It's an oil-rich formula that contains decent amounts of Peanut oil, Shea Butter and Candlenut extract (Candlenut is toning and softening. Do note that this lotion also has a high mineral oil content - I would have loved it if the formula was vegetable oils only, and I actually felt a little sad when I saw this). Furthermore, it contains AHA's to keep skin radiant, as well as Orange Blossom extract to tone. Of course Clarins wouldn't be Clarins without the signature plant extracts - Olive, Peach and Pea extracts in this case to further tone, moisturise and soothe.
|Clarins Moisture Rich Body Lotion|
I love the Clarins Moisture Rich Lotion because it even though the formula is super rich, the texture is still soft enough to be squeezed out of a tube - this always wins points in my book from both a hygiene and convenience point of view. Texture-wise, it's definitely not thin (I tend to jump to this conclusion when I see the word 'lotion'), but it's clearly formulated brilliantly - it spreads very easily, and leaves the slightest, thinnest sheen to protect your skin against the elements and eliminate dull and dreary dead-skin appearance.
I'm almost at the end of my tube, and it's one of the products that made my list of things that I'll be replenishing. I nearly forgot to mention - it has a soft, subtle fruity scent (nothing crazy OTT Tutti Frutti) that gives me that 'I'm special' feeling.
Available at Clarins counters, R365 for 200ml.