Why the Klairs Midnight Blue Calming Cream is kind of a big deal

Written by Jenny Wu
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  1. Alexa says:

    Totally agree, this cream is so soothing.

  2. Chitra p says:

    Hi ,

    Can this be used as a mositurizer. I have an combination skin. Daily night I am using this an moisturizer before going to bed. I could see lot of reviews states that it is meant only for redness and other problems and not as a mositurizer.

  3. Maggie lalmuanpuii says:

    Hope this helps for pores and post inflammation due to extraction of blackheads esp around the nose

  4. Maggie lalmuanpuii says:

    I have just started using thia cream as itbhas reached me just today since my t-zone area pore is so terrible im using it to combat the pores and to soothe the redness/ inflammation after popping out the blackheads around this area…since the feedback from most of the users are pretty positive im hoping it helps…im having the most sensitive skin and im using it on top of vit c serum at night..hope this is the right way to use this cream…

    • Jenny says:

      If you have sensitive skin, you’ll want to stop using vitamin c serums that use “ascorbic acid” (check the ingredients label). Otherwise I’ve had good results with this soothing redness, good luck!

  5. Dian says:

    Is it safe to use for pregnant women ?

  6. Dave says:

    Can it cure acne?

    • Jenny Wu says:

      Hi Dave! Unfortunately the cream by itself won’t do much for acne. I would recommend using spot treatment products specifically targeted towards acne for best results. Hope this helps!

  7. I’m impressed sodium hyaluronate is the 5th ingredient on the list [but it also makes me think there won’t be too much of the other ingredients after this one…] it looks great for some real water hydration! Have you ever tried a sensitive skin cream with bisabolol in it? That is the ingredient naturally found in Chamomile that is responsible for all the skin soothing, anti-inflammatory skills… great for sensitive skin :D


    • Jenny Wu says:

      I’ve heard of bisabolol, but I don’t think any of my products contain that. I typically don’t purchase products for sensitive skin since my skin is actually pretty resilient, but bisabolol sounds like an excellent ingredient! Thanks for the tip!

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