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Clarins fights e-exclusion for Disability Week!

Since it was founded, the Clarins group has been fighting the exclusion of people with a disability. This is why the Clarins brand is getting involved once again during Disability Week and presenting Facil’iti, a new tool dedicated to seniors and those with a disability.
A website with emphasized letters for internet users with dyslexia, modified colors for those suffering from color blindness, and more, is now possible on the clarins.fr website!
Nowadays, France counts 47 million Internet users. 25% of them are seniors and 24% have one or more disabilities limiting their accessibility to the Internet and information. In line with its social commitments, Clarins has adopted a new tool that allows its customers with an impairment or a physical, sensory or cognitive disability to adapt its e-commerce site to make it more accessible in just one click. Its installation enables users to access the clarins.fr website and gain information more easily by improving digital accessibility, according to the predefined criteria that they have chosen themselves to match their specific needs. Between now and the beginning of 2018, the initiative will be rolled out in Spain, the United States, Japan, Canada and the United Kingdom.
On a daily basis, the Clarins group is convinced that disability can go hand in hand with performance. For this reason, the group supports its staff members with a disability, raises awareness and communicates about disabilities, and puts in place health and prevention actions at its headquarters, on its industrial sites and in its subsidiaries. To find out more about the Clarins group’s responsible commitments, you can explore the dedicated section.