Wednesday, 10 August 2016

Summer Skin Saviours from La Roche-Posay | Advertorial

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I admit, when it comes to hot weather – I fail miserably. I've been travelling more and more recently, and during a trip to LA, I got to experience the hottest weather I've ever been subjected to.
There were a few things I learnt during that trip to LA. One thing being to never travel to a warm climate without a deep conditioning hair mask & hair oil. The second being that a good SPF is absolutely vital.





The La Roche-Posay Anthelios XL Dry Touch creamis one of my favourite SPF products. I love how easy it is to use – with a small amount being all you need to cover your whole face. It's light on the skin and blends out beautifully without leaving a greasy texture behind. This has certainly been a skin saviour for me in recent months, and It's one of the first items I reach for come morning time.



For quick summer morning skin prep, the La Roche-Posay Micellar water (which I previously spoke about here) is a winner – especially come morning time. It's packed with micells to help remove dirt & pollution from your skin. It feels soothing oand a quick swipe over your face with a cotton pad in the AM is often all you need before you're ready for makeup application.

For those on the go, the brand new La Roche-Posay Effaclar Duo [+] Unifiant could be the saviour you’ve been looking for. Ideal for post gym makeup application or if you're having a no makeup day. It's the same formula as the Effaclar Duo [+] that helps to fight against acne-prone skin this time with a hint of a tint to unify the tone of blemishes while working to reduce their size and redness whilst unclogging pores at the same time. Ideal for those days when you have no desire to apply makeup but would also like a little coverage, Alternatively, if full coverage is your thing – you can also wear it under foundation as a primer to get the best of both worlds!




What are your summer skin saviours? Let me know in the comments below!
Em xx



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