April 05, 2016

Clarins Skincare Haul

This haul is part repurchase and part impulse buy. Normally I spend hours researching a skincare product before buying, especially when it’s on the expensive side. Clarins isn’t a brand that has always been on my radar. However since I picked up one of their cleansers during a Sephora sale I’ve noticed that my dry and dehydrated skin loves it.

I got the Blue Orchid Face Treatment Oil last autumn/winter when I finally decided to invest in an oil. In the past I had tried every mask and overnight treatment I could get my hands on but never saw the results I'd hoped for. I was always a bit skeptic when it came to putting actual oil on my face but I figured it couldn't get any worse. At this point my skin was so dehydrated that any foundation looked patchy on me within an hour. This oil worked wonders for my skin and my confidence. I use 6-8 drops on cleansed and toned skin. The oil doesn't feel heavy or greasy while I massage it in. It gradually absorbs and leaves my skin smooth and hydrated. Plus it smells divine!

While picking up another another bottle of the oil I was looking at their HydraQuench range. I walked out with the HydraQuench Cream and travel sizes of the matching serum and mask. I was looking for a light weight hydrating moisturiser that absorbs well without leaving a greasy residue. I'm hoping to use this in the morning under my foundation. My first impression is good but I'll update you in a couple of weeks to let you know if this works in the long haul.

Which skincare products did you add to your collection recently?



  1. oh i hope you are going to like the Hydra Quench by Clarins as I have it too and its my fav ! ( i have a review on my blog about it that have done few months ago)
    loving your haul! Clarins is one of my fav brand with Clinique. x


  2. I haven't tried Clarins skin care but I think I might have to now! :) x



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