Clarins Opens First Stand-Alone Store and Spa in U.S.

 

Clarins recently opened its first U.S. standalone store at the King of Prussia mall in Philadelphia. The 1,800-square-foot space features an assortment of Clarins products as well as an open spa area where clients can receive skincare consultations and express 30-minute facials. Other highlights include personalized skincare coaching, a beauty express area with ready-to-go looks and easy-to-follow tutorials, designated stations for new products, a “Love Wall” where clients can learn more about the brand’s history and heritage, a gift-wrapping table, and a lounge area where clients can enjoy a cup of tea while browsing through a library of the Courtin-Clarins family books. “This new boutique demonstrates our desire to focus on our clients and make them feel they are the center of attention, because they are,” says Clarins president Natalie Bader. “We want to be able to listen to them better, offer personalized advice, and have a chance to really pamper them.”

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