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What exactly makes this so Dramatically Different? I use Aveeno right now how would this compare?
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What exactly makes this so Dramatically Different? I use Aveeno right now how would this compare?
Higher quality ingredients

( Looks like you also get $10 off WYB $50 by signing up texting VIP to 96902 )
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What exactly makes this so Dramatically Different? I use Aveeno right now how would this compare?
Clinique, Estee Lauder, etc are a huge cut above brands like Aveeno or Neutrogena, which is why they're almost only sold at department stores (yeah, it's a racket). That said, I'm always wary of finding these brands anywhere else because the counterfeiting business is pretty hot.
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The idea of a multi-step skincare regimen wasn't always as universal as it is today. In 1967, Vogue magazine published an article called "Can Great Skin Be Created?" featuring New York dermatologist Dr. Norman Orentreich, who was the first physician to custom compound products for his own patients over 50 years ago. The article caught the eye of Evelyn Lauder (Estée's daughter-in-law), who then recruited Dr. Orentreich and the magazine's beauty editor, Carol Phillips, to create the Clinique brand in 1968. The three-step daily regimen of cleansing, exfoliating and moisturizing was the basis for the line.

Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion (DDML) was one of the brand's first products. Before the Clinique launch, Dr. Orentreich sold the golden yellow moisturizer in his pharmacy, where it was labeled "YML" (Yellow Moisturizing Lotion). The new name was coined by Phillips, the Vogue editor, who noted that the lotion was "dramatically different" the first time she tried it.
Clinique's Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion has been around since 1968 and is the number one selling high end moisturizer. My mother has used it as long as I can remember, and it was the first skincare product I ever used other than Coppertone sunscreen, since she impressed the importance of a good skincare routine on me as young boy, even before pubescent acne reared its ugly head.

Frankly, a lot of people today would criticize it as rather basic, though Clinique did reformulate it for the first time in 2013 and then launched this cartridge system a couple years ago. It also is "comedogenic" which is beauty jargon for pore-clogging and usually means it has petroleum products in it; if you are sensitive it will give you acne. So I've used the Dramatically Different Moisturizing Gel since it was launched nigh on 15 year ago.

But today I'm taking the plunge again and giving the Dramatically Different Hydrating Jelly that was launched in 2018 a try. This deal doesn't show up as a sale, but it's equally as good of a discount as the OP.

Joma... ["https] has Dramatically Different Hydrating Jelly Duo for $28.00

This should be 2 x 125mL bottles, which is a standard duty free offering. If you remove the leading zero on the UPC it comes up in a Brazilian duty free website as such.

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Clinique Dramatically Different oil-control gel + acc for uneven skin tone 4.2oz
PRICE:$31.98(QTY: 2)
Clinique Dramatically Different Hydrating Jelly Duo
PRICE:$28.00(QTY: 1)
Subtotal:$59.98
Savings:43%
Shipping method:Shipping - USPS Priority 2B Est. Delivery Thu, Oct 29, 2020
Shipping:$5.99
Applied Coupon:Q5E4N7B3
Discount:$-10.00
Grand Total:$55.97

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( Looks like you also get $10 off WYB $50 by signing up texting VIP to 96902 )
Not stackable with FASTSHIP, unfortunately. Still, worth paying $5.99 for shipping to take $10 off instead.

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Clinique, Estee Lauder, etc are a huge cut above brands like Aveeno or Neutrogena, which is why they're almost only sold at department stores (yeah, it's a racket). That said, I'm always wary of finding these brands anywhere else because the counterfeiting business is pretty hot.
Counterfeit cosmetics sneak their way into the supply chain pretty much everywhere that's not a big name department store, cosmetics store, or direct from the brand itself. I'm not too wary about buying products that I'm already familiar with. If a cosmetic is watered down, or a fake entirely, it's blatantly obvious. And when I received counterfeit Aveda on Amazon (which is the worst because they don't segregate suppliers!) they didn't question my refund request. I bet Chase or Amex wouldn't question it either if this turns out to be crap.

A few of these UPCs come up on duty free listings, so I'm banking on this being stock that was earmarked for airports before covid.
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Higher quality ingredients

( Looks like you also get $10 off WYB $50 by signing up texting VIP to 96902 )

Guess I'll have to give it another look
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Clinique, Estee Lauder, etc are a huge cut above brands like Aveeno or Neutrogena, which is why they're almost only sold at department stores (yeah, it's a racket). That said, I'm always wary of finding these brands anywhere else because the counterfeiting business is pretty hot.

Welcome to Capatalism LMAO
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What exactly makes this so Dramatically Different? I use Aveeno right now how would this compare?
Too expensive for your entire body, but 1 pump is enough for your entire face. A bottle last me 1-2 years.

I've been using this product since 2008. It's my go-to face lotion. Regimen includes: wash face with Dr. Bronners bar soap, defoliate with a toner, then moisturize. Use to be embarrassed asking for this in person, and the Clinique sales-woman would always ask me, "you sure you don't want to try our men's line?" Yes, I'm sure. It's a gender/race neutral product. No scent, no color. My face is finicky with most products, and this lotion just works (dry flaky face otherwise).

BTW, Clinique lets you try and return if not impressed Wink
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