Shoppings / The Look Book

A Few Items From Clinique

Hello everyone, apart from stocking up on some regular products I use daily, I shopped for some new products to try too. Here are some of the items I bought from Clinique after my first acquaintance with the Clinique Age Defense BB Cream SPF 30/PA+++. You can also read my thoughts about the BB Cream here >

I got Clinique Derma White Bright-C Powder Makeup SPF 29/PA+++ to set the Clinique Age Defense BB Cream SPF 30/PA+++. Remember I have this habit of matching my powder with base from the same brand? It’s a rather unusual one but do you do that too? Anyway, I was matched with the shade 04 Cream Beige. The refill retails at S$56 and the Double-Decker White Marble Compact retails at S$21. The casing is really lightweight and pretty compact as compared to my usual rectangular ones from Chanel and Clarins.

I like how smooth and soft the powder feels on my skin. Will see how it wears with the BB Cream.

I am going to the beach tomorrow and I need some protection. Don’t think I want to be burnt like the last time. It was horrifying. Hopefully the Clinique Sun Face Cream SPF 50 will help. I am planning to use it all over the face and body. There is really not much use for me to get both face and body creams because I hardly go under the sun. Getting the face cream allows me to apply over the body too.

Clinique Moisture Surge Extended Thirst Relief is something I am looking forward to trying after Jane introduced it to me. It feels really refreshing upon application, thanks to its oil-free gel texture. Impart with active aloe delivers a burst of moisture which smooths, softens and plumps up fine dry lines. I think this product alone retails at S$75+ and I purchased the set above at S$83 – includes an All About Eyes Serum De-Puffing Eye Massage and Superbalm Moisturizing Gloss.

I am really excited with these new products. Can’t wait to find out how they work. Have you tried any of the products above?

4 thoughts on “A Few Items From Clinique

  1. Hello Ms. Joey! Is the Clinique Derma White Bright-C oil-free? Usually it’s not indicated in their website. For example, their Perfectly Real Radiant Skin Powder Foundation is not advertised as an oil-free product. But upon checking the description on the box right above the ingredients, it is labeled as oil free. I realize that i could just check the clinique counters but they are hours away from my area. Looking forward to your reply. Thank you!

    • Hi Cha,
      Happy New Year!!
      Oh my, I didn’t take note of whether it’s oil-free or not and I don’t have the box with me any more.
      If I pop by Clinique, I will find out for you =)

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