Micellar water cleanser and make-up remover for oily and sensitive skin
Gentle, fresh solution, with perfume.
This easy-glide formula slides effortlessly over skin
With La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water.
La Roche-Posay combines the power of micelles with glycerin to effectively remove make-up with a single cotton pad.
Micelles bind to make-up and impurities, lifting them away from the skin's surface
Oil, dirt and make-up can be wiped away easily, with no harsh rubbing
Impurities and excess sebum are removed thanks to mild surfactants suitable for sensitive skin.
Enriched with La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water, which contains a unique combination of trace elements and minerals that protects and soothes even the most sensitive skin.
After one cotton pad:
- 99% of foundation removed.*
- 69% of mascara removed.*
After 4 weeks, 1 out of 2 women say they use fewer cotton pads than they do with their usual product.**
*clinical study on 20 women
**Self-assessment: 121 Caucasian women
Pay attention to the material you use. Dermatologic surgical cottons (available in pharmacies or drugstores), are pretty handy, as traditional cotton often get caught on the imperfections, which is quite unpleasant.
EFFACLAR is a complete range of anti-imperfection solutions that targets all the stages of the imperfection life cycle with a high efficacy, while ensuring a perfect tolerance.
Before looking at the different types of acne we should first look at the physiopathology. The first sign of acne is generally oily skin with hyper sebaceous secretions, giving the appearance of slightly shiny skin and dilated pores. Then there is retention of the sebum with the appearance of comedos (blackheads) or small white cysts beneath the skin that are visible when the skin is stretched slightly. A bacterium called p. acnes is also causes inflammation of comedone lesions. Superficial lesions such as papules pustules or red pimples appear. Other deeper, more painful pimples called nodules indicate more severe acne. But all of these lesions are usually present at the same time forming a polymorphic acne. Acne treatments include conventional treatments such as antibiotic creams,Êretinoid creams and a number of drugs. Recent research data has shown some quite promising new treatments; light energies such asÊred and blue LEDs, some types of laser are, in my opinion, options that may prove excellent future treatments for acne. But the most important thing is to remember to use suitable cleansing and cosmetic products for these skin types.