Clarins Hand & Nail Treatment Cream Reviews
Description:Brand: Clarins / Type: Makeup / Contents/Size: 100ml / Protect against chapping and irritation with this all-time ... more
Clarins Hand & Nail Treatment Cream ... best-seller / Think soft hands and stronger nails thanks to extracts of Sesame, Japanese Mulberry and Myrrh / This must-have cream provides much-needed moisturisation for the hands / It promotes soft, supple hands, long-lasting comfort and also strengthens nails / Softens Hands / Minimises Age Spots / Strengthens Nails;
Newest Review: ... about £18, and I just wasn't sure that I could justify it. One of the Clarins staff members caught me nosing around one day ... more
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by - written on 17/03/08 (Useful, 92 readings)
I bought the hand cream on a Clarins shopping spree. I love it because it contains Myrrh extract which treats nails, which is where some hand creams fall! All you have to do is gently massage your nails each time you apply the cream and it leaves you with stronger, healthier nails. Perfect for people with brittle nails. It also leaves your hands feeling really smooth, as it is designed for dry and tired hands. It also absorbs really fast meaning you can apply and go straight away. perfect for if your in a rush, which most of us most of the time! Not only this but the product states it also helps prevent signs of ageing on your hands such as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/06/11 (Very useful, 69 readings)
Clarins have been around since 1954, and the brand gives the impression of not having changed much in all that time. This could be seen as having confidence in their product, as they feel they don't have to change with the whims of fashion. To me the brand has a slightly old fashioned, 'genteel' personality which is kind of comforting and classy. They use no animal products in their ranges, and say that "sustainable plants are at the heart of the Clarins brand", in 1987 they were the first French company to give up animal testing which is a huge feather in their cap. Clarins has a very nice website which gives lots of details of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/03/11 (Very useful, 86 readings)
As mentioned in previous reviews, my husband's Aunt bought me a Clarins gift set for Christmas which featured a Body Scrub, Face Wash (see separate reviews) and this final product; a Hand Cream. This is my final Clarins review and I have saved my favourite till last.. Packaging~ This hand cream comes housed in the same classic and elegantly designed packaging that most other Clarins products seem to come in; being in the uniform colours of white with the famous red logo and wording. There is a gold rim around the base of the tube which finishes it off perfectly and gives the somewhat basic packaging a more opulent appearance. The size is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/11 (Very useful, 100 readings)
Picture the scene-a cold rainy night in a dark winding street, lit only by a single street lamp. Ahead there's a bar, buzzing with folks soaking in the warmth of their surroundings, laughing and drinking, carefree and happy. But here, it's cold. Bitterly cold. I know where I want to be, and I know that I can only be there with you by my side. Without you, there's no way I'm taking these dry cracked hands to any bar in any town. You came to me some time ago, through an old friend. There was no chance I was ever gonna pay for you Clarins- sure you're classy but I ain't parting with the eighteen British Dollars for your 100mls for nobody, no matter how pretty ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/07/12 (Very useful, 45 readings)
I have been using Clarins products for a couple of years now and mainly use the cleanser, toner and shower gels. A friend recommended that I try this hand cream, and it took me a while to take her up on the advice as I couldn't bring myself to spend so much money on 'just a hand cream'. I'm a massive fan of lotions and potions and have tonnes of hand creams in my drawer at home. Usually opting for a cheapish one from boots (Vaseline or similar, which would normally set me back about £4 max). The Clarins Hand and Nail Treatment Cream was about £18, and I just wasn't sure that I could justify it. One of the Clarins staff members caught me nosing ... Read the complete review
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