It is impressive that Klorane Laboratories’ chief preoccupation over the past fifty years has been to develop effective beauty products using plant extracts in gentle formulas. Klorane Eye Products display the best of these ideals.
In 1966, Pierre Fabre was a pharmacist interested in botany. He turned his passion for all things herbal into a beauty line, christened Klorane. Hair shampoo with chamomile was the first Klorane product, but soon after, Fabre widened his focus to consumers with sensitivities, especially around the eyes.
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It wasn't until 2003 that Klorane Eye Products refocused on eye care with a new soothing eye patch. By then Klorane Laboratories was internationally renowned, but even more dedicated to the preservation of plant heritage for today and future generations. Trust your eyes to Klorane Eye Products.
In the 1960s, many beauty products were harsh on the hair and skin. Fabre chose a path of strict pharmaceutical procedures and testing to ensure safety, and pulled in what were then avante garde ingredients from flowers of the field, such as the humble cornflower. This was the active ingredient for the first of the Klorane Eye Products: eye makeup remover with cornflower extract.
After a long day, or a long night, eyes need a break. A natural, soothing experience awaits the consumer who seeks an organic avenue to relief in Klorane Eye Products.
Have you ever sought help from sliced cucumbers, hoping for improvement from dark under eye circles, baggy, puffy eyes, and a general improved appearance around your eyes? Let's be honest. Cucumbers don't always deliver the results we’re looking for. Klorane Cornflower Smoothing and Relaxing Patches for Tired Eyes, however, offers impressive improvement when used consistently (recommended use is every day for one or two weeks). Relax with the eye patches positioned over the inner contour of your eyes for 20 minutes. When you are finished you'll not only feel refreshed, but your eyes will appear brighter and smoother, with diminished dark circles and bags.
If you experience consistent fatigue, or perhaps seasonal hay fever, Klorane's Patches for Tired Eyes has three herbal active ingredients that target the ocular symptoms: chamomile, cornflower, and Arnica. Chamomile (Matricaria recutita L.) appears in Klorane hair products as a brightener for highlighted hair, but it is also known as a calming herbal. Cornflower (Centaurea cyanus L.), the “poster” flower for this line, soothes and softens. Mountain Arnica (Arnica montana) is an anti-inflammatory, found in clinical studies to have similar properties to ibuprofen when used topically.
Klorane Patches for Tired Eyes are moisturizing, hypoallergenic, and free of sulfates and silicones. Packaged in pairs, they are perfect for travel, especially when jet lag is on the agenda.