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HOW TO APPLY:
Apply and massage into skin with fingertips, using light, circular motions.
Gently pat dry without rubbing. Rinsing optional.
With La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water.
Light milky fluid enriched with glycerin for an extra hydration boost. Hypo-allergenic formula is safe for use on sensitive or reactive skin. High tolerance. No preservatives.
Cleanses and removes face and eye make-up in a single step.
Works on contact (no rubbing necesssary).
Enriched with glycerin and La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water.
High tolerance. Can be rinsed off or removed with cotton or tissue.
Removes eye make-up.
Fresh & soft skin
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LA ROCHE-POSAY THERMAL WATER
WHAT FACTORS EXACERBATE
A number of factors increase skin sensitivity. Environmental factors are well known and include cold weather, temperature variations and dryness. Alcohol consumption rapidly increases calorie intake and often triggers flushing and noticeable redness. Tobacco has an impact on skin nerve endings and the skin itself and pollution also attacks the skin. Hormonal factors must also be considered. Women undergo many changes during the menopause; the skin changes and can accentuate these phenomena. Family history also plays a part; women often have sensitive or hyper-reactive skin when their mother suffers from the same condition. All of these factors can cause sensitive skin and encourage women to avoid using aggressive products such as peels and repeated scrubs which can lead to more severe reactions and may increase skin sensitivity.
The golden rule when cleansing: BE GENTLE. Avoid frictions and scratching . Keep nails short. Dry well by patting gently your face.
WHICH ONE DO YOU NEED?
THE PERFECT MATCH
FOR YOUR SKIN
THE TOLERIANE WINNING TRIO
If not correctly treated, sensitive skin is 2 to 5 times more likely to develop medically diagnosed skin allergies*.
* Source: FARAGE 2008 British Association of Dermatologists. British Journal of Dermatology 2008 159, pp231–266