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$89.00

Complete Age Control Concentrate

  • Skin Type Normal, Dry, Combination
  • Texture Fluid
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Complete Age Control Concentrate
Powered by 20 pure plant extracts and potent, high-tech molecules—Double Serum’s innovative, dual chamber system combines two age-defying formulas into one groundbreaking serum that reactivates skin’s vital functions. The result: visibly firmer skin, visibly reduced wrinkles, a more even skin tone and less visible pores in just 4 weeks.*
See why 90% of women find it more effective than their current serum.**

*Satisfaction test, 197 women reported, 4 weeks.
**Satisfaction test, 50 women reported, 4 weeks.
Product Attributes
  • Skin Type: Normal, Dry, Combination
  • Texture: Fluid
  • Concern: Anti-Aging
  • Age Range: 30s, 40s, 50s
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Powered by 20 pure plant extracts and potent, high-tech molecules—Double Serum’s innovative, dual chamber system combines two age-defying formulas into one groundbreaking serum that reactivates skin’s vital functions. The result: visibly firmer skin, visibly reduced wrinkles, a more even skin tone and less visible pores in just 4 weeks.*
See why 90% of women find it more effective than their current serum.**

*Satisfaction test, 197 women reported, 4 weeks.
**Satisfaction test, 50 women reported, 4 weeks.

Double Serum’s groundbreaking formula was inspired by the skin’s hydrolipidic film and skin cells—both of which are based on oil and water. Clarins’ unique Hydric + Lipidic System combines the ideal ratio of oil and water-based ingredients to deliver maximum results.

Cang zhu extract boosts the performance of other Double Serum ingredients.

Cang zhu grows in the mountains of northern and central China. It has been used since ancient times in Chinese medicine. The bitter tasting root can be eaten cooked for its toning benefits, and raw to fight water retention. In cosmetics, Clarins plant science has demonstrated that through the intermediary of G protein, the root extract enhances the skin’s barrier function.

Proven Results

90% of women are convinced by its effectiveness1

After one week2:

  • 89%

    More radiant-looking skin

  • 81%

    Fine lines visibly diminished

  • 86%

    Visibly firmer skin

  • 86%

    Younger-looking skin

1 Satisfaction test, 74 women, after application 2 Satisfaction test, 194 women

Create your expert anti-aging routine.

87% of women find that Double Serum boosts the performance of their moisturizer.*

  • Age 30+

  • Age 40+

  • Age 50+

  • Age 30+

    Eye Care

    Double Serum
    Complete Age
    Concentrate

    Day Cream,
    Night Cream

    Age 40+

    Eye Care

    Double Serum
    Complete Age
    Concentrate

    Day cream,
    Night cream

    skin age: 50+

    Eye Care

    Double Serum
    Complete Age
    Concentrate

    Day cream,
    Night cream

*Satisfaction test – 95 women – 4 weeks.

