Damaged Skin

Did you know: your skin has two protective barriers?

Damaged Skin

Did you know: your skin has two protective barriers?

When skin lacks an effective barrier function, elements in the environment such as pollution or other aggressors can penetrate skin more easily and trigger irritation, setting off the annoying symptoms often associated with sensitive skin: tingling, itching, redness…

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Why Should I Care About My Skin's Microbiome ?

Eczema

Why Should I Care About My Skin's Microbiome ?

Like the gut, skin has its very own ecosystem of commensal or friendly bacteria. Every day, these bacteria are revealing new and beneficial functions: one of the most interesting areas of research is the “cross-talk” between skin microbes and the immune system.

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Everything you've always wanted to know about moles...

Sun Protection

Everything you've always wanted to know about moles...

A mole, also called a naevus, consists of a mass of brown-coloured cells that are generally found in the skin or mucus membranes. Known as melanocytes, these are the cells behind tanning or dark skin. Children have no moles when they are born. They begin to appear between the age of six months and a year and then continue to appear until adulthood.

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XL-PROTECT: Anthelios protection against UV plus urban aggressors

Sun Protection

XL-PROTECT: Anthelios protection against UV plus urban aggressors

Simply put, XL-PROTECT technology is La Roche-Posay’s most complete sun protection to date.

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