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Clara’s New York Introduces Single Ingredient Facial Creams

Clara’s New York Introduces Single Ingredient Facial Creams

Yes, just ONE ingredient in this recipe for beautiful, nourished skin.


As the latest line of products from New York-based skincare company Clara’s New York, Single Ingredient Facial Creams are a testament to how empowering simple, natural ingredients can be for your skin.

Our single ingredient facial creams were each created to support our line of single ingredient facial serums. Together, each create a straightforward formula that customers can rely on. It’s easy to know what goes from the bottle to your beautiful face when the ingredient is on the front of the label – no long ingredient lists to decipher, no additives; it’s solely what your skin needs – nothing less, nothing more.

With something for everyone, our 93% natural facial creams do the heavy lifting to make your skin glow, hydrate, brighten and more:

  • Youth Renewal Vitamin A Cream – Retinol: Anti-aging moisturizing cream that prevents sun damage, stimulates collagen production, and visibly diminishes wrinkles so skin is not only youthful, but also truly resilient. 
  • Visibly Brightening Vitamin C Moisturizing Cream: Addresses skin concerns such as dullness, dark spots, and uneven skin tone.
  • Deep Softening Vitamin E Booster Cream: Enhances the skin’s ability to retain moisture, effectively preventing dehydrated skin and free radicals. 
  • Advanced Rejuvenating Collagen Cream: Packed with glow-giving nutrients to improve skin’s elasticity and help retain water in the skin, keeping it rejuvenated and ageless.
  • Intense Hydration Moisture Enhancing Cream: Formulated with Hyaluronic Acid to help bind water to skin and increase elasticity and smoothness of skin texture.

Through our luxury-quality products, we continue to deliver pure, safe, natural serums that do more work for your skin, so you don’t have to. 

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