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02-25-12 | Posted by

There’s more to anti-aging than just diminishing fine lines and wrinkles. As we get older, the face begins to lose volume leaving tell tale signs of slackened skin and sagging jaw lines. Many treatments don’t address these issues but Clinique wants to put the plump back into your face with its new Repairwear Uplifting Firming Cream ($58).

The lifting and firming cream works to visibly firm, volumize and restore skin texture. It does so with a team of ingredients that use “signaling technology” to help cells communicate better in order to remain energized to support and increase skin volume.

Addressing all three levels of the skin – hypodermis, dermis and epidermis, Repairwear Uplifting Firming Cream features a new ingredient called Mitostime. A botanical extract derived from brown algae harvested off the coast of France, Mitostime works to enhance energy in tired cells so they won’t slow down on the job of repair and rejuvenation. Whey protein, Siegesbecki Orientalis Extract (derived from a Madagascar plant) and soybean protein work to prevent the loss of collagen and elastin while encouraging their production. Other ingredients including antioxidants enhance the moisture barrier layer and fight off environmental aggressors.

Upon application, you will feel an immediate firming sensation. Continued use will help fight the long-term effects of gravity by helping to restore youthful volume.

Clinique Repairwear Uplifting Firming Cream will be available in two skin-typed formulas – Dry Combo/Combo Oily and Very Dry. Both launch next month at Clinique counters nationwide and www.clinique.com.

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