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La Roche-Posay Effaclar Duo

Posted on the 24 February 2013 by Emilymoon @em_moon_reviews
I first heard about this product from Tanya Burr's recommendation on YouTube (http://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=6omcQJ0NRkA&desktop;_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3D6omcQJ0NRkA) I bought it because she said it changed her life, and really strongly recommended it.
At £13 the price seemed steep to me, but since I bought it I've realised that actually a little goes a long way, the cream spreads across your skin really easily and you only need a tiny amount to treat your whole face.
I should say before I talk about how the product worked for me that I have combination skin, that's acne prone and my cheeks are really really sensitive so I often find it difficult to find good products for my skin.
This cream is one of those products that was fine for my sensitive skin, It didn't sting at all, which is always a concern for me when it comes to strong products. It's a really light cream, that isn't oily or greasy or thick. I also really like the smell of it, it's really fresh and clean smelling - I personally hate skin treatments that smell sickly and sweet.
It hasn't magically stopped me getting spots, but I think my skin looks a lot brighter, and my pores are definitely less clogged and I've noticed less blemishes on my face. It does have Salicylic acid in which is absolutely amazing for getting rid of spots, but the concentration is very low, which probably explains why I'm still getting a few spots.
I think if you have skin with lots of blemishes, this product definitely helps, but I wouldn't expect it to solve all you skin problems. I still maintain that the best thing you can do for your skin is drink loads of water everyday!
I am definitely going to continue using this product everyday, but I'm still on the look out for the perfect skin cream for acne-prone combination skin!
Do you have any good products you can recommend?
La Roche-Posay Effaclar Duo

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