La Roche-Posay Hydreane Rich Moisturising Cream is based on La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water which is used for the first time in association with Hydrolipids; a new generation of water carriers designed to permeate naturally into th epidermis. The hydrolipids infuse the skin with Thermal Spring Water, which bring moisture and soothing properties. Progressively, hydreane helps the skin become less reactive to irritating factors and fully hydrated so that the skin's softness and comfort is restored.
Recommended for dry to very dry sensitive skin.
About Irritant skin:
Your skin is protected by a layer made up of water and lipids. When certain lipids are lacking, this natural barrier is weakened and water is allowed to escape, leaving skin susceptible to outside irritants. La Roche-Posay helps restore this protective layer and skin is rehydrated, soft, and supple.
At the heart of the brand: A unique thermal spring water
La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water undergoes no processing, leaving all of its components intact and its properties unchanged. It is delicately incorporated into all of their skincare products and spray mists. With anti-inflammatory and anti-free radical properties, thermal spring water helps treat certain serious inflammatory skin conditions when used as a therapeutic complement. It also helps to fight skin aging, and its dermatological benefits are recognised by the highest scientific and medical authorities.
How to use La Roche-Posay Hydreane Rich Moisturizing Cream:
Aqua / Water Glycerin Cetearyl Alcohol Isohexadecane Glyceryl Stearate Cyclohexasiloxane Caprylic / Capric / Succinic Triglyceride Petrolatum Butyrospermum Parkii Butter / Shea Butter PEG-100 Stearate Glycerin Soja Oil/ Soybean Oil Tocopherol Chlorhexidine Digluconate Polyphosphorylcholine Glycol Acrylate Caprylyl Glycol Ceteareth-20 Citric Acid Parfum / Fragrance
Very nice moisturising cream which is not oily. Very effective in keeping skin moist and supple without causing any pimples or spots. Probably the best facial moisturising cream. But certainly pricy.