September 29, 2011

Clarins Face Treatment Oils

As the cold front starts to roll in you’ll need to start taking care of your skin to avoid it becoming dry, flaky, and less than cooperative.

Ahh Winter skin…does not loves it.


This is where Clarin’s Face Treatment Oils may save your day. Clarin’s range of face oils are come in various formulas for dry, dehydrated skin and are made from 100% Pure Planet Extracts.

Clarins Lotus Face Treatment Oil $50
A blend of rosewood, geranium and lotus extracts purifies, tightens pores and refines the skin texture. Hazelnut oil softens, soothes and seals in moisture to prevent fine lines.

Clarins Blue Orchid Face Treatment Oil $50
Contains extracts of rosewood, patchouli and blue orchid to tone, revitalize and restore radiance to moisture-depleted skin. Hazelnut oil helps prevent moisture loss and the formation of fine lines.

Clarins Santal Face Treatment Oil $50
Essential oils of sandalwood, cardamom and lavender tone, soothe, comfort and decongest skin that is dry, irritated or stressed. Hazelnut oil softens, smoothes and reduces redness. Helps prevent moisture loss and the formation of fine lines.

All of Clarins Oils are available on counter or online at

How do you keep your skin hydrated in the cold weather?

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  • meghan

    I use jojoba oil! It’s a lot cheaper than these! Pure shea butter is my jam too, but it can get pretty pricey. I also like to moisturize, put on primer, and then put tinted moisturizer on top! It sounds like it wouldn’t work, and admittedly it’s not the heaviest coverage, but it really does keep my skin from getting parched. 🙂

  • Ruthless

    I’ve tried Clarins face oils before (use at night only) and they are wonderful but very expensive. Clarins skincare is pretty awesome