Extra-Firming Day – Dry Skin

Extra-Firming Day – Dry Skin Extra-Firming Day – Dry Skin
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$ 89.00
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Age-defying day cream that visibly firms, lifts, and fights wrinkles.
  • Skin Type Dry
  • Texture Cream
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Age-defying day cream that visibly firms, lifts, and fights wrinkles.
The ideal anti-ageing day cream for visibly firming and rejuvenating dry skin. Provides an immediate smoothing effect. Day after day, the skin’s youthfulness is boosted, wrinkles are visibly reduced, facial contours appear sculpted, and features appear refreshed. The complexion is more even, skin radiates beauty. Clarins Anti-Pollution Complex.
Product Attributes
  • Skin Type: Dry
  • Texture: Cream
  • Concern: Anti-Ageing
  • Age Range: 40s
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Nature Lover's Gift

Experience our spring beauty picks—a 5-piece gift that includes refreshing formulas and a garden-green tote. FREE with any $100 order. A value of $62.

Code: EARTH19

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About the product
The ideal anti-ageing day cream for visibly firming and rejuvenating dry skin. Provides an immediate smoothing effect. Day after day, the skin’s youthfulness is boosted, wrinkles are visibly reduced, facial contours appear sculpted, and features appear refreshed. The complexion is more even, skin radiates beauty. Clarins Anti-Pollution Complex.
Featured Ingredients
  • Oat Oat Used for centuries for food and by herbalists, oat has become extremely popular since research revealed its high content of vitamins and minerals. In cosmetics, oat helps to moisturize and soften the skin, while the sugars from the grain have extreme firming powers for an immediate smoothing effect. Discover
  • Shea Shea The Shea tree is a magical tree, especially for women and it is known as the "King of the Savannah" in Africa. It is a sacred tree, which should never be cut down or damaged. Women are considered its guardians and collect the large nuts that yield the butter for which the tree is so famous. Its cosmetic virtues date back to antiquity; Shea Butter is exceptionally rich in unsaponifiables, the most precious part of antioxidant-rich vegetable oils. Discover
  • Acerola Fruit Acerola Fruit Acerola is a wild cherry used by the indigenous people in the Amazon. Clarins research has employed this fruit for its unprecedented anti-dark spot action. Acerola Fruit extract helps promote a fair, bright, even skin tone. Discover
  • Kangaroo paw Kangaroo paw On the sandy plains of Western Australia, kangaroo paws offer a dazzling spectacle. Their slender stems blossom into unusual furry flowers in bright shades of red, green and yellow. The astonishing shape of their bracts is reminiscent of kangaroo paws and earned the plant its common name. The prolific kangaroo paw doesn't just produce large quantities of seeds Discover
  • Desert date Desert date A tree growing in the dry regions of Africa and Asia, the desert date – not to be confused with the date palm, which produces the date fruit – demonstrates extraordinary robustness. Its powerful system of roots enables it to dig deep down to reach water reserves in the ground and to withstand long periods of drought. This feat fascinates local populations, who consider the desert date to be sacred. The generous tree is an integral part of daily life, serving as a food source for humans and livestock, a medicinal plant, a construction material and fuel for fires. The oily paste obtained from its fruits was traditionally used to cleanse the skin and to reduce dark spots. Discover
  • African ebony African ebony The African ebony tree enjoys immense prestige from local populations, to which it provides multiple benefits. Its uses span throughout the dietary, domestic, and medicinal fields, where its leaves are particularly utilized to treat skin conditions such as scarring. Discover
  • Furcellaria Furcellaria A red algae common to the coasts of the North Atlantic, furcellaria loves light. It can be found in the area of the foreshore that becomes exposed at low tide. With the light of day, it then displays the beautiful reddish-brown color of its dense frond. From the furcellaria, a water-soluble gum is extracted, which is used in food for its thickening, gelling, and stabilizing properties. Discover
  • Succory Dock-Cress Succory Dock-Cress Succory dock-cress is a widespread annual plant which flowers from June to September and prefers semi-shade conditions. It is an easy-growing plant that can even be found alongside highways. It has long been used to heal scabies and soothe irritation caused by breast-feeding (hence its name “nipplewort”). In cosmetics, succory dock-cress extract, with its anti-free radical properties, helps stimulate the skin’s natural defenses against environmental aggressors. Discover
  • Girdlepod Girdlepod A small annual plant from West Africa, girdlepod favors light and sandy soils and is also grown as a crop. It is treasured by local populations for its nutritional and medicinal qualities, helping them to supplement the diets of their livestock on the one hand, and to treat skin conditions on the other. Discover
  • Sanicle Sanicle Sanicle is found in Europe in the shade of undergrowth, which it brightens with its immaculate flowers in the spring. In the Middle Ages, the first medical “school” in the West, Schola Medica Salernitana, classified it as a cure-all. It calms upset stomachs and works wonders on burns, wounds, and bruises. In the early 20th century its reputation declined, only to come back stronger a short time later in the cosmetic field. Organic sanicle extract helps protect the skin from the harmful effects of free radicals. Discover
Ingredients
Avena sativa, Malpighia emarginata, balanites_roxburghii, sanicula_europaea, diospyros_mespiliformis, anigozanthos_flavidus, mitracarpus_scaber, furcellaria_lumbricalis, lapsana_communis
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