Featured Ingredients
  • Kiwi fruit Kiwi fruit The kiwi is an Asian shrub that has been cultivated in France since the Seventies. It was the New Zealanders who named it after their national bird. The oblong fruit has slightly acid green flesh and contains an extraordinary number of vitamins. Also known as the fruit of 7 vitamins, it is the richest in vitamins C & E and possesses the highest concentration of nutrients.
  • Great Burdock Great Burdock Found in temperate climates, this tall, sturdy biennial plant grows in meadows and open fields. The composition of the elongated root exerts a purifying, cleansing action. It has long been used in traditional medicine to relieve skin infections such as eczema and acne.
  • Arnica Arnica This wild flower grows in high mountain pastures and is known in traditional pharmacopeia for its exceptional ability to treat bruises. Since then, arnica has continued to be a key remedy to help reduce bruising. It is so effective that researchers have taken a closer look at its chemical composition and have isolated active substances such as flavonoids and tannins which are at the origin of its soothing and circulatory properties.
  • Oat Oat Used for centuries for food and by herbalists, oat has become extremely popular since research revealed its high content of vitamins and minerals. In cosmetics, oat helps to moisturize and soften the skin, while the sugars from the grain have extreme firming powers for an immediate smoothing effect.
  • Bocoa Bocoa Bocoa, or “ironwood” is a tree from the Amazonian forest known for its long life and exceptionally resistant wood. It is used in the manufacture of musical instruments and high quality furniture. The Saramacca Indians of Guyana believe the leaves and wood have magical powers and use them in a “strength bath” for their fortifying and energizing benefits.
  • White Tea White Tea White Tea is a rare, much sought after plant grown in China in the Fujian mountains. Drinking it was once considered a route to immortality and it gets its name from its silvery-white leaf buds. These are picked from the plant during the first days of spring. It is one of the rarest, most expensive teas in the world for several reasons: the harvest sometimes lasts just two days, the buds must be picked by hand, the production is on a very small scale and the manufacturing process is difficult.
  • Katafray Katafray The Katafray is a tree found across Madagascar, and its elegant silhouette is a common sight in the arid forests of the south and west of the Grande Ile. Its light-coloured wood is as resistant as ebony and widely used in local building. In traditional Madagascan medicine, a drink prepared from the bark is reputed to have tonic and febrifuge benefits and its essential oil is known for its fortifying and soothing actions.
  • Hops Hops Hop is a plant found across Northern Europe. In popular culture it was known as “devil’s wood” because it climbs trees in an anti-clockwise direction. In the therapeutic field, it is used for its sedative and antiseptic benefits. From hop extract, Clarins Laboratories uses components rich in phytosterols, vitamin D precursors, called unsaponifiables. These are also used for their capacity to stimulate the activity of fibroblasts.
  • Macadamia Macadamia Indigenous to Australia, Macadamia was introduced onto Hawaii in 1881. The Macadamia nut gives an oil that women rub into their skin and hair, which contains the "Secret to the beauty of the lovely Hawaiian women". The composition of this oil is similar to the body's sebaceous secretions, and essential fatty acids it contains have protective properties.
  • Avocado Avocado Originally from tropical America, the fruit of the Avocado tree was considered sacred by the Aztecs. Present in the South American Indian diet since the beginning of time, it was introduced to the Western world in the 16th century and nicknamed "the American Pear". Exceptionally rich in vitamins, minerals, proteins and essential fatty acids, it is an almost perfectly balanced nutritional element. Over the years, it has also been used as a remedy for migraine, respiratory disorders and skin disease.
  • Maritime Pine Maritime Pine Maritime pine is a conifer of the pinaceae family which grows quickly on acid soils, in warm and relatively humid regions. It can be recognized by its bark which splits and turns red as the tree grows. It is from this bark that Pycnogenol® is extracted, a substance mainly composed of OligoProanthoCyanidins (OPC), components recognized for their exceptional anti-free radical properties.
  • Quinoa Quinoa For thousands of years, quinoa has grown on the Andean Altiplano and served as a staple food for its people. The Incas regarded it as a holy plant and worshipped its seeds. It is said that its very high protein and amino acid content played a major role in the spread of the Incan civilization. Abandoned on its high plateaus during the Spanish conquest of South America, quinoa was then rediscovered by westerners in the 1970s and its seeds are now eaten for their exceptional nutritional benefits.
  • Banana Banana With its slender silhouette and large, hanging leaves, the banana resembles a tree. However, it is actually a giant grass whose only perennial part is an underground stem (rhizome). Native to South-East Asia, the banana is now found in tropical regions throughout the world. There are several varieties of banana grown for their fruit, which is eaten green or ripe. In traditional medicine, green banana is used externally for its healing properties.
  • Cang zhu Cang zhu Cang zhu is a plant that grows in the mountains of northern and central China. It has been used since ancient times in Chinese medicine. The bitter-tasting root can be eaten cooked for its toning benefits and raw to fight water retention. In cosmetics, Clarins Laboratories have demonstrated that through the intermediary of G-protein, the root extract improves the skin’s barrier function.
  • Sourwood Sourwood Native to the eastern United States of America, sourwood is characterized by its majestic foliage and fragrant lily-of the valley like flowers in springtime. Its young leaves are highly prized in traditional medicine for their refreshing and diuretic properties. It is also much admired for its ornamental qualities especially in the fall when it puts on a spectacular display.
  • Perilla Perilla In Asia, they call it ‘shiso’ but perilla also has other names such as purple mint, Japanese basil or the beefsteak plant. It is widely used in Asian cuisine and in the medical field for its anti-allergenic and antioxidant virtues. Perilla seeds produce an oil which has a very high content of omega-3, an essential fatty acid the skin is unable to synthesize.
  • Pistacia lentiscus Pistacia lentiscus Unlike the pistachio tree, which provides us with nuts, Pistacia lentiscus produces a very aromatic resin or mastic. Since ancient times, this Mediterranean shrub has been highly prized for its resin, which flows to the surface of the trunk and branches and is used to sweeten the breath, whiten teeth and treat pulmonary disorders.

Ingredients
Actinidia chinensis, Arctium lappa, Arnica montana, Avena sativa, Bocoa prouacensis, Camellia sinensis, Cedrelopsis grevei, Humulus lupulus, Macadamia terniflora, Persea gratissima, Pinus pinaster, Chenopodium quinoa, Musa Sapientum, Atractylodes Lancea, Oxydendron arboreum, Perilla ocymoides, Pistacia lentiscus

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