Clarins is a French cosmetics company founded in 1954 by a medical student. Over the last few decades, it has grown into an international company that specializes in fragrances and skincare products. With time, Clarins has developed many lines of products that cover everything from men’s and women’s skincare to self tanning products and perfumes. Some of their lines include Clarins, Azzaro, Thierry Mugler, Clarins Mens, and Clarins Fragrance Group.
Many people have been astounded at the results Clarins products have achieved over the years. The amazing results of their products come from their plant based and plant derived ingredients. Clarins scientists have used nature to inspire and create the compounds and formulas that mimic nature, also known as biomimicry. Clarin’s Double serum is just one of the many products that uses biomimicry to mimic skin’s natural moisture to help fight signs of aging skin.
Good, Not Good Enough
To create only the best products, Clarin’s researchers only use the best plants and ingredients. They are constantly testing and researching plants and plant combinations to find the most effective parts and pieces that can safely give the most effective concentration of the plant benefits. For example, the stem may contain more vitamin E than the chlorophyll filled green leafy parts.
To find this, Clarin’s uses the world’s best chemists, biologists, pharmacologists, and dermatologists. Unlike other companies, Clarin’s uses specialists. Each scientist or researcher is assigned to one product. This gives each scientist the chance to solely focus their efforts upon making the best product ever. The result of the scientists’ combined knowledge, testing, and trials is the finest finished product available anywhere.
Ethics & Responsibility
Clarin’s took the lead in environmental awareness and preservation long before many businesses did. They banned animal testing in any of their facilities decades ago. In addition, they increased the trials and standards their formulas must meet before they are sold to the general public. In addition, records of where all ingredients were obtained from are kept to ensure ease in accountability and product recall should any future problems arise from product use.