Product description Clarins Cleansers
The Clarins Cleansers cleansing foam cleanses your face of all dirt perfectly. The creamy, foaming texture helps create a pleasant experience in your daily skin care routine.
- gently washes and cleans the entire face
- leaves skin supple and elastic
- brightens and freshens
- makes skin feel fresh
- provides relief and softens skin
How to use:
In the morning and evening apply a small amount of foam all over the face and massage gently. Then rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water.
- for all ages
- Complexion type
- combination, oily
About the brand Clarins
Clarins - a passion for beauty. Clarins is the synonym for high-quality skin care and beauty products. This luxury French brand was created in 1954 by medical student Jacques Courtin-Clarins who opened the first Clarins beauty institute in Paris. That was the beginning of one of the most prominent beauty brands in history.
Today, Clarins has boutiques in more than 150 countries all over the world and millions of loyal customers, including the most beautiful famous women like Eva Longoria, Madonna, Naomi Watts, Reese Witherspoon, Lucy Liu, Cindy Crawford or Kate Moss.
Clarins’ philosophy is based on environmental responsibility, which is why the brand prefers to design their products using herbal ingredients. In Clarins laboratories, doctors, biologists, cosmetologists and other experts constantly analyse and test thousands of plants, trying to use their properties to reach the best results.
The wide range of Clarins makeup, skin care and body care products offers only the most effective solutions to all cosmetic needs, solutions based on nature, tradition, and deep respect for women and their beauty.
Clarins is more than just a brand, it’s also a commitment to make life more beautiful, to respect nature and protect its biodiversity. But first and foremost, Clarins is a success story of an exceptional family dedicated to female beauty and the balance between nature and science.
“For Clarins, nature is an endless source of inspiration and innovation.” (Olivier Courtin-Clarins)