Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion  

Posted by: Foxy Frangipani in ,

Clinique Says:
The moisture "drink" developed by Clinique's dermatologists to maintain optimal moisture balance for very dry skins, or skins dry in the cheeks, comfortable to oily in the T-zone. Softens, smooths, improves.

*Please note: 1.7 oz. product is packaged in a tube; 4.2 oz. product is packaged with a pump. The pump will not fit on the cap-top lotion version. 

Skin Types: 1 - Very Dry to Dry, 2 - Dry Combination

  • Apply twice a day to face and throat all over, or where needed.
  • For best results, use after Facial Soap and Clarifying Lotion.

Foxy Frangipani Says:
Scent: Soy, waxy
Nett Wt: 125ml
: RM100++
Color: Yellow

Took me like dino years to review this hehe, because I didn't like this and chucked this into a box; and it is time for me to spring clean again (I'm in the midst of preparing to move house, so you'll hear endless spring cleanings).
It is a highly raved cult product; but I didn't like this one bit!
Made my skin shine like a roti canai pan and felt oily all day long. 

And worse, I got tiny bumps after using this for a couple of days. Bad bad bad, there were very few moisturizer that could do this to me! It didn't get absorbed immediately.. there were some white layers that need more massaging before they disappeared.
It certainly didn't help that it smelt like soy, and a little waxy too :S
I wasn't in the time period where I scrutinize ingredients; but now that I do, I notice mineral oil and petrolatum eeeeks!

No go, not repurchasing. In fact I still have about half a bottle with me - trashed! (or turn it into foot lotion??)

Water (Aqua Purificata) Purified, Mineral Oil (paraffinum liquidum), Sesame (Sesamum Indicum) Oil, Propylene Glycol, Tea Stearate, Gylceryl Stearate, Lanolin Alcohol, Petrolatum, Methylparaben, Propylparaben.

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