Cica

ingredient to know

Cica

ingredient to know

Cica

Overview

Overview

Skin Concerns
· Irritation & Redness
· Dryness & Dehydration

What You’ll See On The Ingredient List
Centella Asiatica

Why Your Skin Needs It
If you have delicate, dry, sensitive skin that is easily irritated—red, stingy or itchy—cica can help calm you down. Cica, also known as Centella asiatica, is a leafy green herb rich in fatty acids, vitamins and amino acids. It’s been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine to treat redness and inflammation thanks to its effective healing and soothing properties.

The Clinique Expertise
Very dry skin is damaged skin, which means it not only needs to be soothed, but also repaired. Moisture Surge™ 100H Auto-Replenishing Hydrator combines cica with lipids, hyaluronic acid, and activated aloe water to repair, strengthen and balance your skin barrier. This makes your skin less reactive for more consistent great skin days.

Good To Know
Cica is also called Tiger Grass because tigers are known to rub it on their skin to help heal a wound.

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The Clinique Formula: 
Performance, Safety, Science

Clinique launched the first-ever line of dermatologist-developed skin care in 1968. The promise: to deliver effective, safe, clinically proven formulas that create great skin. We avoid using allergens, irritants and ingredients in ways that could potentially harm your skin.

Proven results are from how multiple ingredients are combined using the latest scientific breakthroughs to achieve maximum results without irritation. As science evolves, we continuously re-examine ingredients with our researchers, formulators, clinicians, and guiding board-certified dermatologists.

Allergy tested. 100% fragrance free.