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By Glossqueen @Gloss_Queen


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It's pretty rare for me to repurchase something. Even if I love a product I have a pile of things to get through so I'll finish it and move on to something else. One product that I've fallen in love with and repurchased is Clarins HydraQuench Intensive Serum Bi-Phase. I started using it last winter when my skin was really dry. I had a gwp size which I really missed when I'd finished it.
I think the true test of a product is how my skin feels after I stop using it. If my skin doesn't feel any different then the product probably hasn't done anything for me, but if my skin feels worse then it's a great product. When I stopped using Bi-Phase my skin felt a lot drier. I tried substituting other products but they just didn't cut it. To my delight I discovered another gwp size in my collection and I've just ordered a full sized bottle from Mecca (great excuse to get my beauty loop box too).
HydraQuench Intensive Serum Bi-Phase a very strange product. It feels like water and absorbs immediately, I can't feel it on my skin at all. When I apply it it feels like it's doing nothing, but when I don't use it I notice how tight and dry my skin feels. I use Bi-Phase in addition to my usual serum. So I'll use a serum, Bi-Phase, moisturiser, sunscreen and BB or foundation. It is an extra step but very worthwhile.
The full size bottle costs $68 (AUD) which I think is a bargain. It's 30ml and the gwp size I had is 5ml. With daily use the 5ml bottle lasted around four months, so the 30ml bottle will last for at least 12 months.
If you have dry skin Bi-Phase is worth a try, it could be a game changer for you.

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