Clarins & Arthritis Ireland
Arthritis Ireland is delighted to acknowledge receipt of a wonderful donation from our dedicated partners Clarins.
Pictured: Jennifer O'Keeffe and Aoife Jenkinson, Beauty Advisors,Clarins with a cheque for €13,240, handed over to Arthritis Ireland at the fantastic Clarins Boutique at Brown Thomas, Grafton Street.
A better world for people living with arthritis today:
For almost 30 years Clarins - the iconic pioneer of sustainably produced beauty products have been committed supporters of the fight against arthritis. Jacques Courtin-Clarins, founder of Clarins created the Fondation Arthritis in 1989 to target the then lack of effective treatments for people living with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA).
At Arthritis Ireland we share the passion and drive to find a better way to manage and combat arthritis, and are delighted to work with Clarins to change life for people living with arthritis. Together we want to help our community take control, to build awareness of arthritis, and to drive the development of new diagnostics, treatments and ultimately a cure.
With every purchase of Clarins Tonic Body Treatment Oil, Clarins makes a donation to research at Arthritis Ireland. For 2017 in Ireland alone this amounted to €13,240 - a fantastic sum which has allowed Arthritis Ireland to push development of new and improved services for people living with arthritis.
For more information on Clarins Ireland, please click here.
To buy Clarins Tonic Body Treatment Oil online, click here to go to the Brown Thomas online store. And remember that every purchase of Clarins Tonic Body Treatment Oil includes a contribution to Arthritis Ireland.
The contribution of Clarins to the work of Arthritis Ireland is crucial in helping us to bring about real change - real impacts for people living with arthritis. People such as Máire and Kate, whose stories can be read:
Building a world without arthritis tomorrow:
Clarins and Arthritis Ireland are committed to progressing our work in 2018. Together we are working to better understand the realities of life for a person living with arthritis, and to help identify the causes of the disease, enabling the development of new treatments and support services.