Sensitive, dehydrated skin

In industrialised countries, over half of women claim to have sensitive skin. Symptoms include discomfort, redness, tightness and even prickling. To soothe the fragile epidermis, choose hydrating products for sensitive skin.

Quench your skin's thirst every morning with thermal spring water

Just like the rest of your body, your skin needs to stay hydrated. If it's too dehydrated, it gets dry and rough to the touch, causing tight pulling sensations and perhaps even flaking. To combat the effects of temporary moisture loss in the epidermis-or to prevent it all together-it's important to get into the habit of using a moisturising cream that's suitable for your skin's needs. To satisfy this universal need for hydration, La Roche-Posay has harnessed all the beneficial effects of thermal spring water in its Thermal Spring Water Cream.

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