Does La Prairie belong to the Beiersdorf Group?
La Prairie Group is a subsidiary of Beiersdorf AG.
While both companies are linked financially, their product research, product development and teams are distinct and separate.
How can I obtain further information regarding special events hosted by La Prairie?
Does La Prairie own the Clinique La Prairie in Montreux? Can I purchase La Prairie products at the Clinique La Prairie? Do you offer La Prairie treatments at the Clinique La Prairie?
La Prairie was born on the shores of Lac Leman, where a pioneering doctor by the name of Dr Paul Niehans discovered the key to timeless beauty at the Clinique La Prairie. Dr. Paul Niehans’ revolutionary ideas transformed our understanding of the aging process, and his pioneering methods became closely-guarded secrets whispered among rarefied circles around the world.
While The Clinique La Prairie is now separate from La Prairie products, it continues to form the heritage and provide inspiration for the brand’s commitment to excellence in skincare.
How can I apply for employment positions at La Prairie?
If you are interested in applying for a position or an internship, please visit our Career Site where your application may be submitted. Upon receipt of your application, it will be sent to and processed by the Human Resources Department. Should there be an open position fo which your qualifications meet our exacting needs, we will contact you to discuss the position further.
What environmental steps does La Prairie undertake to ensure sustainability?
As the world's leading luxurious skincare brand, La Prairie consistently strives to strike a balance between the responsible and respectful use of resources, and the exquisite and rarefied experience our clients expect.
As a member of the Beiersdorf Group, La Prairie falls beneath the umbrella of the Beiersdorf Group’s sustainability goals, and thus seeks to meet and sustain the Group's high sustainability standards. For further information, do not hesitate to refer to https://www.beiersdorf.com/sustainability/overview.
Who was Paul Niehans, and what is his connection to La Prairie?
Dr. Paul Niehans was a physician working in Switzerland throughout the 1930’s. His professional experience in tending to young men who had fallen on the battlefield led him to ponder not only on the precious nature of life, but also on quality of life and how this might be improved. He sincerely believed that if one had the ability to extend a person’s life, it must be done in a way which makes those extra years all the more rewarding.
Dr. Niehans practiced at a time during which medicine was making many breakthroughs regarding the promotion of longevity. Working tirelessly, he developed his own theories regarding how to improve both longevity and life itself. At The Clinique La Prairie in Montreux, Switzerland, Dr. Niehans treated and improved the lives of over 5,000 clients in his quest for ultimate rejuvenation, utilising his innovative and industry-defining cellular therapy.
While his beliefs were considered bold at the time, once he had published his book, Introduction to Cellular Therapy, his theories were increasingly accepted and lauded by the wider scientific community.