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15-04-2009
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I've seen it at a few places here in the US and have always wondered about how good they are. I think I might try it out sometime next year (have to finish off my Clinique items first).
i also switched from Clinique to La Roche Posay. The products are excellent. I'm quite satisfied (was also satisfied with Clinique, but La Roche Posay is not that expensive)

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16-04-2009
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i used "efaclar k" lol i dont remember how to spell it.. but it made my skin realy irritated, and then dry, even though it is mixed skin and my dermatologist suggested it to me. well, i think im a weird case. i still use it, but only once a week or so, i cant use it more than that unless i want to have a red swollen face.

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12-05-2010
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i'm thinking about switching from Vichy Normadern to La Roche Posay Effaclar, but i'm not sure...

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12-05-2010
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Has anyone tried the Effaclar Astringent Micro-Exfoliating Lotion? I looks like a good replacement for my Biologique Recherche P50V...it says it helps to unblock pores and reduce pore size.
I've been using it for a few months but I'm not sure what to think about it. My skin is okay (no bad reaction, dry patches) but somehow I expected more. I don't know if I'm making sense...

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I didn't realize La Roche Posay had a thread... I use Toleriane moisturizer, it's seriously so good! I used to have such dry skin, it was awful and I used to pile on moisturizer but it would give me spots. Toleriane is SO light and it doesn't give you any spots whatsoever, I love it. I always get compliments now (: Seriously recommend it! Haha I sound like one of those annoying people in the Proactive adverts, sorry

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I want to try a cleansing milk...any recommendations from LRP? I'd love for it to remove WP mascara...

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I've used the Effaclar K for ages - I think I'm on the 5th tube now, and it works beautifully. However, it does and will work better on oilier skin types, I reckon. It's a gentle exfoliator, so be sure to use loads of sunscreen.

^The_Ida: They've got the Respectissime Waterproof Eye Makeup Remover, and their Physiological Cleansing Milk is AMAZING!

I'm about to get the Iso-Urea tomorrow - it's the gentle exfoliating body cream. Can't wait!

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I use the Hydraphase Legere moisturizer, its the best Ive ever tried. Been using it for 2 yrs now. Keeps my skin clear and dewy

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The Toleraine cleanser is the best I have ever used.

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Has anyone ever used their Hydreane light moisturiser? I want to try some of their stuff but have very sensitive skin, not sure what would be the best for me.

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I've just finished my tube of Effaclar H (for oily skin made fragile by overly drying skincare) and it is such a great product. I use it when my usually combination skin feels dry and gets flaky. It moisturizes very good without being greasy. I couldn't wait to try more of their stuff so today I got Effaclar K (light exfoliating moisturizer), Effaclar Duo (treatment for blemishes) and a new Effaclar H tube. I'm very excited!

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I love LRP products. Especially their range of cleansers and sunscreen. I buy 1 SPF50 Anthelios fluid every year at the beginning of the summer.

Currently using:
- Kerium mild shampoo
- Toleriane cleansing gel
- Physiologie mild scrub
- Physiologie eye makeup cleanser

LRP is pretty easy to find in Belgium, although tiny bit more expensive than in France. So when ever I'm in France, I stock up.

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I've been having problems with my skin [pores, black heads, sometimes little pimples but no acne] so decided to get myself Effaclar K [works wonders!] the only problem is that I didn't realize it's for oily skin and my skin is pretty dry. Do they carry any other product that would work similarly to Effaclar K but is suitable for dry skin?
Thanks.

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^If it doesn't dry out your skin, then why change it? If it works then there's no reason to try anything else. Who cares what it says on the bottle, really

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It does dry out the skin if I use it every day. Spots disappear but my skin gets super dry after a while. Have been using it together with other moisturiser but I guess it would be better to stick to one product?

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