- Skin Type: All skin types
- Texture: Gel / Fluid
- Finish: mat
- Age Range: All Ages
Swoon over a "barely-there" texture
A new-generation irresistible texture
- Ultra-light 93%*
- Surprising 89%*
- Fresh 84%*
*Consumer test – 112 women – 2 weeks.
Lip color and care – no compromises!
Waterlip is a real beauty cocktail with all the benefits of a lip treatment. Rich in plant extracts, the formula makes lips feel soft and comfortable:
Organic raspberry water
to soften the lips.
Organic aloe vera extract
to protect them against dehydration.
Clarins anti-pollution complex
(white tea, succory dock-cress, and furcellaria extracts) to strengthen the lips’ barrier function against external aggressors. For the first time in a Clarins lip product.
Applying your Waterlip Lip Tint is as easy as can be!
The brush is infused with just the right amount of color and perfectly hugs the shape of your lips for customizable application.
Goodbye colors that fade too quickly. Goodbye lipstick prints and make-up that stains. Clarins’ first Lip Tint is here!
Aloe vera Widely cultivated in tropical regions, the use of aloe vera can be dated back to Ancient Egypt. It is said that Cleopatra attributed the secret of her legendary beauty to the plant. Since then, research carried out on the gel obtained from the heart of the aloe leaf has revealed the presence of softening, moisturizing and regenerating compounds. In the medical field, aloe is used externally to stimulate the circulation and encourage healing. Discover
Raspberry Raspberry is the fruit of the Raspberry bush, a bramble from the mountainous regions of Europe. According to legend, the Raspberry was originally white and first appeared in Crete, a Mediterranean island where the young Jupiter, future king of the gods of Ancient Greece, had his home. One day, Jupiter would not stop crying so his servant gathered some raspberries to console the boy. In doing so, she scratched her arm and her blood stained the white fruit red for ever. Discover
African ebony The African ebony is highly prized by local communities thanks to its many benefits. It is used in many areas, not only in the food industry but also in the domestic and medicinal fields where its leaves in particular are used to treat the skin, for example in healing wounds. In cosmetics, African ebony extract helps protect the skin from the harmful effects of pollution and free radicals. The extract used by Clarins Laboratories is organic. Discover