Clinique Moisture Surge Extra Thirsty Skin Relief Reviews
Description:Brand: Clinique / Moisturizer / Texture: Cream / Type: Moisturiser / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types / What it does: Moisturises,
Newest Review: ... guess this is typical combination skin. My dry areas are my forehead and my nose and my cheeks and chin can get oily so I ... more
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Customer Clinique Moisture Surge Extra Thirsty Skin Relief Reviews (23)
by - written on 12/09/11 (Very useful, 74 readings)
Clinique isn't a brand that I am overly familiar with - mainly because it is out of my price range. However, this year for my birthday, I received some Clinique miniatures and a 30ml pot of Moisture Surge Extended Thirst Relief was just one of the goodies I got to try out. Clinique claims that this product can be applied both under and over make up - not that I would ever use it over my makeup - as I don't like the sound of driving foundation further into my pores. Also, by putting it on a clean face I think you really feel the benefit of the serum, as it feels like it is absorbed deep into your skin. This product is a peach colour and it looks and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/08/11 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I don't regularly buy Cinique products. They are usually very expensive, and being on a budget I tend to stick with cheaper brands such as Nivea, or Boots own products. However, a few months back Glamour magazine did a promotion of Clinique freebies. There were ten different ones to collect, and at only £2 per magazine, it was an affordable way for me to try out some of the Clinique range. I was particularly drawn to the Moisture Surge, partly because I had just finished my old Nivea face cream, and partly because this was the most expensive product out of all of the freebies- a full size 50ml pot of this retails at £30, and the freebie sample was a very generous 30ml, .. Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/11 (Very useful, 82 readings)
I've never been a very girlie girl. I'm rarely caught in a skirt and I can't be bothered with make up and fussing about with my hair. However one thing I've always been very good about is looking after my skin. I can't claim any inherited wisdom, any grandmotherly advice or any shared experiences of dabbing Oil of Ulay on my face whilst sitting on my mother's knee since I come from a family of women who never really bothered. I think the time and cost has paid off because at a time when everything else is heading south, my face is doing pretty well. I have the benefit of a sister two years younger than me who never took care of her skin and it's gratifying to do an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/05/11 (Very useful, 71 readings)
When Glamour released their March issue, I, along with many other women I am sure, snapped up several copies in order to get my hands on a number of Clinique goodies which were being given away free. I got three products in all, one of which was a tube of Moisture Surge moisturiser. ***The Brand*** Clinique was founded by Evelyn Lauder, daughter in law of Estee Lauder, in 1968 as the world's first allergy tested, dermatologist driven line. I find this somewhat ironic, as the one time I tried the 3-step skincare system (some years ago now), it was disastrous for my sensitive skin and I couldn't wait to get back to Simple. However, at only £2 I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/05/11, updated on 05/05/11 (Very useful, 93 readings)
When this product first came out I really wanted to try it. I had first read about it in a magazine and later advised by a member of staff from the Clinique counter at an airport to buy it, as I had really dry skin after coming back from holiday. It is £30 a tub (a little cheaper at duty-free) but I thought this was far too expensive for a moisturiser. Another reason why I did not want to buy this is because I had ended up with very dry and sore red skin on my face after using a different Clinique moisturiser before and I was scared that the same might happen again with this one. However, I luckily received a mini 15ml pot of Clinique's moisture surge extra ... Read the complete review
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