Clarins Beauty in Bloom Limited Edition Collection

What do you get if you take a selection of Clarins’ hero products and give them a floral twist? Say hello to Beauty in Bloom – Clarins’ new launch that gives us the chance to indulge our makeup collection with some pretty packaging whilst stocking up on some of Clarins’ most coveted products.

This limited edition collection comprises of a Hand and Nail Treatment Cream Trio (£25), three florally-adorned Instant Light Natural Lip Perfectors (£18) and a Daily Energiser Lovely Lip Balm (£16). The Hand and Nail Treatment kit is presented in a beautiful, leaf printed pouch and contains the cult beauty product in three new fragrances – orange leaf, white tea leaf and fig leaf. If you need some intensive care for your hands then this treatment cream is a lovely remedy for dry, sore hands and cuticles.

Did you know that every 36 seconds, a Instant Light Natural Lip Perfector is sold worldwide? Possibly one of my favourite beauty products…ever, these gorgeous lip products have been given a flowery revamp and now come in three, limited edition shades – pink, orange and red shimmer. Not a gloss, nor a lipstick, they are creamy and smooth and luscious to wear and nourish the lips also with a formula of Shea butter and wild mango butter. Oh and they smell like vanilla cupcakes. Yum!

Finally Clarins have launched a new lip balm to nourish and protect our lips against the Summer heat. It contains organic cocoa butter and Shea oil to moisturise and repair, as well as redcurrant extract to leave lips feelings smoother and fuller-looking. It contains a clever pigment that reacts to the pH of your lips to bring out their natural colour – giving you a bespoke, rosy pout. The packaging is so pretty and guarantees you wont lose this lip balm at the bottom of your handbag. Plus it has a sweet, peach fragrance. Lovely!

The new Beauty in Bloom collection is now available on counters and online. Which Summer essential have you got your eye on?

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*this post contains samples gifted for review purposes

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