Ulta Beauty Velvetskin Melting Moisturizer vs. Clinique Moisture Surge 72 Hour Auto-Replenishing Hydrator

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*Neither brand is cruelty-free. Maven opinion (aside from smell, she PREFERRED the Ulta moisturizer): Clinique moisture surge is a light weight gel mositerizer that claimes to last for 72 hours, however when testing this product it lasted more around 24 hours before needing to reapply. The moisturizer is more for dry skin. If you have oily skin it will settle on top and not melt in. ULTA melting moisturizer is a fluffy cream moisturizer with hyaluronic acid and superfruits. This moisturizer lasts around 24 hours and is for all skin types. There is an odd smell to it but it melts so easily into the skin the smell goes away almost instantly. Its ultra hydrating and the whipped texture makes it easy to work with.

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I’ve only tried the Clinique, will have to give this a go when I’m on my next ulta run

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