Clinique Deep Comfort Body Butter


I really do apologise for not posting more often! I've found that life is so busy and going so fast that I get to writing a new post and it ends up being a week since my last post. I'm trying to make the most of the time I have when I'm not at work, and since my training on the Sage Accounts system begins next Monday I can see my job getting a lot busier!

Today's review is on Clinique's Deep Comfort Body Butter, which I actually received as part of a gift set from work for Christmas - can you believe that was six months ago?! Before then I'd never really tried any Clinique products bar a moisturiser my boyfriend's mam gave me as she wasn't going to use it, so I was quite excited to try this as it prices up pretty dear.

For starters, this product is great for people who react to scented products, as it's 100% fragrance free. I find that it's part of the attraction of the product, as it's nice to slap on in the morning after a shower without the scent getting mixed with whatever perfume I've chosen to wear that day. This time last year I thought of body butters as greasy and slightly cakey on the skin, but this has completely changed my opinion. 

The texture of this really is buttery soft, and a little goes such a long way on your skin. I tend to leave this for days where I feel like I need that added moisture boost, since it targets dryness and dryness-prone spots. It sinks into the skin almost instantly and I'm still silky smooth three days later, a massive bonus in my opinion. 

I love the packaging of the product, it's sturdy and professional looking, which are the two hopes I have for higher end products. Would I purchase this again? I'd find it difficult to part with my money for it, I won't lie. I definitely feel like you get what you pay for, but I'd feel as if I'd get a bit more value for my money if I bought it in a gift set.

Is anyone else a big Clinique fan? Have you ever tried this product?

3 comments

  1. Great review, I love using this in Winter when my skin is really dry, really love the formula :) x

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  2. I've never tried this but I generally like Clinique products (shame about the price) x

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  3. I'm not particularly a body butter fan because I think that it leaves an oily feel, but I'm enjoying thorough reviews like this because it's more than "here try this- it smells good!". If I ever do try body butter, I'll keep this in mind!

    Sincerely,
    Sabrina

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