Give the gift of clear skin with LA ROCHE-POSAY

A great spot treatment, within minutes of application the look of my blemish is greatly diminished. Within two days my skin is clear again without any drying. Perfect for my combination skin dealing with the cold and dry winter weather.

La Roche-Posay Effaclar AI Intensive Acne Spot Treatment

La Roche-Posay Effaclar AI Intensive Acne Spot Treatment to visibly reduce stubborn and inflammatory acne in only three days, while minimizing irritation. This formula takes a unique approach to treat imperfections with the association of two effective ingredients for the first time: Lipo-Hydroxy Acid (LHA), a pro-exfoliating molecule designed to micro-exfoliate the skin and stimulate cell renewal and Benzoyl Peroxide to treat acne in an innovative micronized form.

INNOVATION: Synergistic Combination of Unique Ingredients
· Benzoyl Peroxide, which in its traditional form, can be irritating in high concentrations. Effaclar AI provides Benzoyl Peroxide in an innovative micronized form to release active oxygen and target acne deep in the pores. Effaclar AI contains a 5.5% concentration of Micronized Benzoyl Peroxide which is clinically proven to effectively clear inflammatory acne, while also providing deeper penetration through micronization and minimal irritation.

·Lipo-Hydroxy-Acid (LHA), an exclusive pro-exfoliating molecule to micro-exfoliate the skin and stimulate cell renewal to help even skin tone, including residual skin marking. Developed by La Roche-Posay’s advanced research team, the LHA molecule (lipo-hydroxy-acid) is a lipophilic derivative of salicylic acid that incorporates a fatty chain for improved affinity with the sebum in the epidermis allowing for faster skin regeneration. LHA offers precise, cell-by-cell exfoliation proven to exfoliate six times more the number of corneocytes than salicylic acid.

$29.90


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