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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1,471 products

62,660 reviews

63% would repurchase

Recent Clinique Reviews

Moisturizers -Clinique -Dramatically Different Moisturizing "Cream"

on 3/19/2018 5:33:00 PM


My combination oily skin turn combination dry about 2 years ago. My mom swears by this stuff so I tried it and have used it religiously. I noticed a lot of clogged pores over the years and always attributed it to my foundation. Recently as part of my aging regimen, I started using retin-A (lowest dose). This has dried my skin out more than usual. Still bumps and clogged pores persist. About a month ago after cleansing....waiting to apply Retin- A....waiting another half hour to apply my Clinique moisturizer, I noticed my face was burning. It was burning when I applied the cream in the morning and the evening so I know it wasn't the Retin A or my foundation. I stopped wearing it for a week and the clogged pores cleared up slowly and the stinging went away. Who knew that for almost 2 years, I was ruining my skin with this moisturizer. So bummed!

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Cleansers -Clinique -Foaming Sonic Facial Soap

on 3/19/2018 4:25:00 AM


Not really sure what to say about this product because I used it in combination with 4 other samples from clinique for acne and moisturizer and such.. But the whole system didn't do anything for my acne. I do need to say, that the people reviewing this that are using the sonic brushes to remove makeup, should not be doing it this way!! You are just going to push all that makeup into your pores! You need to wash twice. Once with hands to remove the makeup, then another with the brush. It also may be the brush that is drying your skin. Or maybe your not moisturizing right after with your face still damp. Just saying..

Treatments (Face) -Clinique -Even Better Clinical Dark Spot Corrector

on 3/18/2018 11:22:00 PM


I bought this to help with acne scars. I haven’t noticed much of a difference in the month that i have been using it. I use 1 pump in the morning and 2 pumps at night between toning and moisturizing. It does make my skin feel nice and glowy. But no visible effect on scarring. I only purchased it because I had a gift card and this brand has such a good reputation. I think it is very overpriced. An okay product. I would only purchase again if it was on sale. The packaging is annoying. I cannot tell if there is anything left inside. The pump is very inconsistent.

Blush -Clinique -Cheek Pop-Fig Pop

on 3/17/2018 12:47:00 AM


Got this today since I wanted a little more color to my cheeks and I tend to wear nude blushes since I have a heavy hand.. this color is gorgeous on my pale skin and I have learned to use a light hand so I don’t over do it with this blush.. so I now have Nude Pop and Fig Pop and love them.. I have sensitive skin and these don’t bother my skin at all and no breakouts! Yay!

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Blush -Clinique -Soft-Pressed Powder Blusher in Mocha Pink

on 3/15/2018 7:55:00 PM


Yes, I agree with the reviewer below, there is nothing exciting about pulling out this green Clinique compact in the morning, no feeling of glamour or exclusivity, but Mocha Pink is pretty great on the cheeks, where it counts. This one product gives me both a natural-looking glow of health, and some much needed definition for my cheekbones. It is very sheer, which I happen to like and need, as I have been really "seeing" the blush powder on me lately, partly due to bumping up to a 10X magnifying mirror (thank goodness for it, though!) and partly my drier, older skin. I test in the sunlight whenever possible, and this blush gets high marks. It really looks like skin. The cool-toned pink mixed with just the right amount of a neutral (not orangey) tan makes this one of those great blush/bronzer hybrids for light to medium-light skin tones. I also have Tarte Exposed, which is similar to Mocha Pink, and I like it, but because Exposed has more shimmer and more pigment, I often find myself using too much, yet when I apply carefully I feel underwhelmed with the effect. I definitely am able get more of a "freshness" or boost with the Clinique, and have found it easy to avoid the dreaded powdery look! It stays true and lasts well, and can be dressed up or down. It's an overlooked gem hiding in plain sight!

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