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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1,463 products

62,371 reviews

63% would repurchase

Recent Clinique Reviews

Moisturizers -Clinique - Dramatically Different Moisturizing "Cream"

on 10/18/2017 4:24:00 PM


I want to like this but I just can’t. It feels very rich and nice when I first apply it but as I rub it in it pills up. It doesn’t absorb and sits like a greasy film on top of my skin that I then have to remove. Yuck.

Cleansers -Clinique - Take The Day Off Cleansing Balm

on 10/18/2017 11:42:00 AM


I'm a difficult person to wow, but this stuff is truly amazing! It's actually the first ever thing that YouTube made me buy.
Recently I've watched Desi Perkins video where she was removing a very heavy black eye makeup using this balm. Definitely, the video wasn't showing everything from beginning till the end without cuts, but it made me wonder if this thing will be able to remove my mascara and eyeliner without leaving the traces of makeup. I went to Ulta and bought a travel size (6.50$ with taxes 0.5oz / 15ml).
OMG this stuff is HG! All my life I struggled with raccoon eyes in the mornings. Not fully raccoon, but some traces were always left, no matter how many products I've used to remove my eye makeup. My lashes were falling out from rubbing, but my makeup was staying on....
This balm:
- it removes my mascara and eyeliner trace free in 30 seconds;
- I don't need to rub it strong into my eyes, very gentle circular motion work perfectly;
- it doesn't leave a residue;
- doesn't dry out my skin;
- I don't need to use any other product to fully remove my makeup. I still go with my regular face wash all over the face afterward, and I use Clinique balm on my eyes only, since my face makeup is minimal.
- my eyes are very sensitive and I can use.

This stuff is amazing! try it you won't regret!
If you're planning to use it on your eyes only travel size is should be enough for 6 months before it will expire.

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Moisturizers -Clinique - Moisture Surge Extended Thirst Relief

on 10/17/2017 3:01:00 AM


This really doesn't deliver a surge of moisture as the name suggests. If you like silicones or have oily skin, it might work for you. However, my combination-dry skin has never looked more dull. It doesn't make my face feel properly moisturised at all, even if I put a lot on. I wanted to like this - the feel of it is soothing and the pink gel is lovely - but it just doesn't relieve skin thirst at all.

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Liquid -Clinique - BIY Blend It Yourself Pigment Drops

on 10/16/2017 8:49:00 PM


One star removed for the ridiculously small bottle!!! However, the product itself is magic! I purchased this in 110 which looked quite dark when I swatched it on my hand. Once blended in to my SPF 50+ moisturiser, it was an ivory shade on my skin. I put 3 drops of this into my Natio SPF 50+ moisturiser and only used my Beauty Blender to do a tiny bit of blending. I mostly applied it the same way I would apply moisturiser or sunscreen which is in sweeping motions using my hand. It completely transforms into the product you combine it with, but gives that wash of colour. 3 drops gave light/moderate cover when mixed with a high SPF moisturiser. The drops themselves are very watery in consistency, but you could see how pigmented they were. As I said earlier, the bottle is tiny. It fits in the palm of your hand without touching the fingers. It will be interesting to see how long it lasts. It retails in Australia for $55, so I was not impressed when I saw how much that actually brought me. The entire bottle is .34 ounces. Anyway, I will be repurchasing as it is such a versatile product.

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Tools -Clinique - Sonic system cleansing brush

on 10/16/2017 2:32:00 PM

This brush would probably work great on normal skin. I unfortunately have sensitive skin. I tried using it and SLOWLY worked up to 3x, then 4x, then 5x a week. When I finally got to nightly a few months later my skin started breaking out. I quit using it but the blemishes are still there! I thought maybe it wasn't this brush so I tried it again. I've been using it 1x a week for about three weeks and again I'm getting a few red cyst bumps under the surface of my skin right next to other breakouts.

The brush does leave my skin feeling clean. But it is harming my sensitive skin. I would not recommend this for anyone using retin-a, toners or other types of exfoliants.

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