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The Beauty Bite: Clinique Super City Block

Thursday, 24 February 2011

Clinique Super City Block

The weirdest thing happened this morning.

I woke up. Went to the bathroom. Washed my Face. Whacked in my contacts and then BANG! It hit me.

There it was pouring down from the sky - the glorious, much missed golden glow of the sunshine. I couldn't believe it. That great big firey ball of flames had finally decided to let little ol' London in on it's beauty again. I stood motionless, bathing in it's light. I tell you now, I felt those vitamin D levels rising within my body like a super charged yo-yo.


However, with sunlight comes sun damage, and being a Pale Patsy myself I need to make sure to arm my skin with the most useful protection around. One product that's worked it's way into my make up bag for the past few years has been Clinique's Super City Block - a creamy SPF base designed to be worn either alone or under make up.


Super City Block swatched/ lightly blended

Available in the varying strengths of 25 or 40, Super City Block helps protect against environmental irritants that can cause problems to the skin. I'll admit, I was somewhat lapse with this primer last year, a decision which resulted in my face becoming a fabulous field of freckles. Whilst it looked cute, I've since noticed a lot of damage to the skin's surface, plus my complexion has definitely become more sensitive to strong UV rays.

In general I think this product is a clever thing to have in your kit. Whilst some of you love nothing more than soaking up the sun, this quick absorbing formula is perfect for adding instant protection either when desired or needed - a must if you want to prevent against premature ageing and potentially harmful nasties.

Clinique Super City Block is available from Clinique stands worldwide and clinique.co.uk for £15

*this product was purchased by The Beauty Bite*

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2 Comments:

At Thursday, February 24, 2011 , Blogger StellieStellina said...

just £15? I always assumed it was much more expensive, hence why I've held out buying it for so long! Plus, I think that because of the name I thought it would be quite a thick and heavy product, but from your description it doesn't seem so. I think it might be my next purchase from my Boots points!

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At Wednesday, March 09, 2011 , Blogger Delyteful Speaks said...

hahaha i love your description of the sun rays kissing your skin.. it made me smile

Awesome blog

 

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