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Hello everyone!

I look forward to seeing so many of you in the coming weeks at the Clarins events.

If you are interested, you will receive a gift in Debenhams until 21 April with the purchase of two recommended Clarins products, one of which is skin care products.
You can choose from 4 free special sizes from a selection of 8, presented in a sumptuous bag. Plus: with the purchase of an additional skin care product you will also receive 2 super travel formats worth £ 25.

What I wear:

Further information about products is available here:

Products called:
Instant Eye Make-Up Remover – suitable for waterproof mascara and heavier eye makeup.

Gentle Eye Make-Up Remover – suitable for normal make-up, wearers of contact lenses, eyelash extensions and sensitive eyes.

Water Comfort One Step Cleanser – also known as micellar water – suitable for normal to dry.

Water Purification One Step Cleanser – (again micellar water) suitable for normal to combined.

Alpine Cleansing Milk – suitable for normal drying.

Gentian Cleansing Milk – suitable for normal to combined.

Extra Comfort Anti-Pollution Cleansing Cream – suitable for more sensitive skins, people who live in areas with high levels of pollution.

Soft foaming cleanser with cotton seed – suitable for normal to combined.

Soft foaming cleaner with Shea Butter – suitable for dry skin.

Gentle foaming cleanser with tamarind – suitable for oily skin.

Pure Melt Cleansing Gel – suitable for all skins, ideal for speed, morning cleaning.

One-Step Gentle Exfoliating Cleanser – suitable for skins that have more & # 39; oomph & # 39; need.

Camomile Toning Lotion – suitable for normal to dry.

Iris Toning Lotion – suitable for normal to combined.

Gentle Exfoliating Lotion – glycolic acid – suitable for use 2/3 x week.

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Caroline Hirons c / o
Gleam Futures
6th floor
60 Charlotte Street
London W1T 2NU
caroline@gleamfutures.com (skin care questions can not be answered at this address)

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