I cannot believe I haven’t update you all yet on this skincare journey of mine. Sephora has yet another skincare related 500-point reward, so of course I had to redeem. If you missed it, I last redeemed points for a Boscia skincare box and posted my full review after the trial products ran out. I generally hoard my points, but skincare is the exception. It’s already overwhelming enough to pick a new skincare product, let alone one worth purchasing. When these products are up for redeeming, I will almost always take advantage.
What it Comes With
As you can see, the box isn’t as specific with only providing skincare. Clinique has a little bit of everything:
- 7-Day Scrub Cream (1 oz)
- Take the Day Off Makeup Remover (1 oz)
- Moisture Surge Extended Thirst Relief (o.21 oz)
- High-Impact Mascara Duo (0.07 oz)
7 Day Scrub Cream Rinse-Off Formula
The full size of this cream is 3.4 oz and retails for $21. So far, I’ve tested this out once and didn’t really enjoy the formula. I want to give it another shot because it seems like it may work as an exfoliator, but the texture felt a bit rough. According to Sephora’s website, this product is an exfoliating scrub suitable for all skin types and brushes the roughness and flakiness.
Take the Day Off Makeup Remover
The full size of this is 4.2 oz and retails for $19. I’ve used this product a few times and I like it so far. Usually, I don’t purchase products specifically for removing makeup if they aren’t wipes, so the liquid formula is a nice change. The product claims to be suitable for all skin-types and gentle enough for people who wear contact lenses.
Moisture Surge Extended Thirst Relief
This product has two larger options available: 1.7 for $39 and 2.5 for $52.50. The product description indicates this cream-gel will replenish skin with 24 hours of hydration and improve the appearance of fine lines. I intend on using this specifically around my eye area and smile lines, so I’m hoping for some noticeable results.
High Impact Mascara Duo
I don’t think this product is sold as duo in the full size version, but you are able to purchase both the mascara and primer for $16.50 and $15.50, respectively. I used this product a few times and prefer it for bottom lashes only. The finish looks very natural, which isn’t what I look for in a mascara.
I wanted to share this just in case you’re in the market for a new skincare routine, because this reward is still available at Sephora. Additionally, Sephora is offering double to quadruple points on purchases this week! I’ve never tried Clinique products before, so this is my first experience with the brand.
Have you ever tried Clinique products?