Clarins Canada Coupon Code: Free Shipping & 3 Free Samples

28 June 2014


Well, here on Bargainmoose, there’s not much more that we love than free shipping deals. And that’s just what Clarins Canada is offering for a few more days – free shipping on any order with no minimum spend.

Click here to use the Clarins coupon code online now

  • Coupon Code: CLR4AF1
  • Discount: Free shipping
  • Expires: 29th June 2014

Usually your cart has to be a minimum value of $75 or more before Clarins give you free shipping. The regular shipping fee is $7, so it saves you that amount.

As well as the above coupon code activating free shipping on any order, you also get to choose 3 free Clarins samples as you go through the checkout. When I was testing the promo code, I was offered a choice of 60 items, including products such as eye make-up remover, cleanser, energizer lotion, toner and a few others. It’s great to test out little samples of this type of item to see if you like it.

If you buy Clarins items quite often, you can save up loyalty points at their online store. Initially, they give you a free 20 points for joining, then you collect more as you place orders (1 point for every $1). When you gather up 200 points in total, you get a coupon for $20 off $50. It doesn’t sound like an amazing discount for your brand loyalty, but definitely something to collect if you are a Clarins lover.

I’ve tried quite a few Clarins products in the past. I had a tester of this Super Restorative Total Eye Concentrate (which is not cheap!). When using it, I definitely did feel that it tightened the skin. I’ve also tried the Skin Illusion Natural Radiance Light Reflecting Foundation which gave a very nice finish but I didn’t switch over to it from my regular Estee Lauder foundation.

Have you tried many Clarins products? Do you have any favourites?

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TOPICS:   Free Shipping   Cosmetics

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