Thursday, 2 October 2014

Clarins and #FEED10 Gift with Purpose

Ah the good old GWP. The cornerstone of every 'mainstream' brand's budget. Gift with Purchase is as old as the hills. Gift with Purpose however, is something new.

Clarins have teamed up with the FEED Projects who provide nutritious meals for schoolchildren in developing countries and are aiming to raise an additional 1 million meals with their GWP. For every 2 purchases you make at a Clarins counter you will receive the above bag - and they will donate 10 meals to the project. Seems fairly win-win to me.

Also - the difference between Clarins and a lot of other brands that do gifts? Clarins actually give you things you would use. No overstocks-from-last-season here.

The Clarins FEED 10 bag contains discovery (bigger) sizes of:
Moisture Rich Body Lotion 
Relax Bath & Shower Concentrate
and trial sizes of 
Hand and Nail Treatment Cream
Hydra Quench Cream Mask
Gentle Refiner

Wouldn't it be nice if all GWP's were redefined as Gifts with Purpose?

From all Clarins retailers while stocks last with any two purchases (that's not hard now is it? - I mean it's Clarins....)


  1. Hi Caroline, not relating to this post - but I'd love to know what's you opinion of the Blue Diamond Face Peel from Omorovicza? Are the ingredients in it good? What's would be best buy from the brand? Kate

  2. Caroline are you still a fan of LG for spot prone skin?? Love the blog!x

  3. It would be lovely if every company did Gift with Purpose or any other charity action. We need to get together to help those in need more often. x | Instagram

  4. Sounds great Caroline! I hope this can be two of the same product? I'll stock up on the gentle exfoliator x 2 and get my goodies!

  5. wonderful project

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  6. Fantastic idea which I will be selflessly supporting.
    Hope Clarins have inspired other companies to do similar

  7. Caroline, I absolutely LOVE your page. Thank you so much for everything you post. My particular favorite are the pics of your daily routine products. What I find particularly annoying is that I can't get a hold of the majority of those top end products. I do most of my shopping on-line, but the likes of Kate Sommerville, Biologique Recherche don't seem to think we Australian's need their goodies..... and if they do find it in their hearts to post long distance, the cost is staggering. What gives? There's a market down here guys, anyone want to take it?