Orlane Review

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Orlane is a cosmetic/skincare line that was founded in Paris, France over 60 years ago. This company aims to develop skincare treatments that aid users with “re-educating” their skin, and therefore assisting with the anti-aging process. Orlane products are subjected to regular testing, which involves ocular tolerance, skin tolerance, non-phototoxic and hypoallergenic tests. Orlane avoids animal testing in the production of their skin treatments. The full line of Orlane products was primarily created for “high-end” salons, beauty institutes and health spas.

The goal of Orlane skin treatments is to hydrate the skin, while discouraging common aging afflictions such as fine lines, crow’s feet and facial wrinkles. Orlane offers “Essential Programs” like the Hydration-Nutrition, Daily Stimulation, Purete and the Oligo Vit-A-Min skin care regimen. Each program is recommended for a different skin type, whether it be dry, oily, normal or sensitive skin. Orlane also offers a specific sun care program, along with two anti-aging programs to specifically target aging complexions. However, the “anti-aging” programs each consist of only one skin treatment. Each cream/serum contains an exclusive active ingredient. The Exceptional Care Hypnotherapy cream contains a “Psychorepair complex,” which is claimed to disconnect the skin from negative emotions, hence allowing the complexion to remain stronger. As for the Exceptional Care Global Anti-Aging System Long Cell Life, it incorporates a key complex that’s derived from soybean cuticle fibers, which increases skin cellular renewal, hence aiming to reveal a younger, brighter complexion.

Product Details

Orlane is a skin care line that was developed to potentially assist women with common skin dilemmas and concerns ranging from crow’s feet, to fine lines, to daily hydration, to facial wrinkles and skin cell renewal. Key active ingredients found in some Orlane anti-aging treatments are the Psychorepair complex (disconnects the skin from negative emotions, allowing it to strengthen and appear more radiant) and the complex made up of soybean cuticle fibers (promotes the cell renewal process).

The Good

  • The Orlane name has been around for over 60 years.
  • The official Orlane website has a link that informs potential consumers on where to find a location that sells Orlane products.
  • Orlane products contain moisturizers.

The Bad

  • No Orlane treatments are actually for sale via the official website.
  • Product pricing is absent from the website.
  • Orlane skin care products are not conveniently located in most retail stores.
  • Customer testimonials cannot be found on the website.
  • There is no money-back guarantee or deals on the official website.
  • No product development info or clinical studies are offered.
  • No free samples are offered through the website to assist potential customers.

The Bottom Line

This cosmetic/skin care line comes across as rather elegant and high-end when viewing the official Orlane website. Unfortunately this doesn’t ensure that Orlane products will actually work for everyone. As far as the Orlane skin care line goes, it would be quite beneficial to actually see what the products cost prior to pursuing them. Naturally some consumers may not want to pay hundreds of dollars for products that lack a money-back guarantee, regardless of how pretty the packaging is.

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