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11-05-10 | Posted by

Photo Credit: Lumene

Who would ever guess that a small berry grown in the wilds of the Arctic could yield twice as much vitamin C as an orange 10 times its size? Lumene – a charming skincare brand from Finland – has been harnessing the power of the wild cloudberry for nearly a decade with its Vitamin C+ skincare line. Now this collection from the land of the midnight sun will help keep radiance top of mind with two additions to the line.

Lumene Vitamin C+ Bright Skin Radiance Nectar($21.99) contains newly developed cloudberry nectar to help make the skin look brighter and more radiant. When blended with other active ingredients, the nectar supports the skin’s fluid- and micro-circulation, exfoliates, minimizes the appearance of pores and smoothes.

Lumene Vitamin C+ Pure Radiance 24 Hour Lotion($19.99) is great for normal/combination skin that has a bit of oily shine as it leaves a matte surface, normalizes sebum production and helps to reduce the appearance of pores. In addition to the nectar, the lotion contains antioxidant laden Arctic cloudberry seed oil to fight signs of stress.

The new nectar and lotion join the Lumene lineup at CVS/pharmacy and Ulta stores. Check out the new packaging with sweet pictures of Finland on the cartons.

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