Similarity Rating: 20%
Very different--check the review to see how.
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*Neither Clinique nor Equate Beauty is certified cruelty-free* While the Equate Beauty version is exponentially less expensive (we're talking $80 vs $12), it STINKS. Literally. Most people who tried the Equate version could not stand the chemical smell, which is not present in the Clinique version. The ingredients are fairly similar, as is the texture, so you should get a similar functionality out of the Equate Beauty Ultimate Dark Spot Corrector, but we just don't think you'll be able to get over the smell. This gets a POOR Copycat rating.
CONCLUSION Very different.
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