1. It feels good on the surface.
Jojoba or chia oils, vegetable squalane, hyaluronic acid… Make-up products share more and more ingredients with skincare. In 1991, when Clarins launched into make-up, the range included for the very first time a pioneering complex of anti-pollution plants (in its ninth generation today). A large number of current products now have at least one moisturizing action.
2. It protects the cells in depth.
Make-up defends against pollution, therefore, but also, thanks to the shield action of the pigments, against UV, blue light… To the point, for example, that to prevent and limit melasma, these stubborn pigment spots of he hormonal origin, it is part of the daily arsenal recommended by dermatologists.
3. It boosts morale.
According to research conducted in 2011 on the impact of short and repetitive rituals (published by Science Daily), putting on make-up is, for many women, an effective way to soothe anxiety. More: a 2017 Harvard University study showed that students who wear makeup perform better than those who don’t. Explanation: putting on make-up would increase self-esteem, and therefore performance. Make-up expert and Clarins trainer, Magali Marx adds that it stimulates creativity: “Like dressing or doing your hair, make-up is a means of expression. “We confirm.