Clinique or Estee Lauder
Disclosure – SCM (SocialCafe Magazine) was NOT provided FREE product(s) to complete this review.
Which do you prefer Clinique or Estee Lauder? Recently we tested Clinique Moisture Surge Extended Thirst Relief and Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair. Here are our thoughts.
About the product:
“Enjoy rapid refreshment and a full 12 hours of soothing moisture with an addictive by-a-waterfall feel. Thank advanced hydration boosters and a new botanical blend that locks it in. Able to hold skin’s moisture in balance through stressful shifts in humidity, like steamy exteriors and interiors parched by air conditioning. Never go thirsty again.”
About the product:
“We call it visual skincare. You’ll call it amazing. This silky, sheer lotion gives skin a healthy-looking, even-toned glow you can see as soon as you put it on. Improves every skin it touches–wear alone or under makeup for an amazing new radiance and skin that looks even, flawless. Over time, a blend of protective anti-oxidants (including Vitamins C, E and natural botanicals) fights off free radicals to help fade the look of discolorations and prevent new ones. Non-acnegenic. Dermatologist-, Ophthalmologist-tested. HOW TO USE SPOTLIGHT Apply over your moisturizer. Follow with makeup, if desired. For optimal long-term skin-evening results, use twice a day, AM and PM.”
While Clinique Moisture Surge Extended Thirst Relief provided great all day moisture and elasticity to the skin even under heavy makeup, the Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair managed to leave the red burning marks on the face.
It seems that Estee Lauder has some powerful stuff in this little bottle and if you are sensitive this definitely will not be a product for you. But everyone is different and what works for one person may not for another, so proceed with caution and try it for yourself.
But even after that we still continue to love both Clinique and Estee Lauder and still love recommending them.
Disclosure – SCM (SocialCafe Magazine) was NOT provided a FREE product(s) by the above mentioned company or their PR Representative to complete this review. The product(s) mentioned above was purchased by SCM (SocialCafe Magazine) staff and this review is a way for us to share with you our favorite products. All of the opinions are strictly of the SCM (SocialCafe Magazine) and SCM (SocialCafe Magazine) staff and no one else. The opinions are honest and not influenced by anyone in any way.
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