PARIS — Jacques Courtin-Clarins, who died Thursday in his home in a Paris suburb at age 86, was a pioneer in natural beauty products and practices who promoted the philosophy that feeling good is tantamount to feeling beautiful.
The impact of Courtin-Clarins, the founder of Group Clarins, reverberated across the industry.
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