Day Wrinkle Lifting Cream All Skin Types
I have used this extra firming line for 10 years. I like it better than newer products. Good moisturizer prepares my skin for beautiful color application.
I have very few lines and I'm 63! It works if you work at it.
July 8, 2013
We all love Clarins because the products are such a pleasure to use. Silky textures, wonderful scents, soothing to apply. New Extra-Firming Day does not disappoint.
It hydrates very well, leaves just enough "slip" on the surface for a glowing effect and smooth foundation application, and has a definite, cumulative smoothing and firming action. Obviously, you will not get the same results from a cosmetic as you will from a medical product or procedure. But for me the results are worth continuing to use it.
I also use Double Serum and find I get better results if I use less Extra-Firming Day rather than more. Really just enough to film the skin. And the Clarins Touch Methods are imperative to get the maximum benefit!
April 21, 2013
I have very fair, dry, aging, delicate skin. This cream doe absolutely nothing for me. It just seems to soak in and make the skin dry as if nothing was applied. I've been using Clarins products for more years than I can count and this is the first time a Clarins product has failed to achieve the intended use.
April 17, 2013
Dissapointed with the new formula
I have been using this cream for over 10 years and loved it. I converted all my friends, mom and relatives to it. I am a Clarins addict using the whole line: eye, serum, cream. Most product lines, Sun screen, make up everthing I use is Clarins. Somehow the new formula is very dissapointing. It does not absorb well, like the previous formula did. The results are not the same. I noticed same thing happened with the hydraquench cream too since the reformulation. Anyways.. I run at all stores and got all their old formula suply. I am now looking at other brands which is surprising for me ... I never tought I would.
If you are just starting now with this.. hopefully it will be OK for you. If you were using the previous formula... you may have a surprise.
March 20, 2013