Redness when you get out of the shower?
Skin that feels tight when the weather is too hot or too cold?
Tingling after applying certain cosmetics?
Redness when you feel emotional?
More than half of women say they have sensitive skin.
Appearing for a few days or over a long period of time, skin sensitivity can result in invisible symptoms such as tingling and tightness etc. as well as visible signs such as widespread or localised redness.
The Clarins answer
Clarins launches CALM-ESSENTIEL, a new range of skincare formulated with essential ingredients for treating damaged skin, to guarantee optimal skin tolerance.
Hydrates. Soothes. Protects.
A fragrance that
soothes the soul
A true holistic beauty experience that goes beyond simple skincare.
For these highly sensorial products, Clarins has created a musky floral fragrance that has been specially developed for sensitive skin.
Delicate and enveloping, it has been created to soothe and relax even before the application of Calm-Essential skincare.
Experience our Gentle Soothing Skincare designed for sensitive skin.
Choose the right time for this self-care moment in a relaxed setting.
Your breathing helps to bring about calmness. Warm the product in your hands, then with your palms open in front of your face, breathe deeply through your nose and exhale slowly through your mouth.
Apply the skincare products to the face using light strokes followed by gentle pressure, with hands at the right temperature to avoid thermal shocks. Don’t forget the neck and décolleté area.
Finish with a cocoon wrap by placing the hands around the ears and temples while pressing for 5 seconds. A comforting and relaxing experience.
Proven by tests
*Consumer test. Soothing Emulsion, 109 women/Redness Corrective Gel 107 women/Restoring
Treatment Oil 100 women, 28 days, France
**Consumer test. Soothing Emulsion, 109 women, 28 days, France
***Consumer test. Restoring Treatment Oil, 100 women, 10 days, France
****Consumer test. Redness Corrective Gel, 107 women, 28 days, France
A vital scientific discovery
After 3 years of research into sensitive skin, the Clarins Laboratories, in collaboration with research institutes - including one specialising in environmental pollution - go further in understanding the mechanisms of the skin’s hyper-sensitivity.
Together they have made a major discovery: the decisive role sensory receptors play in causing the skin’s
An innovative formula in harmony with the skin
Identified from 75 plants studied by ethnobotanist Jean-Pierre Nicolas, who has worked in close collaboration with Clarins since 2004, clary sage is a plant with beneficial soothing properties which has been used for centuries.
Clarins Innovation: sclareolide
The Clarins Laboratories have extracted a purified molecule from the flowers and leaves of the clary sage: sclareolide, which harmonises with the skin and allows it to be instantly soothed and protected.
The emulsion instantly soothes skin discomfort. Its creamy caress-like texture is enriched with organic camellia oil: it melts into the skin, intensely hydrates and protects against environmental damage.
Its added extra
It also contains white horehound extract, which helps skin to fight against damage caused by pollution.
Redness Corrective Gel
The fresh gel instantly soothes skin discomfort. Its texture melts into the skin and provides an instant sensation of well-being. The skin is immediately refreshed and comforted.
Its added extra
Its unique pearls and pigments will even out the complexion, and it also contains white horehound extract, which helps skin to fight against damage caused by pollution.
A nourishing oil enriched with organic camellia oil and organic apricot oil, which is perfect for leaving skin soothed, moisturised, soft and supple.
Its added extra
It can also be used on its own as a cure over 10-20 days for a reset of your skin. For the most reactive skin that can no longer tolerate any other skincare products, this is the perfect answer.
It was a divine herb for the Romans, who used it as a “wellness plant.” In France, Charlemagne established its cultivation in gardens to improve people’s health. During the Renaissance, it was also used to soothe the skin.