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The soothing, softening power of a water naturally rich in antioxidant Selenium.
La Roche-Posay THERMAL SPRING WATER: the essential step to treating sensitive or irritated skin. Its virtues have been demonstrated in clinical trials conducted in collaboration with teams of dermatologists.
XY Homme (4 products)
Dermatologists require effectiveness and tolerance in the products they prescribe.
Laboratoires La Roche-Posay meet this requirement and, for the first time, have adapted it to the specific needs of male skin.
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