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Posted by on Aug 14, 2013 in Skincare | 0 comments

Clarins – HydraQuench Cream-Mask

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Clarins HydraQuench Cream-Mask

If you are a regular reader of Beauty Best Friend you will know that I am a big fan of Clarins skincare and I am a regular user of their HydraQuench Lotion which I reviewed here. So when I was sent this HydraQuench Cream-Mask* to try out I was very excited. The ingredients include Hyaluronic acid which helps to restore the skin’s water reserves and Katafray extract which also helps dehydrated skin to hold on to moisture.

Firstly I must apologise for the quality of the photographs that I have taken of this product, the pearlescent shimmery finish of the blue tube reflects the light and has made it very difficult for me to take a clear photo of the tube!

Clarins HydraQuench Cream-Mask Product Review

Clarins HydraQuench Cream-Mask is a thick, creamy, white non-drying mask which aims to add moisture to dehydrated or dry skins. It has a mild scent reminiscent of old-fashioned moisturisers or lotions like Astral. The mask should be applied to the face with the fingertips and then left on for 5 to 10 minutes. Clarins suggests removing the mask with a cotton pad that has been soaked in toner, but I prefer to use a damp facecloth and then wipe with cotton wool and toner afterwards.

I have combination skin with oily chin and nose, but drier dehydrated skin on my forehead and cheeks. I have found that HydraQuench Cream-Mask leaves the skin on my forehead and cheeks feeling soft and moisturised, but it can make my chin in particular feel more oily than usual. Therefore in the future I will just be using this mask on the drier sections of my face for a moisture boost. I imagine this mask will be invaluable in Winter, when skin can be left thirsty from the drying effects of central heating and the cold weather.

Clarins HydraQuench Cream-Mask

If you have dry or dehydrated skin, then I would highly recommend this mask to you. You don’t need to apply too much to get a good covering on the skin either, so the 75ml tube will last for ages too.

HydraQuench Cream-Mask is priced at £33 for 75ml and is available from Clarins.

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* PR sample

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