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Alorée Chlorocosmétic is an organic French brand which proposes natural skincare products based on active chlorophyll. The chlorophyll is extracted from barley sprouts using an eco certificate procedure (more about here  ECOCERT and  COSMEBIO ).

The CHC (Chlorophyllin Hordeum Complex) is an active phyto-complex rich in chlorophyll, polyphenols, natural oils and Omega 3. All these elements help with the cellular metabolism of your skin and protects it from premature aging.

All the ingredients are 100% natural and  come from France, Provence of  Languedoc Roussillion. The actual products contain NO parabens, NO preservatives, NO artificial perfume, NO allergens.

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My kit contains a 100% natural powder made of organic alfalfa seeds and olive kernels which are know for their detoxifying and brightening properties, a small dish and a handy spatula.

You can use the powder in a mask, as I actually did, or/and as a gentle scrub for a more often usage. It also came with a sample of the Chloro Vitae Radiant Mask, an antioxidant and detoxifying mask.

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So, what I did was mixing the content of that mask sample with some organic powder, applied it on my freshly cleansed skin ( but only in the areas where my skin needed some brightening and detox action: forehead, around my nose and chin area ). I let it work its magic for 5 minutes then I massaged it into my skin, for a gentle exfoliation. Then I cleaned my face with some lukewarm water and a soft cloth.

Except for a bit of redness I got on my cheeks which disappeared in a few minutes anyway, my skin felt amazing. It was clean, bright, soft and smooth. A good thing is that it has no particular smell. I can sense though a scent of grass ( ?! ) if that is even possible.

I plan do apply this mask once a week as I did with my REN Clarimatte Invisible Pores Detox Mask, which unfortunately is gone. I will try the product as a scrub more often too just to see how it performs.

I got mine here.

Hope this was helpful!

See you soon, beautiful!

xx, Annie