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Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturising Lotion

Suffer with dry skin on your face but don’t want a greasy face the next morning?? Well I may just have the product for you!


The Clinique dramatically different moisturising lotion. I received this out of Glamour magazine when Tanya Burr appeared on the cover. Everyone seemed to head for the lipsticks but no I want the lotion!

Now dramatically different is a big statement to make about a skin care product but for some one who does suffer with their skin between is being dry/ oily, breaking out, redness I just can’t win.

I would say that the consistency is thin, which I was surprised at, considering it is suppose to be for very dry to dry skin I thought it would be quite thick.


I use this only at night time after using the Clearly Youthful Resurfacing Night Serum and using these two together, constantly has made a huge different to my skin and how it appears!


I use pea sized amounts on my cheeks, chin, nose and forehead. Once massaged in it does go clear and has mostly absorbed into the skin but the time it’s time to close my eyes.

I don’t wake up with a greasy face and it has made a massive difference to the way my makeup is applied.

This is only a sample sized product but for 50ml at John Lewis RRP is £17.50. I will definitely be buying a larger size. 

Have you tried this product before? Would you try it?



8 thoughts on “Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturising Lotion

  1. Great post! Did you see they’ve just brought out a new DDM Cream? I just went to boots to try it on my hand, it’s much richer but sinks in instantly, seems great if you’re looking for even more moisture then with the lotion. x

    Soléna – NOT A BIG WRITER

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