Based on 172 reviews
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- Great for sensitive skin
- Lightweight formula
- Moisturizing without being greasy or heavy
- Helps to calm inflammation
- Rich in anti-aging ingredients
I'm a beginner when it comes to face products, so I don't have a very high bar. I was looking for something light and moisturizing for my oily and acne-prone skin and the Midnight Blue cream delivered. A little goes a long way with this. It doesn't have a particularly strong scent, but leaves my ski...
Why the Klairs Midnight Blue Calming Cream is kind of a big deal - Geeky
Final Verdict PackagingIngredientsTexture/ApplicationPerformancePriceI love this cream. I love that it really does soothe and repair, and I love how soft it makes my skin feel. For me this definitely is a star product in the Klairs line, and that's really saying something
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The Klairs Midnight Blue Calming Cream works so well for sensitive and dry skin types. I have combination skin and I used it whenever I wax my upper lip, it calms and soothes it so I don't get as many breakouts. The Klairs supple preparation toner seems to be a staple as well.
Phenomenal, Worth It!
Absolutely worth every single cent! I have severe rosacea that leave my nose and cheeks dry, flaky, and breaking out. I’ve had little success with anything topical that will provide and relief to my irritated skin. My sister recommended it to me when I was looking for a moisturizer after a severe su...
Review: Klairs Midnight Blue Calming Cream | BTY ALY
It’s always nice to have this kind of soothing product at hand, especially when you’re addicted to strong anti-aging ingredients, retinol and acids, like me!. In addition, I used this cream at the same time as the Midnight Blue Youth Activating Drops serum from Klairs, which I reviewed a few months ago, and I found that the two products complemented each other very well, and strengthened this anti-inflammatory effect!. In conclusion:
[routine help] can you recommend a moisturizer for combo skin?
If you want something more hydrating, their ‘intense’ version is creamier and equally good (it got me through accutane without any peeling skin so I’m eternally grateful to it!). As for other hydrating (but oily skin friendly) moisturisers, there’s Cosrx Ultimate Moisturising Honey Overnight Mask (it’s better as a moisturiser than a mask); or Klairs Midnight blue calming cream (which is a little thicker but not greasy).