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CLINIQUE for Men Body & Hair Wash, 200ml £14 prime / £18.49 non prime @ Amazon
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CLINIQUE for Men Body & Hair Wash, 200ml £14 prime / £18.49 non prime @ Amazon

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CLINIQUE for Men Body & Hair Wash, 200ml £14 prime / £18.49 non prime @ Amazon
Posted 8th Sep 2020

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Was originally £21.56 now £14.00 so circa 35% off. Before anyone points out the obvious yes it's pricey when you can get 8x300 bottles of a different brand for circa £8 but this is awesome stuff.

Showing as out of stock at the moment but providing you're not in a rush it may be up your street.
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Before anyone points out the obvious yes it's pricey when you can get 8x300 bottles of a different brand for circa £8 but this is awesome stuff.

What makes it better than other brands, for you?
Mandible08/09/2020 13:48

Before anyone points out the obvious yes it's pricey when you can get …Before anyone points out the obvious yes it's pricey when you can get 8x300 bottles of a different brand for circa £8 but this is awesome stuff.What makes it better than other brands, for you?


in the most manly voice I can manage, it's the smell of it.
Also I tend to find that a little goes a long way, but that could also be because when I use it is still see the cost of it in my head!
This is Clinique Happy For Men, in case anyone can't see the blurb on the tube. I love the womens' version, not tested the male variant.
Where's the offer about a pint of lager, cause that's all I'm seeing.
Mandible08/09/2020 13:48

Before anyone points out the obvious yes it's pricey when you can get …Before anyone points out the obvious yes it's pricey when you can get 8x300 bottles of a different brand for circa £8 but this is awesome stuff.What makes it better than other brands, for you?


Hard to explain unless you use the products, and not easy to switch back to supermarket brands once you have used Clinique, Clarins etc they smell better, last longer and leave your skin feeling great, but it is a luxury product so it's all relative to your budget,
TocTheYounger08/09/2020 14:35

Hard to explain unless you use the products, and not easy to switch back …Hard to explain unless you use the products, and not easy to switch back to supermarket brands once you have used Clinique, Clarins etc they smell better, last longer and leave your skin feeling great, but it is a luxury product so it's all relative to your budget,


Yeah, I mean I have an open mind even though it's not something I'm especially likely to buy. I guess how nice something smells is a matter of opinion, and lasting longer is countered by the price being 5x as high... so really the feel of it is probably the only thing that would make me curious.

I quite like how my skin feels anyway, but then like you say, who knows whether it would feel better with this (to me), and what value I would put on that once I had experienced it.

Perhaps things like this where the average person is sceptical as to their benefit, is where samples would be helpful... like when you check out aftershaves, etc.
Mandible08/09/2020 15:08

Yeah, I mean I have an open mind even though it's not something I'm …Yeah, I mean I have an open mind even though it's not something I'm especially likely to buy. I guess how nice something smells is a matter of opinion, and lasting longer is countered by the price being 5x as high... so really the feel of it is probably the only thing that would make me curious. I quite like how my skin feels anyway, but then like you say, who knows whether it would feel better with this (to me), and what value I would put on that once I had experienced it. Perhaps things like this where the average person is sceptical as to their benefit, is where samples would be helpful... like when you check out aftershaves, etc.


Yep totally agree and understand, I have been using the clinique mens range for 20 or so years, and in between I have used supermarket brands but I always ended up going back to clinique, I got a sample of the body wash as a 'free gift' otherwise even I wouldnt have tried it tbh

worth checking out the big department stores as they do trial size packs for clinique/clarins etc unfortunately they aren't usually free but they are good to try out for a week or so to see if you notice the difference
TocTheYounger08/09/2020 18:19

Yep totally agree and understand, I have been using the clinique mens …Yep totally agree and understand, I have been using the clinique mens range for 20 or so years, and in between I have used supermarket brands but I always ended up going back to clinique, I got a sample of the body wash as a 'free gift' otherwise even I wouldnt have tried it tbhworth checking out the big department stores as they do trial size packs for clinique/clarins etc unfortunately they aren't usually free but they are good to try out for a week or so to see if you notice the difference


Yeah, I mean I consider myself a minimalist, so I end up with a fair bit of discretionary income at the end of the month... I don't buy "stuff", but I'm sure I'd be interested in trying anything that might be a fairly cheap qualty of life improvement
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