La Roche-Posay

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250 products

5,960 reviews

66% would repurchase

Recent La Roche-Posay Reviews

BB Cream -La Roche-Posay -Effaclar BB Blur Instant Oil-Absorbing Coverage BB Cream

on 12/13/2018 8:04:00 AM


This is now my go-to spf foundation- that' what I'm calling it. It feels like velvet, is easy to blend onto your face using your fingers, and gives medium coverage (no joke!), but feels so lightweight. I do use moisturizer underneath this product. I still blot 2-3 times per day like I normally would with other foundations, but the coverage lasts pretty well and fades naturally. There's only two shades: fair/light and light/medium. I have light skin and chose the light/medium shade which was perfect. I'm on to my 3rd purchase.... so happy I found this gem.

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Lotions/ Creams -La Roche-Posay -Lipikar Baum (Balm) AP

on 12/10/2018 1:45:00 PM


Irritates my skin a lot! Wanted to use it under foundation (after seeing the Lisa Eldridge video) but its the worst. Makes my skin red and itchy (and thus very unsuitable for foundation) Too bad:(

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Treatments (Face) -La Roche-Posay -CICAPLAST BAUME B5 (Multi-purpose/soothing repairing balm)

on 12/5/2018 12:16:00 PM


This is definitely a HG night moisturizer for me! I absolutely love it. I have Psoriasis and occasionally have small break outs on my face. Other than that, I'm fortunate to have very clear and wrinkle free skin for a 39 year old woman! (20+ years of looking after my skin with simple products). This baume both soothes my dry patches when they break out and gives my skin a beautiful glow when I wake up each morning. I follow with my favourite daytime moisturiser - Embryolisse Lait Creme Concentrate.

I don't find it to be too heavy or greasy once it has sank in. I also use it as hand cream and to soothe itchy insect bites during the summer. An all round dream cream for me :)

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Sunscreen -La Roche-Posay -Anthelios 50 Tinted Mineral Ultra Fluid Sunscreen

on 11/29/2018 1:26:00 AM


This broke my skin out into Deep painful cysts and burns like hell a few minutes after applying is a pain in the butt to blend and made my skin feel like it was being suffocated and looked oily as anything .. same thing with the effaclar duo.. I am now dealing with scars that I shouldn’t have...this brand does not work for my skin in any way at all definitely not wasting another dollar on this company that prides itself in sensitive skin care yet is full of irritating ingredients... I got sucked in learn from my mistake. I can’t think of a single thing I liked even the fragrance is off putting smells like cleaning solution.

Treatments (Face) -La Roche-Posay -EFFACLAR Duo

on 11/29/2018 1:22:00 AM


I have slightly dry/acne prone/sensitive 23y/o skin and this product did not work for me at all... I purchased because of a social media influencer who has similar skin to mine who had recommended to people who struggled with congested pores, I purchased both the original cream and the tinted one for days where I wanted some light coverage. Upon applying the cream my skin feels warm which I always find slightly alarming with any product other than peels or chemical exfoliators. The tinted version is literally impossible to blend even with fingers a sponge iv tried a blush and even mixing it with some moisturiser to loosen it a little and I am always left with patches where the cream has no colour and then orange blobs it’s the strangest thing.. but appearances aside the “warming” sensation turns to burning and eventually I am rushing to the sink to get this crap off my face! I can’t stand it I feel suffocated with it on and have to soothe my skin with aloe and rose water for the next for hours!! The ingredients are very irritating for a brand that prides themselves in being experts in sensitive skin ... It’s MAJOR NO! Get a sample the company suck and won’t allow a return ...

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