As inventors of the dermo-cosmetics concept, Pierre Fabre provides the most innovative and focused solutions related to the hygiene, care and beauty of skin, hair and scalp.

Pierre Fabre Dermo-Cosmetics developed specific and unique capabilities in the cosmetics field and this has resulted in enriching the group’s expertise and constitutes an active source of innovation.

The dermo-cosmetic brands Eau Thermale Avène and Klorane are available throughout pharmacies in Australia.

Eau Thermale Avène

Eau Thermale Avène
Eau Thermale Avène is a dermo-cosmetic (dermatology based cosmetic) skin care brand dedicated to all levels of sensitivity skin, from mildly sensitive to allergic.

All the Avène products in the range contain Avène Thermal Spring Water, endorsed by dermatologists worldwide for its soothing properties.

Please visit the Eau Thermale Avène website for further information.


Klorane combines the best of nature with pharmaceutical knowledge to develop a broad collection of pure and proven hair care products suitable for the entire family.

Formulated with pure plant extracts known for their inherent therapeutic benefits, Klorane utilises the lowest number of ingredients for the highest efficacy. This dedication to simplicity involves exploring the plant universe to find the most appropriate plant for each hair care concern.

Klorane adheres to a process of exceptional quality standards known as the Botanical Expertise. All plants are grown by Pierre Fabre own farmers in one chosen country, following internal standards of sustainable farming and with full traceability of each plant. This philosophy guarantees high levels of performance and safety in all Klorane products.

Please visit the Klorane website for further information.



Developed by Pierre Fabre Laboratories in France, Dexeryl is an emollient cream recommended by dermatologists for the management of dry to very dry skin associated or not with eczema/atopic dermatitis, ichthyosis and psoriasis.

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