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La Roche-Posay Toleriane Riche Soothing Protective Cream 40ml

4.3 of 7 reviews

$29.95

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Age:

  • Teens
  • 20s
  • 30s
  • 40s
  • 50+

Skin Concern:

  • Sensitivity and redness

Skin Type:

  • Dry
  • Normal to dry
  • Normal to oily
  • Oily

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4.3 of 7 reviews

83% recommend this product

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Most Helpful Positive

Obsessed with this ultda hydrating cream!

Lara196751

Obsessed with this ultra hydrating cream

I so highly recommend this cream. It is totally amazing as it truly states what it does. It is so moisturising and fixes very dry skin patches. It is brilliant for mature, combination, oily and acne prone skin , especially during the winter. It does not cause skin breakouts. I wake up with smooth skin.

Most Helpful Criticism

Comfortable on skin

Stephen

I was recommended La Roche-Posay by an AdoreBeauty online consultant for my sensitive, red & dry 51 year old skin.

Whenever I try a new range I like to get a selection of products to give it a sold try. This review covers the following La Roche-Posay products which I've used for 4 weeks now:

- Rosaliac AR intense
- Toleraine Ultra
- Toleraine Ultra Nuit
- Toleraine Sensitive
- Toleraine Sensitive Riche
- Toleraine Riche
- Cicaplast Baume B5
- Cicaplast Mains
- Cicaplast Levres

First of all, what the heck are each of these products designed for?!!? Which do I use for what? They all claim to "soothe, hydrate, repair" or some combination thereof but the facial creams are hard to decipher. Sure "nuit" is a night time cream and the Rosaliac an antirosacea product but Toleraine Sensitive, Toleraine Sensitive Riche, Toleraine Riche?!!? Utterly confusing & the La Roche-Posay website helped not one bit.

The positives of these products are that they are not heavily fragranced, sit comfortably on my skin/lips/hands and soak into my skin quite well. I particularly like the lip balm & hand barrier cream. Both are good at providing protection without a heavy, greasy feel. The Toleraine Sensitive cream also soaks in particularly well.

Unfortunately most of the face creams live a shiny film which I find particularly annoying on my already often red face. Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer sound familiar?

The Rosaliac AR Intense lotion was in fact not intense enough to calm my skin when angry, red, sore & burning. It's just not thick & emollient enough. Similarly while the Ultra products are fragrance, alcohol, paraben & lanolin free, they're just not moisturising enough for my skin.

Conversely the Cicaplast Baume B5 cream must be meant for nappy rash as it reminds me of zinc oxide. It sits on top of the skin and leaves a white film over the skin.

None of the La Roche-Posay products aggravated or irritated my skin but aside from the hand & lip creams, none of them felt like they were doing anything to make my skin better. I'm ambivalent about recommending these products so I'd suggest you try them for yourself & see how you go.
  1. Obsessed with this ultda hydrating cream!

    Lara196751

    Obsessed with this ultra hydrating cream

    I so highly recommend this cream. It is totally amazing as it truly states what it does. It is so moisturising and fixes very dry skin patches. It is brilliant for mature, combination, oily and acne prone skin , especially during the winter. It does not cause skin breakouts. I wake up with smooth skin.
  2. Comfortable on skin

    Stephen

    I was recommended La Roche-Posay by an AdoreBeauty online consultant for my sensitive, red & dry 51 year old skin.

    Whenever I try a new range I like to get a selection of products to give it a sold try. This review covers the following La Roche-Posay products which I've used for 4 weeks now:

    - Rosaliac AR intense
    - Toleraine Ultra
    - Toleraine Ultra Nuit
    - Toleraine Sensitive
    - Toleraine Sensitive Riche
    - Toleraine Riche
    - Cicaplast Baume B5
    - Cicaplast Mains
    - Cicaplast Levres

    First of all, what the heck are each of these products designed for?!!? Which do I use for what? They all claim to "soothe, hydrate, repair" or some combination thereof but the facial creams are hard to decipher. Sure "nuit" is a night time cream and the Rosaliac an antirosacea product but Toleraine Sensitive, Toleraine Sensitive Riche, Toleraine Riche?!!? Utterly confusing & the La Roche-Posay website helped not one bit.

    The positives of these products are that they are not heavily fragranced, sit comfortably on my skin/lips/hands and soak into my skin quite well. I particularly like the lip balm & hand barrier cream. Both are good at providing protection without a heavy, greasy feel. The Toleraine Sensitive cream also soaks in particularly well.

    Unfortunately most of the face creams live a shiny film which I find particularly annoying on my already often red face. Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer sound familiar?

    The Rosaliac AR Intense lotion was in fact not intense enough to calm my skin when angry, red, sore & burning. It's just not thick & emollient enough. Similarly while the Ultra products are fragrance, alcohol, paraben & lanolin free, they're just not moisturising enough for my skin.

    Conversely the Cicaplast Baume B5 cream must be meant for nappy rash as it reminds me of zinc oxide. It sits on top of the skin and leaves a white film over the skin.

    None of the La Roche-Posay products aggravated or irritated my skin but aside from the hand & lip creams, none of them felt like they were doing anything to make my skin better. I'm ambivalent about recommending these products so I'd suggest you try them for yourself & see how you go.
  3. Good final moisturiser

    Jess

    I love to use this product as a final moisturiser in my night time routine to lock in all of the other products I have used. It has a very rich consistency which does this beautifully and is ideal in cooler weather but can be a little too much in warmer weather. You only need to use the smallest amount as it goes very far.
  4. Nice

    Christine

    I have dry, sensitive skin. This has a nice cooling effect when it goes on and the cream is very thick and rich to provide lots of moisture. I think it's a really basic moisturiser that will heal and protect your skin but won't do anything too miraculous. Simple effective skincare and i quite enjoyed it.
  5. It’s a great nourishing moisturier

    Jessie

    I have combination dehydrated skin, but still I love this as a moisturiser on my skin. I focus it on the drier portions of my face and it gives me good hydration for what could otherwise be dry, dehydrated or flaky looking skin. It doesn’t have any scent, so it is great for all skin types and is moisturising without being sticky or leaving an oily rich feeling on the skin. It also sits well underneath makeup. I highly recommend this product, it works well without the big price tag of some higher end products.
  6. Good

    Kathy

    This cream is great! I have eczema on my face and this cream is very soothing, making my face feel normal again.
    Only bad thing about it is that the tube is so small.
  7. FAB!!!

    Claudia

    This is the most amazing moisturiser I've used in my LIFE!! It's a cream so spreads good to cover my face. Only thing is that the bottle is only 40mls so it is small which does get annoying to spend a lot on moisturiser. but worth it if it works for you.

    Be careful because one time i mistakenly bought the other "LA ROCHE-POSAY TOLERIANE SOOTHING PROTECTIVE SKINCARE" and was verrrrrrrryyy thin and watery so i wasn't happy with that one.

    might last me about 8-10 weeks for 40mls
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