Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturiser Very Dry to Dry Combination Reviews
Product Type: Clinique body care
Description:Brand: Clinique / Moisturizer / Texture: Cream / Type: Moisturiser / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types / What it does: Moisturises / Product line: Clinique Dramatically Different
Newest Review: ... discount on something that comes from an expensive brand. The cream comes in a clear plastic tube and has a silver coloured ... more
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Customer Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturiser Very Dry to Dry Combination Reviews (24)
by - written on 21/06/11 (Very useful, 59 readings)
Being a sufferer of problem skin, (which is combination/Dry for the most part, but not without the odd patch of eczema and, just for good measure, being prone to acne at times!?) makes it extremely difficult for me to find good quality products that do not aggravate my sensitive skin and cause me further problems. I was quite keen to try out the 'Dramatically Different' range of cosmetics and skincare products from the "Clinique" brand to see if it could help calm my troublesome skin. As I have tried and tested several items from the Clinique range with varying results - some of them appear to work (albeit minor) miracles whilst others seem to be a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/01/11 (Very useful, 126 readings)
How do I hate thee (dramatically different moisturiser) let me count the ways :- It has a runny thin consistency, which feels and smells almost exactly the same as 'old school' vaseline intensive care (yellow) hand lotion. On me this slides over my skin without sinking in particularly well, it does sink in well on my daughter's skin but not very deeply. It contains mineral oil, which is mildly comodogenic, can clog pores and stop the skin breathing. It sits on the surface of the skin, technically allowing it to rehydrate itself. This in the strictest sense is the definition of moisturiser; it does not add moisture but prevents it from escaping. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/12 (Very useful, 15 readings)
This is another one of those bargains I picked up from this discount store I found near my boyfriend's flat. The store sells a mixture of beauty products and home-ware. Among a whole load of rubbish there is the odd gem and I tend to opt for known beauty brands because I can guarantee the quality of what I am buying. This moisturiser stood out to me because clinique is a brand I have used before and know to be both good quality and also on the expensive side. I bought the 50ml cream which comes in a plastic tube and usually retails at around £17.00. I paid £10.00 for it which is a great discount on something that comes from an expensive brand. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/11/11, updated on 20/11/11 (Very useful, 12 readings)
I have been using Clinique products since I was in sixth form (or at least I can remember lusting after them then). Then, once I got my first job I bought myself some Clarifying Lotion and remember thinking I was all grown up (but very skint). Anyone who has bought from the Clinique range will know that they do not come cheap. They are, in my opinion, quality cosmetics, however, I feel they are a little overpriced. I can remember using Clinique's Dramatically Different Moisturising Lotion years ago and for some reason I stopped buying it and switched to Oil of Olay (or Ulay as it was then called), primarily I think, to save money. I had forgotten all about ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/11 (Very useful, 32 readings)
I have horrible skin. No I'm not exaggerating, I think it's to do with some of the medications I take, but I get dry patches and flaking skin on my face and at its worst it looks like I've been out in the sun and am peeling. I've tried all sorts of things for the problem, from big brands, to stuff you've never heard of, things full of chemicals to those that are completely natural. Some help for a bit, then stop working, others just don't help. This, was one which just didn't help! Ok the basics for you - it comes in a 50ml bottle or a 125ml bottle, and costs more than it should £15ish for the 50ml and £28ish for the 125ml. The only difference ... Read the complete review
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