Clarins - New Body Fit

Clarins New Body Fit

  • Moisturizing
  • caffeine
  • dimethicone
  • glycerin
  • helianthus annuus seed oil
  • phospholipids
  • polysilicone-11
  • silica
  • tocopherol
  • +5 more
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"Skin is left moisturised and smoothed, with a velvety feel."
WIMJ summary

This product can help improve hydration of the skin with the two types of ingredients.

The first type is called “humectants”:
these ingredients help attract water. When humectants are on the surface of the skin, they “pull in” the moisture from the outside environment, or from within deeper layers of the skin. The following ingredients in this product do the job: glycerin, butylene glycol.

This product also contains ingredients called “occlusives”. They help reduce the speed with which our skin loses moisture to the outside environment. These ingredients also help soften the upper layer of the skin, so it feels less tight and nicer to the touch. The following ingredients in this product do the job: dimethicone, helianthus annuus seed oil.

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Ingredients by volume

Ingredient Estimated concentration
Plain old water
45% - 55%
Can be drying and contribute to skin irritation. Used in formulars to dissolve other ingredients, create a thinner product consistency or for its antibacterial properties
8.3% - 10.2%
One of the best moisturizing ingredients. Naturally present in skin. It attracts water to the upper layer of the skin working as a humectant
4.1% - 5.1%
Used to create a nice product texture and help delivery of other ingredients. Might be somewhat helpful in attracting water to the upper layer of the skin
3.1% - 3.8%
A silicone that helps to reduce water loss from the surface of the skin. Can temporarily "fill in" lines and wrinkles, absorb oil, and create a nice product finish
2.5% - 3%
1.9% - 2.3%
Helps products spread more easily and works as an emollient to soften skin
1.7% - 2%
Might be helpful in neutralizing free radicals. Can have a dehydration effect that might somewhat decrease the look of puffy eyes
1.4% - 1.7%
A gelling agent that thickens the product consistency and leaves the skin with a velvety finish
1.2% - 1.4%
An aromatic blend of unspecified and possibly irritating ingredients
0.9% - 1.1%
0.65% - 0.95%
A silicone that forms a light film on the skin surface helping to bind water and temporarily absorb oils creating a matt and powdery feel
0.6% - 0.95%
A solvent with some emollient properties
0.55% - 0.8%
A compound obtained from horse chestnut. It is claimed that this chemical can improve circulation, but there is no evidence available that it works in skin
0.45% - 0.65%
Used to create a thicker product consistency
0.4% - 0.6%
Used to improve the product consistency and soften the upper layer of the skin
0.45% - 0.65%
0.35% - 0.65%
Stabilizes the product formulation
0.3% - 0.6%
Used to create a silky product texture and add volume to products
0.3% - 0.55%
Emollients that are naturaly present in skin. In addition, they help water and oil mix together in the product
0.3% - 0.55%
Pure form of vitamin E. Can help moisturise and protect the skin from free radicals. Often used to help stabilise other ingredients or the formula itself
0.25% - 0.5%
0.25% - 0.45%
Helps water and oil mix together and softens the upper layer of the skin
0.25% - 0.45%
A great emollient due to its high linoleic acid content. One of the most effective plant oils in helping skin hydration and repairing skin barrier function
0.25% - 0.5%
0.2% - 0.35%
A fragrance. Can be irritating
0.2% - 0.35%
0.2% - 0.35%
Helps preserve products and creates a nice product texture
0.2% - 0.4%
Helps oil and water mix together. Can be irritating
0.25% - 0.45%
0.15% - 0.25%
A preservative
0.15% - 0.25%
Used to absorb oil and can temporarily mattify skin
0.2% - 0.35%
A colorant
0.05% - 0.15%

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