I am a huge fan of Clarins’ skincare; every product I have tried not only feels beautiful against the skin it also does a great job moisturising/protecting/hydrating etc.
The new Clarins Double Serum Complete Age Control Concentrate has had beauty editors and bloggers all in a frenzy with Stylist magazine listing it as one of the years’ 10 products that will redefine our idea of what beauty is capable of!
What is all the fuss about? It’s well known that water and oil don’t mix but Clarins have somehow fused the two together – along with 20 of the most powerful known plant extracts – into a wonder serum that is instantly absorbed by the skin. The skin on our face is up to 70% water and 30% oil so using a product that closely mimics our skins natural make up means wrinkles are minimised, skin is firmer, more elastic and even-toned and pores are less visible.
Although brown skins tend not to wrinkle as fast as Caucasian skin, we are all affected by environmental factors and stress linked to lifestyle which can lead to loss of firmness, fine lines, diminished radiance and luminosity and more visible pores.
In consumer tests, after just one use, the results were amazing:
- 88% smoother skin
- 82% more radiant skin
- 73% more toned skin
Four weeks later, these same women said:
- 88% less visible pores
- 88% more even complexion
- 86% firmer, more elastic skin
- 79% reduced wrinkles
This serum hydrates, nourishes, protects, oxygenates and regenerates the skin. Is there anything it doesn’t do?
I don’t have any wrinkles (yet!) but as I’m the wrong side of 25, I have noticed my pores are larger and my complexion not as smooth as it used to be. After just one use, I could feel and see a difference. My skin felt dewy fresh, very moisturised (even in this harsh weather) and like all Clarins products, it smells gorgeous and is a pleasure to apply and wear.
A little goes a long way as two pumps in the morning and two again in the evening (before your usual moisturiser) is enough to do your whole face and neck.
Try it, you won’t be disappointed.