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Thursday, January 29, 2015

Spotted: NEW Rite Aid Brand Clinique Dupes

Alright, so you know that I loved the Clinique Liquid Facial Soap Mild dupe from Walmart, and that Walmart has other Clinique dupes as well. But did you know that Rite Aid now has some too? I sure didn't, but thanks to reader Regan, I do now! Check it out:

image credit: Regan for Nouveau Cheap
NEW Rite Aid Renewal Clinique Skincare Dupes 
(retail: $9.99 - $19.99)

Keep reading for more info...

As you can see, there's a dupe for Clinique Liquid Facial Soap Mild (Rite Aid Mild Facial Soap), Clinique Clarifying Lotion 2 (Rite Aid Clarifying Toner) and Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion (Rite Aid Noticeably Unique Lotion). 

Walmart has dupes for these three products too (and some others), and the pricing here is a bit similar to Walmart's. For example, all of the sizes of these Rite Aid products are the same as Walmart's versions, and the toner at Walmart is $9.87. The facial cleanser is $9.87 and the moisturizer is $12.87 at Walmart, so they're a bit more expensive at Rite Aid but remember that Rite Aid often runs BOGOFREE sales on their house brand skincare, as well as +UP Reward deals, and you also receive 20% off storewide if you're a Gold member of the Wellness+ program (10% off storewide if you're a Silver member). So there are lots of opportunities to bring the price down on these items if you shop at Rite Aid.

As for how these perform, I'm very excited to try them--especially the cleanser since I had good luck with the Walmart dupe. I'll be sure to pick it up when I spot it at my local Rite Aid and review it here for you when I do.

Have you spotted these Clinique dupes at your local Rite Aid yet? Thoughts?

Thanks again, Regan, for the great sighting and pic. I really appreciate it!


  1. ooh I wonder if they have the lotion in the gel form.

  2. I saw similar Clinique dupes at Walmart

  3. Replies
    1. Apparently just the name. I feel that the word "dupe" is thrown around way too frequently.

    2. Actually, Rachel and Alex, if you look at the link to my review comparing the Walmart dupe to the Clinique cleanser (which I linked to twice in this post), that cleanser actually IS a dupe. Very, very similar in my opinion, and I go into detail about that in my review. Hope that clears it up!


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