Clarins Lip Comfort Oil Review

My new favorite Lip Oil for Fall is the Clarins Lip Comfort Oil. I got this sample in my August Birchbox. This luxury lip oil comes in 7 high shine finishes including Mint, Honey, Raspberry, Red Berry, Honey Glam (which has gold flecks), Tangerine and Candy (which is pink). I have Mint.

What’s to love?

According to Sephora this Lip Oil…

This pure plant oil formula—with a blend of hazelnut and organic jojoba oils—nourishes, smooths, and enhances lips while forming a protective layer of transparent color to help lock in moisture for deep hydration.

I found the formula to be super easy to apply and wear. It’s not sticky or heavy and it makes my lips shine. The colors are supposed to have a bit of a tint but the mint I have is clear.

The mint formula has a bit of a tingle and gives a plumping effect.  Candy & Tangerine react to the pH of your lips, giving them a customized shade of pink, for a natural, high-shine result and Honey Glam provides a shimmering result.

You can use it alone, under or on top of lipstick.

Full-Sized Price: $26 and it’s Made in France.

Check out my August 2017 Birchbox video unboxing too!

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About Queen of the Girl Geeks

Bonnie is a 47-year-old girl geek. She started her career as a geek way back in the 1970's after she saw Star Wars 37 times. She loves hanging out in cosmetics shops, writing about the latest beauty products and helping moms over 40 look amazing.
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2 Responses to Clarins Lip Comfort Oil Review

  1. Tigritsa says:

    I love this oil! I have the raspberry one and it makes my lips so soft!

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