A good few weeks ago I picked up some La Roche Posay (LRP) products as I’d heard a lot of great things about 1, and couldn’t resist picking up another!
My main reason for going in was to pick up the Effaclar Duo, the much raved about product to help with blemishes, acne and any other complexion woes.
Many bloggers have tried and tested it including Tanya Burr who gave it her seal of approval after it helped her get rid of her blemishes that nothing else would on.
It contains 4 active ingredients to combat imperfections and sebum blocked pores, and the thermal spring water helps to soothe any irritation.
The product is a white cream you can apply to the entire face or to specific areas for targeted results. When applied the cream does not feel greasy at all, it’s actually very matte but also hydrating and therefore creates a perfect base to start your day.
This seems to dry out the spot slowly and I was really impressed and how it felt on the skin as I expected it to feel drier due to the matte feeling.
The nozzle makes it so easy to apply the exact amount to wherever your spots are. I have applied this to my face and had no bad reactions other than my skin being a little dry after a few days application.
This is mostly down to my skin being drier than it was previously, so for me applying it to my whole face would be too much, but on specific spots it works a treat.
I have also applied it to a really random spot that inconveniently appeared on my chest and it helped it go down quicker than it would have otherwise. It’s not a miracle cream by any means, but i was pleased with the results and would recommend that if you were having trouble controlling your blemishes it is definitely worth a go.
If there’s one thing I know, skin is so subjective!
The images above show how the cream disappeared into my skin leaving a matte finish and easily allows make up to be applied over it.
This was a worthy purchase for me but not a miracle worker. It helped to reduce the size and number of my blemishes but it didn’t work overnight so don’t expect it to! Give it time though and it will work a treat!
Have you tried Effaclar Duo? What did you think? What’s your favourite LRP product?