Sunday Selection – La Roche Posay

 
 
La Roche-Posay Effaclar Duo is the corrective, anti-marks, gel cream formula that has received mixed reviews. In such situations, there is only one thing to do- buy it and try it for yourself. La Roche Posay are so confident in its performance that they promise a clearer complexion or your money back; A confident move and a fun experiment for us.
 
Based on a unique partnership with Dermatologists worldwide and extensive research in all skin conditions, including problem skin, La Roche-Posay introduces it’s latest innovation to target the key signs of oily, blemish prone skin.
 
Here we have a product, specifically targeting the marks left behind on the skin, post blemish. This is not addressing scarring, which is a different ball game altogether, but the red, inflamed hyper-pigmentation marks that refuse to budge from the skin.
 
Those of you whom suffer from this, understand only too well that in most cases these marks remain on the skin for many years and the huge impact this can have on self-confidence.
 
The key ingredient here is Procerad, a patented ceramide that exclusively unclogs pores and protects against marks.
 
I noticed improvements in less than a week and now going strong into the third, my pigmentation is visibly reduced. 
 
Effaclar Duo also provides an excellent base for foundation, giving me that glow that looks as though copious amounts of greens have been consumed (actually many Easter chocs).
 
Bravo La Roche-Posay, no return necessary, you’re for keeps.
 
 
Cat x
 
 
 
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Jamilatsj

Fashion Journalist and Beauty Blogger from London

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