots of eczema. I've never once seen anything like this marketed at a medical problem.

If it helped everyone as well as it has helped you, it should of been torn apart by the pharma industry as it would make a lot more money and solved a lot more dermalogical issues, but on an individual basis I'm happy that you can manage your dry skin!
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drivay17/01/2020 13:19

From that point I can understand and sympathise, but it's marketed heavily …From that point I can understand and sympathise, but it's marketed heavily for the 'beauty' market. I suffer with horrendous psoriasis and some spots of eczema. I've never once seen anything like this marketed at a medical problem.If it helped everyone as well as it has helped you, it should of been torn apart by the pharma industry as it would make a lot more money and solved a lot more dermalogical issues, but on an individual basis I'm happy that you can manage your dry skin!


Unfortunately the NHS is all about making money and clinique would not make any money working for the government that's why it's probably offered as a beauty product. I highly recommend it. I suffer with psoriasis on my nose and ears and that's why I use it. It keeps my skin moisturized. I've used every medicine cream offered and this seems to be the one that works for me. Maybe when its reduced abit more give it a whirl
The Aldi version is supposedly really good - reviews here - very, very similar to Moisture Surge and there's quite a few begging Aldi to re-stock it. My sister is a Clinique fan and uses Moisture Surge and rates it too. Hopefully they'll bring it back.

They brought out a 3 Step System around the same time, sister didn't rate that one.
louiselouise17/01/2020 13:49

The Aldi version is supposedly really good - reviews here - very, very …The Aldi version is supposedly really good - reviews here - very, very similar to Moisture Surge and there's quite a few begging Aldi to re-stock it. My sister is a Clinique fan and uses Moisture Surge and rates it too. Hopefully they'll bring it back.They brought out a 3 Step System around the same time, sister didn't rate that one.


I might have to try that one then. I found it on holiday when I was actually on the plane. Thought I'd give it a whirl as it was heavily reduced and have used it ever since. Yes it's expensive but if it helps then I don't mind paying. It always leaves my skin feeling soft and great when I do want to actually wear make up. If I don't use it I can really tell the difference
money_saving_mamma17/01/2020 13:58

I might have to try that one then. I found it on holiday when I was …I might have to try that one then. I found it on holiday when I was actually on the plane. Thought I'd give it a whirl as it was heavily reduced and have used it ever since. Yes it's expensive but if it helps then I don't mind paying. It always leaves my skin feeling soft and great when I do want to actually wear make up. If I don't use it I can really tell the difference



TJ Hughes sometimes stocks the Intense/30ml for £14.95-ish if you're near one - I gave my sister both the Clinique version (Intense variety) and the aforementioned Aldi version as part of her Xmas bundle.

In fact, Moisture Surge Intense 50ml is £23.22 at Amazon (£22.95 from Crazy Kangaroo/third party seller) right now amazon.co.uk/dp/…IV2

Intense/30ml is £14.15amazon.co.uk/Cli…H0C
Regular Moisture Surge 75ml is £31.68amazon.co.uk/Moi…3M1

She's used both regular and intense varieties, will have to ask her what the difference, if any, is. I don't use Clinique, though I am a bit of a skincare junkie.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 17th Jan
money_saving_mamma17/01/2020 13:34

Unfortunately the NHS is all about making money and clinique would not …Unfortunately the NHS is all about making money and clinique would not make any money working for the government that's why it's probably offered as a beauty product. I highly recommend it. I suffer with psoriasis on my nose and ears and that's why I use it. It keeps my skin moisturized. I've used every medicine cream offered and this seems to be the one that works for me. Maybe when its reduced abit more give it a whirl


I'll bare it in mind, the price for relief doesn't concern me, its the price for no relief that does!
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