Luxury brands are quite slow to position themselves in the “clean beauty” arena. As such, this is an area in which “clean” luxury is often covered by young brands.
However, some premium brands are making moves in “clean beauty”. Clarins (Clarins SA), for example, is ahead of other luxury brands in “clean beauty”, thanks to its original brand positioning based on naturalness and eco-responsibility.
Borders between distribution channels in many areas of beauty and personal care are becoming increasingly blurred. In skin care, for example, Sephora is testing the sale of its dermocosmetics skin care in its store located in the sixth arrondissement in Paris and is developing this offer on its website.
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