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Cheap version of Clarins

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Silvertap Mon 22-Feb-16 14:33:15

Hi people,
I tried a bit of Clarins one step cleanser recently. I loved it but am looking for a much cheaper version. Does anyone know of one? I don't like cream cleansers or ones you have to wash on wash off - I just loved the texture of the clarins one.

oOJJOo Mon 22-Feb-16 14:56:37

I would try a micellar water - possibly one targeted towards hydration. I like the various Garnier, Eucerin, La Roche-Posay, and Vichy ones that I've tried. These brands often make a number of micellar waters, some targeted at normal skin, some at dry skin, others at acne-prone skins. Look for one targeted at dry skin and it will have more or less the same function and feel as the Clarins one step cleanser. It will also be cheaper.

I used the Clarins one a couple of years ago, but have subsequently not repurchased it and have started using micellar waters instead - not as luxurious but definitely just as effective.

BikeRunSki Mon 22-Feb-16 15:37:12

I think M&S cosmetics/toiletries are made by Clarins. Best confirm that though, because I have been a Simple face wash girl since the DC came along and ate all my money.

nickdrakeslovechild Mon 22-Feb-16 15:54:42

I was just coming on to say Clarins make M&S skincare. I think its the worst kept secret.

Silvertap Mon 22-Feb-16 19:42:01

Brilliant. Some great things for me to look at! Thank you so much

chocomochi Mon 22-Feb-16 21:37:58

I never knew Clarins made M&S products. Have always like Clarins but find it too expensive.

DiscoDancer Mon 22-Feb-16 22:11:12

Didn't know about M&S either. Will give them a go!

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