Clarins


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3.9

623 products

12,165 reviews

68% would repurchase

Recent Clarins Reviews

Scrubs -Clarins -Gentle Exfoliating Refiner

on 4/23/2018 6:34:00 PM

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Doesnt do anything for me. Way to gentle and can't feel or see any difference after use. Smells okay. Now I just use it on my hands.

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Moisturizers -Clarins -Clarins Hydra-Essentiel Silky Cream

on 4/23/2018 1:08:00 PM

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I’ve been using this for about a year and a half...since it arrived on the market in late 2016. I like it, but I don’t love it. I’ve used everything from Le Mer to SK-II. I like this much better than those brands/products, and I keep purchasing this, because I like it and it makes my skin look amazing. My skin glows. The only reason I do not give this 5 stars is because we all know there is always something better out there. The truth is I always come back to Clarins products. What I hate about this product is it really should come in tube. It’s not thick, and it really doesn’t need to be in a jar. I would give it 5 stars if they packaged it in a tube. A jar is incredibly unnecessary and unhygienic. I think the price of $48 is fair, because I’ve paid much, much more for junk. I really wish cosmetics companies would stop with the jars of moisturizers, especially when a tube is perfectly fine. It’s one of my biggest pet peeves. It really is a good, solid product, and a little goes a long way. 1.7 ounces lasts 6-7 months. I have combination normal/dry skin, so if you have dry skin, this may be fine as a day cream, but if you really are on the dry skin side, this will NOT be enough.


Sunscreen -Clarins -UV PLUS UV+ SPF50

on 4/21/2018 12:31:00 PM

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Tried the tinted version a while ago. Texture is pretty light but I still somehow found it unsuitable for my skin particularly in humid weather. Gotta make sure to put it evenly otherwise it’d be patchy. I think the product is average and just like any regular drugstore sunscreen. The words on the bottle faded off after about 2 months. Wouldn’t buy it again - there’s nothing special about it.


Treatments (Face) -Clarins -Clarins Double Serum 38

on 4/19/2018 6:00:00 PM

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I have been using Clarins Double Cleanser Serum for a couple of months now. I like it in that it smells and feels good, but I don't notice a difference in my skin texture or luminosity. $89 US is too much to spend on something that doesn't really do anything for my skin. When I finish this bottle I am going to get the Hydra Essential Bi-Phase Serum which my skin LOVES and is $30 less.

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Cleansers -Clarins -Cleansing Milk with Gentian

on 4/14/2018 8:32:00 PM

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This isn't what I expected and can see why there are so many negative reviews.

The first thing that took me by surprise is the small amount of product that gets dispensed with each pump (I have the 400ml format) but you only need a small amount in the end.

The scent is a bit strong, kind of an old school white/yellow floral which tends to linger. I don't mind it but can see people loathing it.

The way I use the product is the one recommended on the Clarins website; warm the milk into the palms, lightly pressing onto the skin, pat several times and swipe gently. The unusual thing is that as soon as you warm the product up it turns from cream to oil.

I prefer using a flannel to remove. The makeup has effectively been dissolved but there's some kind of film remaining on the skin. If I repeat the process the film is still there but my Bioderma micellaire has no makeup residue to remove afterwards.

I always follow with a foaming cleanser to feel my skin thoroughly cleansed. So to me this is a makeup removing oil in milk form and would never use it on its own or as a morning cleanser. Does the job pretty well but after all I enjoy The Body Shop cleansing balm more as it's just as effective but smells better, costs less, it's more travel friendly and rinses easier. Won't repurchase.

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