Clarins HydraQuench Intense Serum Bi-Phase and Cooling Cream-Gel
I am a huge fan of Clarin’s Hydra Quench line so am excited about the newest additions to the range.
First of all there is a HydraQuench Intense Serum Bi-Phase, which is described as ‘an incredibly light, yet deeply comforting bi-phase serum with the power to rescue seriously dehydrated skin.’
The formula contains: 2-Types Hyaluronic Acid, Fair Trade Katafray Bark Extract, Inca Peanut Extract, Alfalfa extract & Red Algae.
After the clinical tests for two weeks by 43 woman the following results were shown:
- More hydrated skin 87.2%
- Softer skin 87.2%
- More supple skin 82.5%
- Dehydration lines smoothed 74.4%
It is already available and retails for £40 for 30ml glass bottle with pump.
There is also a new HydraQuench Cooling Cream-Gel (50ml, £33.50)
‘The cooling effect of a gel for normal to combination skin or hot climates. A hydrating and pollution protecting formula rich in Katafray bark extract, Hyaluronic acid complex, Sorbier bud extract, Pomegranate and Willow Herb extracts as well as E3P Complex.’
In winter I am using the HydraQuench cream with SPF 15 for dry and normal skin so this one sounds perfect for summer, especially when it’s hot.