MakeUp4All AUTUMN 2011 Online Beauty Magazine

Clarins Toners Guide for Dry and Sensitive Skin

I know that a lot of readers come to Makeup4all for all things Clarins, so here, as promised, is my guide to Clarins toners. I did a detailed review about each product, so this post will be a brief summery, you can read all the details by clicking the links.

Before we start, I’d like to mention that I have very dry and sensitive skin, and my age group is 26-30.


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One-Step Facial Cleanser with Orange Extract (review)

Such an amazing orange scented product which gently cleanses the skin, leaves is super smooth, soft and glowing. A must have here. Will re-purchase in the future. Can I say once again that I love it?!

Clarins Water Comfort One-Step Cleanser with Peach Essential Water (review)

This is a nice product which smells of peaches and cleanses the skin but I’d say that since my skin is so dry I loved the cleanser with orange extract better. However, if you don’t like duo-phased products and find them  sticky or heavy – this is a very nice product to consider. There is also an option for oily skin.

Extra-Comfort Toning Lotion for Dry and Sensitive Skin (review)

Another favourite. This may be the best toner for dry and sensitive skin that I personally tried. I can definitely tell the difference, the skin feels more hydrated and I’d say that it calms and soothes. This combined with a good serum feels like heaven for tight and flaky dry skin.

Clarins Toning Lotion with Camomile for Dry and Normal Skin (review)

Although, this is the toner which gets a lot of coverage, I did not find it to be anything extraordinary.  Don’t get me wrong, it is a  good  product but probably a  better option for normal skin.

Clarins Gentle Exfoliator Brightening Toner (review)

This is a winner! A gentle but effective exfoliator. I use it religiously two-three times per week which is what brand recommends and what is enough for me personally.  I use it on the face and then, with what is left on the cotton, use it on my hands.

I really wish Clarins also had a  rose water spray which I could use to re-hydrate and refresh my skin on the go.

Stay tuned for the second part which will be dedicated to cleansers.

Escentual. com have the best on-line prices for Clarins

You can also buy Clarins from Sephora, House of Fraser and  Debenhams.

FYI: Exfoliating Toner was a PR sample, everything else bought by myself. This is not a sponsored post.


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