The Clarins My Clarins Re-Move Radiance Exfoliating Powder is the newest addition to the Clarins My Clarins skincare collection for spring 2020. The usual demographic of the Clarins customer is 30 plus.
However the new My Clarins collection is targeted towards those aged between 18 and 29 and perhaps wish to start a skincare regime but don’t know where to begin. The new My Clarins collection is vegan friendly with their products also having 88% of their ingredients of a natural origin (except their PORE-LESS and CLEAR-OUT targeted treatments.
Clarins My Clarins Re-Move Radiance Exfoliating Powder
Clarins My Clarins Re-Move Radiance Exfoliating Powder Benefits
- Cleanses skin of impurities
- Smooths and refines the skin’s texture
- Fresh luminous complexion
- Eco-conscious packaging
- Vegan-friendly – clear skin, clear conscience
Recommended amount: 1/2 teaspoon per treatment. Use a smaller amount or less often, depending on your skin type.
- Apply after mixing with My Clarins RE-MOVE Purifying Cleansing Gel or water. Once or twice a week, rub them together in your palm until a light lather forms.
- Massage gently all over the face. Avoid the eye area.
- Rinse thoroughly with water, then dry.
Oryza Sativa (Rice) Powder, Sucrose, Sodium Lauroyl Glutamate, Bambusa Arundinacea Stem Extract, Distarch Phosphate, Vaccinium Macrocarpon (Cranberry) Fruit Powder, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Shell Powder, Maltodextrin, Moringa Oleifera Seed Extract.
The Clarins My Clarins Re-Move Radiance Exfoliating Powder is £17 and contains 40g of product, inside a white rounded plastic bottle with a red flip top cap. As soon as I read about the Clarins My Clarins Re-Move Radiance Exfoliating Powder, it instantly reminded me of the Dermalogica Micro-Exfoliant powder exfoliator which you tip into your palm, then add water to create a paste.
As well as the Revolution Conditioning Rice Powder Exfoliator that recently launched. I really like the sound of this particular version, and I don’t think £17 is too bad for a luxury skincare brand like Clarins.
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