When you’re in your…30s


1. Beauty means sleep. Try to go to bed at a regular time, avoid stimulants like coffee after midday and keep your bedroom well-ventilated and cool. If you’re feeling particularly tired, go to bed as soon as your eyes start to close.

2. Radiance comes from our diet. Eat a balanced diet that is high in vitamin-rich fruit and vegetables and avoid soft drinks. Keep to three regular meals a day and don’t snack if you can help it.

3. Do you like sports? Good. Physical exercise keeps you fit and healthy. If you don’t like sports, try walking yoga, weight-training or dancing.

4. Wellbeing is about the air you breathe. Smoke less or even better, stop smoking. You’ll see visible beauty benefits in just a few days and the benefits to your health are obvious.

5. A good mood starts with a smile. Smile and people will smile back.

6. Combat pollution. However, Clarins can help protect you: all of our day creams contain Clarins Anti-Pollution Complex.

7. Long live the PC and mobile phone. However, the artificial electromagnetic waves they generate speed up skin ageing. Rather than live without them, use Expertise 3P the new protective beauty product and a worldwide first from Clarins. A mist with multiple benefits to apply over all day care products, or make-up, which effectively protects skin against all types of modern day pollution.

8. Know your skin. If you are not sure of your skin type, visit this page.

9. Why use a night cream? To help the skin recover from daytime aggressions, night creams should be used at night, when skin is most receptive to beneficial active ingredients so you can wake up with a radiant and beautiful complexion. Clarins textures are so lightweight, you don’t know they’re there…apart from the wonderful feeling of wellbeing they bring.

10. Thinking of having a baby? Then think about preparing your skin. It will soon be subject to significant stretching. Reinforce its resistance with Clarins Stretch Mark Control.

11. Do you like the sun? Be careful…the sun is the primary factor responsible for skin ageing. As soon as the Summer sun appears, use sun protection whether you’re in city or on the beach. And don’t forget your hands. We recommend: UV PLUS Protective Day Screen SPF 40, Clarins Sun Care range with Phyto-SunActyl 2.

Clarins is available at selected beauty therapy salons, pharmacies and department stores.

When you’re in your…50s


1. Take time to enjoy life. List your true priorities. Make time “just for you”. Learn to delegate.

2. Adopt a healthy diet. Always eat three meals a day, especially breakfast. Include fruits and vegetables, fish, meat, eggs and dairy products And try to drink eight glasses of water a day. Need to lose a bit of weight? Decrease your portions.

3. Exercise. A regular physical activity helps to tone muscles and balance your metabolism. A few abdominal exercises are great to tone the tummy. Swimming gently tones the entire body and of course, a 30-minute walk everyday helps keep your heart healthy.

4. Get a good night’s rest. This is the first secret to beautiful skin and overall balance. Avoid caffeine after midday, air out your room and lower the heat. Balance your evenings out and earlier evenings to bed.

5. Emergency days. If you work, save a few vacation “emergency ” days to recuperate if you are feeling particularly tired.

6. Express relaxation with a foot massage! Apply Relax Oil and gently massage the arch of your feet. Another relaxing exercise is to roll your foot over a tennis ball or simply practice deep breathing.

7. Feeling beautiful, it’s all about details. Feet, hands, hair: regular care can enhance their natural beauty and make you feel fantastic!

8. Spend time in the sun, but protect your skin!! The sun is the leading cause of premature skin aging and age spots. How can you protect your skin? Apply UV Plus Protective Day Screen SPF 40 over your regular moisturizer. Its 100% mineral sun filters ensure a perfect tolerance, or use Super Restorative Day Cream in the SPF 20 version.

Clarins is available at selected beauty therapy salons, pharmacies and department stores.