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Join Clarins in supporting Arthritis Research.
Created by French jewelry designer Atelier de Famille for Clarins and Fondation Arthritis, these fashionable fabric and metal, adjustable bracelets come in four bright colors—midnight blue, coral, red and turquoise—to raise public awareness about arthritis as we band together to help find a cure. Wear just one… or layer them on.

All proceeds from the sale of these bracelets will go to Fondation Arthritis to help fund medical research.
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Created by French jewelry designer Atelier de Famille for Clarins and Fondation Arthritis, these fashionable fabric and metal, adjustable bracelets come in four bright colors—midnight blue, coral, red and turquoise—to raise public awareness about arthritis as we band together to help find a cure. Wear just one… or layer them on.

All proceeds from the sale of these bracelets will go to Fondation Arthritis to help fund medical research.
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Partners in the fight against rheumatic diseases.

Prisca, Jenna and Claire Courtin-Clarins — Clarins founder Jacques Courtin-Clarins’ granddaughters — participated in the creation of the Colors of Hope bracelets as a tribute to their grandmother, who suffered from a severe form of rheumatoid arthritis.

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Under the guardianship of Dr. Olivier Courtin-Clarins, Fondation Arthritis helps fund medical research with the goal of finding innovative treatments. It also works to raise public awareness about arthritis, giving hope to patients and improving their quality of life.

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