This is all right I guess, I really can't see what all the fuss is about. There are many, many light moisturising lotions which do the same job for a fraction of the price. I don't see what's "dramatically different" about it at all. Try before you buy is my recommendation - this product is regularly given away as a free sample with Clinique Bonuses.
I have combination skin and this works well for me. I only use it at night and my skin looks and feels softer when I get up in the morning. It's alittle expensive but worth the extra money.
I got a free sample of this lotion and it is dramatically different!!!! I like how it is really moisturing for dry spots but isn't oily on others. I think it is expensive so I would not purchase.
I don't like this famous moisturizer! In fact, I think it doesn't moisturise at all! It's more of a lubricant and synthetic on top. Mineral oil never moisturised anything, but it could be useful to avoid water loss on some kind of skins.
If you're a dry skin kind of woman that is used to Vaseline and you never breakout this could work for you.
I don't like all the hype around Clinique, because they have bad products along with some good ones.
I can use their Mild Soap, but never again their Lotion 2!
Total Turnaround oil-free is not that bad and sun products are reliable, but they're all full of irritanting menthol! What's the sense of making fragrance-free cosmetics which is a clever choice when you put mineral oil, alcool and menthol in them?
I have tried the whole line of clinique and for the price the products are not worth the name. I have very dry skin during the winter and using the cleanser and moisturizer together made my skin feel tight and dry. It has no real moisurizing agents in it. Mouisturisers are suppose to sink into skin and hydrate, this is nice that is sinks in but doesnt hydrate?????
This product regularly wins 'readers choice: best high end moisturiser' in UK beauty awards. Who votes for this? Surely nobody who has actually tried more than a few moisturisers! It may be famous, but there are SO many better products than this. It has nothing to justify the price - no SPF, no antioxidants, no AHA... Ladies, look elsewhere!
I will use this again & again. I will admit though, that I frequently get dry patches around my nose area, and this lotion alone will not shift these. However, if I use a moisturiser for these flaky patches, such as Estee Lauder's Daywear Plus on top of Clinique's DDML, it smooths them out. One thing I would like to say about Clinique's DDML is that over prolonged usage, it does lessen the appearance of under eye lines. Perhaps it's the only facial moisturiser that one can use under the eye area, because it is so light and gentle. continued >>
I bought into the hype that Clinique's skin care was the best because it was created by dermatologists and customized to your skin. I hated the entire product line I got, but especially the moisturizer. It was very greasy and left my skin worse than before I used it. I threw away the entire bottle. IMO, Mario Badescu's products are *far* better.
This lotion is way too greasy for my combo skin. About one hour after using it, my face is an actual oil pit. Never again will this lotion touch my face.
Yuck. There are soooo many better moisturizers out there, ladies and gents. Why go with this one? The ingredients aren't going to benefit your skin at all.
All clinique has going for them in my opinion is neat packaging, women in white lab coats trying to look clinical and their famous "dermatologist tested" motto, which means nothing. But hey, if you want to drench your face in mineral oil go right ahead!!!