Clarins skincare and makeup products are all based around botanicals, and that's why its anti-aging collection is also powered by botanicals including Montpellier rose and organic harungana to reduce age spots. The brand also takes advantage of oils, such as sweet almond, hazelnut and grape seed, in its products. The blue orchid extract, tamarind, glycerin and hyaluronic acid are the other key ingredients used in Clarins products.
Clarins sells skincare products including moisturizers, cleansers, eye creams, face masks, serums, and makeup products. The primary aim of Clarins skincare and makeup products is to reduce wrinkles, tackle dark circles and puffiness, smooth the appearance of fine lines, add extra shine to the skin, and all in all to reduce the visible signs of aging.
Although Clarins claims that it does not test on animals, its products are sold in some countries where animal testing is required on all imported cosmetics as part of a safety process. Therefore, it is not true to call Clarins products cruelty free.