Estee Lauder

The Estée Lauder Companies Inc. is an American manufacturer and marketer of prestige skincare, makeup, fragrance and hair care products. The company owns a diverse portfolio of labels, distributed internationally in up-market department stores, and has its headquarters in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. (

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1,370 products

28,878 reviews

64% would repurchase

Recent Estee Lauder Reviews

Moisturizers -Estee Lauder -Revitalizing Supreme Global Anti-Aging Cream


So this may sound odd... I got a small sample of this and immediately fell in love because it started diminishing dark spots and acne scarring that I had and was so hydrating. So I bought a full size. After awhile, I realized my dark spots weren’t fading anymore. I assumed my skin was just getting use to it. But it was still hydrating so I bought another jar... But then I received yet another small sample jar of it and started using that and immediately, I started noticing my dark spots fading like before when I used the first sample jar. Is there a reason the samples are working better for me than the full size? Maybe an oxygen thing? I know it’s an odd thing, but I’m on my third and last sample jar of it and those little jars work better than the actual thing. Just disappointing

Treatments (Face) -Estee Lauder -Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Recovery Complex II

on 7/15/2018 6:01:00 PM


This is expensive. It was also a fave of mine for years until now. It's not as effective as it once was. I could apply this to my face at night and wake up to a noticeable difference. Now it just seems okay, and at a time I need it to be as effective as it was before but it's not working as well for some reason so I won't be buying this again. It was nice while it lasted though.

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Treatments (Eye) -Estee Lauder -Advanced Night Repair Eye Recovery Complex

on 7/15/2018 4:31:00 PM


While I can’t complain about the product itself, I do not like the application wand or the bottle itself. I find it difficult to use esp. when it gets near the end of the bottle. Tried to pour some into my hand rather than using wand but does not work well that way either because of consistency of lotion. Also, cannot tell how much is left in bottle, which always annoys me. For the price, not desirable, I will stick with ANR cream jar instead. Sorry, EL just doesn’t work for me.

Liquid -Estee Lauder -Perfectionist Youth-Infusing Makeup SPF 25

on 7/15/2018 3:56:00 PM


I have been wearing Perfectionist for at least three years and I love it. I see complaints on here about it pooling up, caking or having sparkles. I have no clue what any of those references are to. No sparkles, and it may be that your skin type is not compatible with this? I do think foundation is a very personalized product so it’s believable we can have different experiences. For me though, my skin feels supple, younger, the makeup itself, I apply mixed with a little bit of moisturizer and it feels like my skin is drinking it in. No lines, no uneveness, just even, supple, younger looking skin. I couldn’t live without this. I have combination skin, medium color (Pebble). I apply this with the Estee Lauder foundation brush. Yes it is expensive, but, I only purchase twice a year so it’s not too bad. I highly recommend!

Eyeliner -Estee Lauder -Double Wear Stay in Place Eye Pencil

on 7/14/2018 8:44:00 AM


I’m on a fence about this pencil. I have it in shade 08 Pearl which is a warm-toned (champagne) pearl without any shimmer/glitter at all. The pencil has a quality soft silicone smudger at the end (with a cheap plastic cap covering it :P) with a slanted and rounded shape which actually is great and very handy. I wish I could find a separate tool just like that. So, all that is great. But it is this “gel/liquid pencil” formula which I totally hate for its texture. It has become so popular that it even gets hard to find “normal” non-gel pencils to the point when many brands carry only kajal/kohl pencils with a classic formula/texture - and they rarely go in a variety of shades. So, for me the gel formula of the pencil doesn’t work, and each time when I decide I could use some pearly accents in my eye makeup and I pick up the pencil from my stash I kinda cringe a bit. I’m definitely biased against the formula.
Longevity-wise it seems alright but not really special - but mine is a light pearl so doesn’t really show the fading/going patchy. I have no problem with removing it tracelessly with my mild organic foaming cleanser (unlike a MUFE gel pencil that I receved as a gift-with-purchase and totally hated). I’ve had it for 1,5 years and it hasn’t worsened a bit. 5 lippies for the packaging (that smudger!), normal department store price, 3 lippies for the texture ( personal bias alert).

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