Back of Chanel Kick-Starts Fall With a Few New Face Products The busy bees in Chanel's laboratories have been very busy with their Précision skincare range. A few new cleansers and face toners are aimed at removing dirt, grease, makeup and all of the other environmental pollutants and impurities that wreak havoc on your skin during the course of the day. Chanel has decided to incorporate phytoremediation — the process of using plants to help absorb pollutants into this new line of cleansers and toners. The main ingredient is tulip tree extract, a waxy substance that promises to trap the unwanted particles and filter them out. There are three different product sets that have been developed to suit each of the different skin types. Confort consists of a foaming mousse cleanser, a cleansing milk and a toner that contains lily extract to moisturize, soothe and tone sensitive skin. Balance includes a foaming cleanser and gentle toner with mallow extract, a smoothing and softening ingredient for normal to combination skin. Lastly, Purity consists of a gel cleanser and mattifying toner made with meadow-sweet extract, a flower with astringent properties that is best suited for combination to oily skin. I've tried all of the cleansers and for my sensitive and combination skin, I really love Lait Confort (cleansing milk) the most. Its thin and gentle consistency leaves my skin feeling soft and fresh without any trace of irritation. Plus, it has a wonderfully light floral scent that sticks around even after you wash your face. To find out the names and the cost of each of the products, . Comfort Mousse Confort Rinse-Off Foaming Mousse Cleanser ($45) Lait Confort Creamy Cleansing Milk ($45) Lotion Confort Silky Soothing Toner ($45) Balance Mousse Douceur Rinse-Off Foaming Mousse Cleanser ($45) Lotion Douceur Gentle Hydrating Toner ($45) Purity Gel Puretè Rinse-Off Foaming Gel Cleanser ($45) Lotion Puretè Fresh Mattifying Toner ($45) View 4 Photos › Photo 1 Photo 2 Photo 3 Photo 4 Comments chameleon7 8 years Agree with you star54. I have heard Clinique has a good skincare line. Have yet to try it though, maybe I will try them when I am finished with what I am currently using. Aveeno seems to be another good brand. star54 8 years Their skincare is really not the greatest. They have some ok things, but not good enough to keep you going back for more. Everything I've used from the line has gotten replaced along the way.. I don't even think I've ever finished a whole bottle of something, because I just give up on it. Clinique is my go-to line for skincare, and I'm sticking with it. I wouldn't recommend Chanel for sensitive skins, and definitely not to people that hate scented skincare. shinosuke 8 years I'm interested in the Cleansing Milk since I like non foaming cleansers but pricey at $45. Will look into it if I see other positive reviews on this product. JaimeLeah526 8 years These all sound great but I definitely couldn't spend $45 on any of it. soulight 8 years I don't know if with a steady hand I could buy a $45 face wash, but it's definitely on my lust list now! bailaoragaditana 8 years The Purete stuff sounds fantastic, but for me and my budget at the moment, it's kind of pricy for face wash... Rancher'sGirl 8 years Chanel products are top-shelf but waaay out of my budget!:( Any suggestions of some less costly products? chameleon7 8 years This line has been out for a while, I used it a year or so ago and stop because they are not worth it. You would most likely get better results for less money somewhere else. emalove 8 years The cleansing milk sounds great...I also have combination skin (more on the dry side) with sensitivities. I'll have to try this.