La Roche-Posay Toleriane Riche Review - The Dermatology Review

La Roche-Posay Toleriane Riche Review

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06.07.19 AD DISCLOSURE

If you’re looking to try out some french pharmacy classics, there’s almost no better brand to check out then La Roche Posay. Like many french pharmacy brands, La Roche Posay excels at creating products that work for all skin types, even those with extremely sensitive skin. Products like the La Roche Posay Toleriane Riche offer those with extremely sensitive skin a comforting and protecting cream that moisturizes without causing irritation or clogged pores. In order to work well with all skin types, this product has an extremely minimalistic ingredient’s list, with only a small handful of hydrating and moisturizing ingredients. The formula mainly includes humectants, emollients and occlusives. This blend of ingredients, which includes things like shea butter and glycerin, help to hydrate, moisturize and soften the skin, which helps to maintain balance at the surface of the skin. With all this in mind, we’d recommend this type of product to those of you with highly reactive skin types who struggle to find a moisturizer that doesn’t cause any sensitivity or irritation. Additionally, this product makes an excellent moisturizer for all skin types, especially if you’re looking for a workhorse moisturizer without any active ingredients that could interact with other actives in your skincare routine.

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