There are loads of great products that I wanted to include but didn’t – the blog was becoming a little too long – I will do a follow up to this another time.
Below are the links, details, and a recap, of the Clinique products mentioned in the video blog. Please leave me any comments of your best and worst products from the range. I love to hear other people’s preferences!
Take The Day Off Cleansing Milk 200ml £17.50 – Great for removing make up before using a cleanser
Liquid Facial Soap Mild 200ml £14.00 – I don’t like the taste or smell one bit, but skin feels fresh and not dried out
Clarifying Lotion Mild 200ml £15.00 – The only alcohol free clarifying lotion, don’t be put off by it saying ‘for very dry skin’
High Impact Mascara 8g £16.00 – Thickening, easy to apply, not work required to make an impact on the lashes
Bottom Lash Mascara 2g £11.00 – Really expensive for the world’s smallest mascara brush. I’ve always felt confident with a normal mascara brush when doing my bottom lashes, and strangely felt less confident with this.
Chubby Stick £16.00 – 8 colours, gorgeous packaging, lovely and mositurising. Here is my previous blog on them ‘Chubby Blog‘
Derma White Brightening City Block SPF 40 30ml £28.00 – One of my very favourite products. Slightly more yellow toned than the City Block SPF25. I have been a City Block devotee since being a teenager
Fresh Bloom All Over Colour 9g £25.00 – Makes skin radiant, perfect over cheekbones and collarbone for highlighter, or as an all over powder that illuminates the skin. Subtle and pretty. A must have in my handbag.
Long Last Glosswear SPF15 £14.50 – I have used Clinique’s Air Kiss shade of lipgloss for many years – a little picture of it is below as I didn’t have it with me t show on the video. It’s packaging has changed a few times, but it’s gorgeous colour has remained the same.