Today's Wall Street Journal has a skin care article, "When Skin Cream Gets Bossy" by Elizabeth Holmes that features my experience with Clarins Shaping Facial Lift Serum ($75) which I posted last month on Coquette.
It was great telling Elizabeth my story and experience with the Clarins serum. Make sure you click to watch her video talking about the process as well as the differences in American and European/Asian women's beauty routines. After being in France, I learned so much more about skin care. I realized that the key to having good skin lies in the application techniques. This is why I applaud Clarins for introducing this French style of skin care to the U.S.
The Clarins Shaping Facial Lift Serum is by far one of the best products I've tried. I've been using it for almost three months now and it's well worth the minimal effort to do the facial techniques outlined in the little booklet. I had no "double chin" photos from our vacation at all. No joke. Last week, my mom's best friend, a Chinese "auntie" saw me for the first time in year. She was convinced I lost weight and kept repeating it. I told her that was impossible since I actually gained 5 pounds from my trip to France. She finally said stubbornly, "No, I can tell you lost weight. Your face looks skinner!" And that's when I knew it was from using this serum!
Read my recent review for the Clarins Shaping Facial Lift Serum on Coquette.