Swiss line Brand

Science without glamour or glamour without science, falls flat, but together they are the ultimate combination… and Swiss line is proof of that. For nearly three decades Swiss line has been merging the latest innovations in skincare with the most luxurious ingredients, textures and packaging to create the the crème de la crème of skincare. Developed and produced in Switzerland, our skincare ranges offer not only measurable results, but indulgent rituals to last a lifetime. Younger, healthier skin is the ultimate reference point in anti-aging skincare… it is what women want, and what Swiss line delivers, along with the prerequisite dose of luxury. But for Swiss line it is not just about racing to the picture-perfect finish line, it’s also about luxuriating in the process that leads to this incredible metamorphosis.


The glamorous “Swiss Riviera,” along the shores of Montreux, is where our story begins.  It was here in 1952 that Dr. Alfred Pfister – a colleague of Dr. Paul Niehans, the inventor of Cellular therapy – founded Clinique Lemana, the renowned skin rejuvenation clinic, and developed the cellular extracts that later became the basis for the first Swiss line formulas.

Swiss line itself wasn’t launched until 1989 when the founder of the company, a Russian prince, acquired the exclusive rights to use the cellular extracts topically in the Swiss line formulas.

Over the years, the Swiss line products have evolved with the times and the animal extracts that were in the original cellular formulas have since been replaced with bio-tech botanical alternatives in what is now known as the Cellactel 2 Complex. However, Swiss line’s clinical origins, the very foundation of the brand, are as relevant today, as ever.

In Switzerland, Swiss line is exclusively available via a golden circle of luxury anti-aging medical clinics and medi-spas in 5* hotels. The locations have been selected so doctors are on site to offer their clinical input and advice, if needed, while women can indulge in absolute luxury.