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BEING stuck indoors and with limited time outdoors means complexions are probably looking a little lacklustre.
Clinique Smart Critical moisturiser is designed to be anti-ageing but delivers a nice dewy boost to the skin even if you aren’t trying to turn back the clock.

Without getting too sciencey, the gel-cream contains neuropeptides, which are said to play a key role in skin renewal, hopefully creating firmer and more youthful

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It also contains Soybean Seed Extract and Sweet Almond Seed Extract which are said to boost radiance and have a blurring effect on lines and all the other unwelcome signs of ageing.

The cream does have a peculiar smell, almost like fake tan but is very rich and sinks into the skin beautifully.

It really is worth paying a bit more for a moisturiser, a good one like this might just be enough to persuade you not to go down the botox and fillers route and the brand has launched a new one with an SPF of 15, which ideally should be a little higher.

Clinique Smart Critical cream is priced £60 for 50ml and is available from