Friday, 26 June 2020

My top 4 La Roche-Posay products

I'm a bit of a skincare fanatic, and I have drawers of the stuff. My skin changes all the time, but one thing remains: it's pretty sensitive. I love trying out new products but there are some brands and products I will always come back to - and La Roche-Posay are one of those brands for me! Here are my top 5 products from them... (all products were sent from the brand as PR samples)

Effaclar Duo (+) SPF30


This is probably one of La Roche-Posay's most popular products, and for good reason! It's amazing at keeping blemishes at bay, doesn't feel too heavy on the skin and it's not drying either. Plus it has SPF in it, which is so important year round. Effaclar Duo is easily top of the list for me, and I'd recommend it to anyone who gets spots!

Lipikar AP+ Stick


I've suffered from eczema since I was a baby (honestly my skin is a real whirlwind) and one of the most frustrating things is just being so itchy all the time. This stick (alongside the rest of the La Roche-Posay Lipikar range) is so good at reducing the irritation of itchy eczema, and the stick itself is so handy to take travelling or just generally on the go with you. You know, when we can... It's suitable for babies too! Buy the Lipikar AP+ stick here.


Effaclar Micro-Peeling Purifying Gel


Another product from the Effaclar range, I love the way this makes my skin feel. It's a gel wash as opposed to an exfoliating scrub, but it does leave your skin feeling SO clean without the dryness or tight feeling. I know if my skin is a bit oily or I've had suncream on, this will leave it feeling fresh. It also smells nice in a salon kind of way, and comes in a massive tube so you know it's going to last for ages! Buy the Effaclar Micro-Peeling Purifying Gel on the La Roche-Posay site here.

Pure Vitamin C10 Serum


If your skin is looking a bit dull (which it may well be, seeing as we've been stuck inside for so long!) then I'd absolutely recommend this for brightening it up! This will also leave your skin feeling smooth so if you struggle with texture, it's one for you. It doesn't irritate sensitive skin, either, which is amazing. I think La Roche-Posay *may* have discontinued the Vitamin C10 Serum, but you can currently get it for almost £10 off on Look Fantastic.

So there's my top 4 La Roche-Posay products. They do soooo many different ranges - Effaclar and Lipikar are two of my favourites, but the Rosaliac and Iso-Urea ranges are really popular too. They're a brand that have something for everyone, and they partner with dermatologists to ensure that the products they create are the best they can be.


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