Clarins One Step Cleanser with Orange extract Review
I have heard so many amazing things about “Clarins” skincare products. And when it comes to skincare the first step is to always remove your makeup properly. If you have been following my blog for a while you’ll know I’m a bit of a skincare junkie and I like to try out new skincare products. I absolutely love Garnier Micellar water to remove my makeup, ever since I have started using it I haven’t tried out a new makeup removing product. Anyhow, while I was in Barcelona, I bought clarins one step facial cleanser, it was an impulse buy, I was using makeup wipes on the vacation and it was just not feeling right to me. I like removing my makeup with makeup remover and cotton rounds, so “one step cleanser” sounded great at that time.
Clarins One Step Cleanser Claims:
Skin Type: Normal, Dry, Combination, Oily
A cleanser and toner in one time-saving step! Clarins’ dual-action, anti-pollution formula — with gentle Orange and Moringa Seed extracts- — removes every last trace of make-up, impurities and skin-dulling dry cells, while reviving skin’s natural radiance. So pure and refreshing, there’s no need to rinse.
HOW TO APPLY
Shake well before use. Soak a cotton pad and begin by gently dabbing over face to dislodge impurities. Turn pad over and gently smooth over face. No need to rinse off.
Clarins one step cleanser is more of an eye makeup remover concept. There’re two separated liquids in the bottle and you have to rinse it well before you use it. Just like oil based makeup removers. It smells AHHHHMAZING ! When it comes to removing the makeup, it doesn’t work any better or worse than the garnier micellar water. Clarins one step cleanser definitely leaves residue on the skin, which I think is because you don’t need to rinse it off and it offers other skin benefits as well. It doesn’t sit well with me. Firstly because I need to rinse my face with water after removing makeup, no matter how tired I am, otherwise I just feel uncomfortable. Secondly it claims to remove every last trace of makeup, I totally disagree with that, I use Clarisonic, and trust me it doesn’t take off every last trace of makeup, just like other makeup removers.
I like the smell of it, and I like how it removes makeup, but the benefits are not for me. If you are someone who isn’t good with their makeup removing routine and you want something really quick that is not only going to remove your makeup but also keep it moisturized and balanced than you will love this product. Micellar waters are more my thing, but it’s just about preference. In my opinion if you want to spend your money on clarins products go for their moisturizers and facial oil instead of a makeup remover.
I hope you find this post helpful. Have you tried Clarins one step cleanser?