Clinique

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.
https://www.clinique.com/

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3.7

1,454 products

61,919 reviews

63% would repurchase

Recent Clinique Reviews

Cleansers -Clinique - Take The Day Off Cleansing Balm

on 3/25/2017 2:18:00 PM

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This makeup remover is amazing. It's a cream to oil kinda formula. It appears to be a hard balm, but once you rub it into the skin, it dissolves into an oil. I feel like this is very gentle to the skin as supposed to rubbing cotton pads with micellar water on your face (my previous cleansing routine). Also this really gets ALL of my makeup off. The first couple times I tried this out, I tried to cleanse my skin afterwards with my usual micellar water, and there was literally nothing on my cotton pad. Now i don't quite use this as suggested on the packaging. I of course apply this to my face and massage it in. And then on the packaging it says to remove the balm with a wet cotton pad, but instead I just wash my face and tap dry with a towel. It works just as fine. I love that there aren't any perfumes or parabens in this, and also it's safe for the eyes and doesn't burn or sting.

The packaging is fine, nothing special to say about it. The product is quite expensive i think, considered there's only 125 ml in it. i believe it's around 35 $. I recently bought a Loreal cleansing balm, thinking it would be a nice dupe for this (Spoiler: it wasn't). The Loreal one contained 200 ml and I got it on sale for 7 $! Usually it's 10 $, which is still really inexpensive. So to sum up, even though it's an expensive product I definitely think it's worth it. I will still be on the look out for a potential dupe, but as for now I think this is the best makeup remover out-there.



Moisturizers -Clinique - Dramatically Different Moisturizing Gel

on 3/25/2017 1:05:00 PM

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it truly made a different to my skin after one night used. my skin's super dry but also oily and not bright after a 7-day trip aboard. but after one night, my skin feel so full of water and it also reduces oil from my skin. ( sorry for bad english )


Moisturizers -Clinique - Moisture Surge Face Spray

on 3/25/2017 5:08:00 AM

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I purchased this at the start of winter 2016 - basically I wanted a moisturising essence and the staff at the counter didn't seem to know what an essence was or that Clinique had made any in the past. Anyway, they recommended this instead and I'm glad that I decided to purchase.

I wanted something to put on after washing in the evening that would moisturise only and just slightly - so that I could wait until my skin had completely dried before putting on my rx vitamin A without having my skin feel 'tight' while waiting. Really, my cleanser was too harsh and I've since switched so that I don't have this problem anymore but basically this product was prefect for what I needed.

It has a light very pleasant scent and the best, seriously the best, spray mechanism I've ever used in a spray toner, make up setting spray, spray primer etc. Hands down the best. Seriously the spritz on this is gentle and it really does mist a wide area of the face without concentrating or saturating any particular spot. You have to spray like a crazy person to produce any beading or water spots on the face. I can't rave enough about the spray, in fact I am constantly tempted to repurchase even though I don't need it in my routine because it is so refreshing to use. You feel quite a bit more fancy than the basic looking pink plastic packaging would suggest because it feels so soft and luxurious to apply. Because the mist is so light, you actually can use on top of makeup if things are looking dry and powdery without interrupting it. Ok, that's enough about the spray....

The price is a lot, if you're thinking this is a bottle of water, but I found it very reasonable for an essence/toner in a mid-range brand and it works so well that I'd pay the price for it again. I used it liberally morning and night after washing and it lasted about 3 months so not bad at all. I will say that towards the end of the bottle, the spray mechanism stops working as beautifully. However, I consider it par for the course that you'll 'waste' some product when using any spray dispenser so that didn't bother me.

As a moisturising spray this is boss - it does that extremely well and nothing else. It didn't sting (when my skin was sensitive from an allergy flare up) or interact with other products or create any sort of detectable barrier on my skin that interrupted with serums or makeup, but it did absolutely relieve any tight dry feeling. I have found other water sprays like Evian, actually only feel nice while they are wet and once they dry you're right back where you started. I would recommend this for any kind of skin and definitely repurchase.

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Treatments (Face) -Clinique - Smart Custom repair serum

on 3/24/2017 10:39:00 PM

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I don't know why they say that Clinique products are overrated. This is the first time that I buy a serum from Clinique and I have been using this product for two weeks and a half with their Smart Night cream and The day cream spf 15, during the day and night, and it is really awesome, it has diminished my fine lines and tighten my skin, and helping a bit with my skin tone, what else can I ask for. And this is the first time I want to repurchaise an antiaging serum, I have try with Paula's Choice serums wich are good but they are too much colagen and Clarins serums which did nothing to my skin.


Mascara -Clinique - High Impact Curling Mascara

on 3/24/2017 9:48:00 AM

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As a girl with monolids, my main concern/nightmare with mascaras is smudging. This tubing mascara has so far been unbeaten in my search for my HG mascara for how well it performs in this aspect. I occasionally find the tiniest particles under my eyes after some hours, so it could be better.

The formula is not too wet and the brush is a good size and fit for my eyes. In fact, the curved shape feels much easier to use now than straight brush heads. This mascara gives my straight, Asian lashes a good amount of lift when first applied. My lashes do droop back to their natural state quickly afterwards though, so perhaps the assistance of a curler is needed. This is not the best mascara to build volume with though it is comfortable to wear even with several coats.

Overall, I like this product, but the price feels a bit high (around $40 AUD) for something I need to throw out after 3 months for hygiene reasons.

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