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Sunday, 25 August 2013

Review: La Roche-Posay Redermic R Dermatological Anti-Wrinkle Treatment

I received La Roche-Posay's Redermic R Dermatological Anti-Wrinkle Treatment as a Try from What's In My Handbag; as I've not tried any other La Roche-Posay products, I was excited about receiving this and giving it a good try.
La Roche-Posay Redermic R Review
The 5ml sample tube came in a small cardboard box which listed the ingredients; the inside of the box contains a warning about the need to use a good SPF after using this product. The tube itself is metal, with a metal seal which must be pierced with the screw-cap before use. I think the seal is a great touch as it reassures you of the hygiene of the product and means you know it's been properly sealed. The product within the tube is a medium-consistency pale yellow cream, which is easily dispensed and has a very light scent to it, which isn't unpleasant in the slightest. The cream sinks into the skin quickly and easily, leaving it feeling ever so slightly tacky. The tackiness wears off after a couple of minutes, at which point I apply my moisturiser over the top.
Review La Roche-Posay Redermic R
I've been using Redermic R every evening as instructed, and have found it a lovely, fuss-free product to add into my skincare routine; I simply pop it on before I brush my teeth, then moisturise afterwards. I'm only 21, and don't really have any major wrinkles yet. There are a couple of fine lines around my eyes, but as this product can't be used on the eye contour area, it was never going to help there. I also have a crease in my forehead, which I've been using as a yardstick for how well Redermic R has been working; after three weeks of use, I don't feel like I could say how it'll work long-term, but I do think while I've been using it, my forehead crease has been reduced. This could all be in my head as it's only a tiny crease but this is definitely a product I would continue to use if I was a little older, and one I'll be looking at adding into my routine in a few years' time.
La Roche-Posay Redermic R Dermatological Anti-Wrinkle Treatment is available from Boots, priced at £28 for 30ml of product.
Have you tried Redermic R? What's your favourite anti-wrinkle product? Are there any La Roche-Posay products you'd recommend me to try?

[Please note I received this product free-of-charge. I have not been asked to write this review, nor paid to do so, and as always all thoughts and opinions are entirely my own!]
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  1. Thanks for the review :) I haven't tried this yet, but La Roche Posay is, indeed, a great skincare brand! x


  2. This is something to look into, thanks for the review :)


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