Clinique Laboratories, LLC is an American manufacturer of skincare, cosmetics, toiletries and fragrances, usually sold in high end department stores. It is a subsidiary of the Estée Lauder Companies.

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1,461 products

62,279 reviews

63% would repurchase

Recent Clinique Reviews

Masks -Clinique - City Block Charcoal Mask And Scrub

on 8/15/2017 1:20:00 PM

i have tried several clay masks and this is my absolute favourite that i have tried for many reasons:
- the consistency is thick and applies so beautifully on the skin. I personally am not a fan of masks that are runny where the skin shows through
- the price point is great for the amount that you recieve
- the packaging of the flip cap bottle is extremely convenient
- the mask only takes 5-10 minutes to actually do its job of removing excess oil
- i love that the beads are gentle but effective when washing off

and the MAIN reason i like this mask is because it calms my skin down drastically. I mean, even after ive popped anything - my skin tone is more even.

My skin reacts truly to everything ... but this has never aggravated it once. LOVE!!!

Body Scrubs -Clinique - Sparkle Skin Body Exfoliating *Cream*


I use this 3 times a week . It left my skin feeling soft and i like the cooling feeling on my skin .

Liquid -Clinique - Beyond Perfecting Foundation & Concealer


My new holy grail foundation. It feels do light on my skin, once it sets. Long wearing and great color selection avsilable.

Fragrances -Clinique - Aromatics Elixir

on 8/14/2017 7:12:00 PM


This is an amazing fragrance. I liked it better in the dupe form I got from eBay I guess the only taste I got is in my mouth. I have a purse sized spray. I went for Gabrielle chanel in my last perfume spree over this. I wished it came in a rollerball. It's cold, austere, wintry I can't wait to wear it in Fall! It goes well w brick lipstick (Clinique angel red?!). Too much can make you feel like you have soap in your mouth. I say wear it in good health!? Prost!! "Hast du nix von barbelchen gehört? Gar kein Wort" Makes me think of Goethe, Kafka, Herman Hesse (Heavy Literatur), soaring cathedrals, catholic icons, roman crosses, gothic things. Just heavily incensed & powdery.

Pressed Powders -Clinique - Stay-Matte Sheer Pressed Powder

on 8/14/2017 10:39:00 AM


I'm up in the air about this product, but I love the shade Stay Neutral - it matches my skin with light foundation perfectly.

However, it doesn't keep me matte. I apply it and about 1.5 hours later (or sooner) I'm shiny on my forehead and nose. Maybelline's Fit me powder lasts just as long, and the price is WAY less.

I'm leaving this open ended because I plan to use this for awhile, and I love the finish, but I just wish something that was "matte" actually kept me matte. I'm starting to think that nothing will mattify my face - which is probably because of my benzoyl peroxide gel that I apply to my face morning and night. Ugh. I'll also note that on my skin, I found this powder to cake up if I applied it as a blotting powder throughout the day. By the end of the day - my skin was pretty cakey. Maybelline's does NOT. Ugh UGH! I will not repurchase, but plan to use up as a setting powder only after foundation application. My Fit me powder will be used for the rest of the day to touch up since it does not cake up.

** updated - it hasn't even been one day of wearing this powder and I'm as dewy/shiny as I am when I wear my $5.99 Fit Me Matte and Poreless powder. For $26+ - this is a ripoff (for me). Ugh. I've blotted and reapplied and it lasts maybe an hour on me. And I'm doing nothing but sitting in a cold office setting.

FYI - I applied this powder to one side of my face, and then the $20 cheaper Maybelline Fit me matte and poreless to the other side - they looked and sat identical on my face and wore the exact same. Both sides got shiny at the same time - both looked identical. Save yourself the money and try Fit Me Matte and Poreless first.

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