Picture carpets of periwinkle-blue cornflowers in a field in southwestern France. This was the inspiration for Klorane Eye Makeup Remover, a demure beauty product that has retained its popularity over the years. The Centaurea cyanus L., or the cornflower, is an heirloom annual your grandmother may have called bachelor's buttons. When the blue petals are distilled, cornflower has soothing and decongesting properties.
Launched in 1967 in the infancy of Klorane Laboratories, founder, pharmacist, and botanist Pierre Fabre specifically wanted his company to seek a formula for sensitive eyes. Klorane Eye Makeup Remover with cornflower was the result.