Naturally soothe and repair sensitive skin

Is your skin sensitive, reactive or irritated? Soothe all types of irritation and discomfort instantly with our Organic Medicinal Peony range.


A soothing ritual for a that strengthens and restores skin barrier

  • Immediately soothes for up to 24 hours
  • Nourishes, protects and repairs the skin barrier
  • Soothes feelings of irritation and discomfort

Experience soothed, nourished skin and a feeling of lasting comfort with our care products enriched with ORGANIC Medicinal Peony, with a delicate, relaxing hypoallergenic fragrance.


A few words from our expert

We only use cultivated peonies, so endangered wild peonies are not affected: 100% natural good news!

Alexandre Panel
Alexandre PanelKlorane Botanist

An approach in favour of biodiversity

Klorane to the rescue of Chinese peonies.

China is the world's peony " reservoir ". Unfortunately, many varieties of wild peonies are under threat of extinction. The Klorane Botanical Foundation has joined forces with the Institute of Botany at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in a 3-year programme to save several critically endangered species. The aim is to reintroduce them into their natural environment.


Our experts answer your questions

Our Peony products contain up to 97% natural-origin ingredients and are 100% biodegradable. Free from silicone, SLS/SLES, and mineral oil
You can find the exact ingredients of each product on the product page of the website.

Peony has been used for centuries to soothe sensitive skin. Our Peony range soothe sensitive or dry irritated scalp for immediate and lasting comfort.

We grow organic peonies in China, in the Shaanxi and Gansu provinces preserving the local ecosystem. We use organic farming methods, growing the plants without pesticides or irrigation.

The Klorane Botanical Foundation is committed to locally protect several species of endangered wild peonies. We source our peonies sustainably from cultivated land which does not affect wild peonies.


Did you know?

Paeonia lactiflora was introduced to France during the First Empire, when the Emperor of China gave a collection to Empress Josephine.

Over time, its beauty has become largely popular and culminated in the 19th century among painters and collectors.

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