Clarins Group, trading as Clarins, is a French luxury skin care, cosmetics and perfume company, which produces and sells products, usually through top-tier department store counters and pharmacies.
The Clarins philosophy is based around the power of plants, and also taps into the emotional aspect of beauty. Clarins has embraced a transparency with ingredients long before it was trendy to do so.
Clarins says it does not test on animals but some countries where Clarins is sold require animal testing on all imported cosmetics as part of their regulatory safety process.
Clarins products are based around botanicals, including tamarind, the blue orchid extract found in its signature Face Treatment Oil as well as hibiscus. The anti-aging collection is formulated with botanicals such as organic harungana, and Montpellier rose to tackle age spots. Oils are also used in many Clarins products, including hazelnut, sweet almond, macadamia and grape seed. Other ingredients are more common, such as hyaluronic acid, glycerin, a humectant, and dimethicone, which is basically a silicone.
Just as for any product, the products of this brand also may have side effects. To name a few, overwhelming fragrance, skin irritation, and not being suitable for oily skin.
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