La Roche Posay Toleriane Ultra Creme
A moisturiser for dry, ultra sensitive, reactive and allergy-prone skin.
How to use: 01.CLEANSE Apply cleanser using fingertips then carefully wipe off using a cotton ball. Take care not to over wipe. We recommend TOLERIANE DERMO CLEANSER 02.TONE Spray face with spring water to keep skin hydrated and cool. We recommend THERMAL SPRING WATER 03.MOISTURISE Apply a nourishing moisturiser over face and neck, morning and evening. We recommend TOLERIANE ULTRA
Benefits: Immediately soothes and relieves irritated skin. Clinically proven to make skin less sensitive day after day. Minimalist, hypo-allergenic formula approved by Allergy UK
An overnight moisturiser specifically formulated for sensitive, reactive skin prone to dryness, tightness, redness, itchiness or burning. Suitable for those prone to allergic reaction. ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Enriched with neurosensine, glycerin, shea butter and La Roche-Posay’s Thermal Spring Water to instantly soothe and moisturise irritated skin. DERMATOLOGICALLY TESTED: Toleriane has been through rigorous dermatological testing to ensure it is suitable for use on even the most sensitive skin. Toleriane is the first skincare range to be given the Seal of Approval by Allergy UK. 9/10 dermatologists would recommend La Roche-Posay for sensitive skin* MINIMALIST HYPO-ALLERGENIC FORMULA: The minimalist formula contains the best of our creations – designed for sensitive skin and all of its needs. Tested and re-tested for its efficacy and mildness on sensitive skin. It is also hypoallergenic. Skin is immediately soothed and hydrated. Skin becomes less sensitive day after day with regular use. This is a cosmetic product. For medical conditions seek advice from your GP. 90% agree The product leaves the skin soothed immediately 95% agree The product leaves the skin comfortable 83% agree The skin seems to be intensely nourished. (*Consumer test 41 women, survey conducted by La Roche-Posay). *Survey of 249 Dermatologists who chose to attend a La Roche-Posay sponsored symposium, July 2016