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La Roche Posay Redermic Plus Fill In Anti-Wrinkle Firming Care Normal/Combo

The 1st anti-wrinkle firming technology stemming from skin-healing research.
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Sensitive SKin Breakout

I have VERY sensitive skin nad I understand this innovative product is highly recommended for this skin type; In fact I LOVED it and would like to purchase again, however on the 30th day of use I had a breakout (not sure if this product as I also had a different moisturizer, a loose face powder & exposed to some toxic house cleaners????? Has anyone with sensitive skin expericence any redness or irrritation with this product? Again, I REALLY want to buy again as it's a great product. Also, wouldn't I have had a reactive before using it flawlessly for 29 dayus? Help, I need your input. Still, is there a simillar ant-aging product available that still contains an effective amount of "Hyaluronic Acid? THnaks a bunch! IO NEED HELP NOW!
asked 2 years, 6 months ago
 - Charleston, South Carolina
on La Roche Posay Redermic Plus Fill In Anti-Wrinkle Firming Care Normal/Combo
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answer 1
I have sensitive skin and have never had a problem using this product. I've used it for several years now. It's the best product I've used with Hyaluronic Acid. It sounds like you had a reaction from the house cleaners. Give this another try! Good luck!
answered 2 years ago
 - MD
answer 2
I have used La Roche Posay Redermic with other beauty products for over a year, no break outs. To check out what you may be sensitive to, eliminate all products you use and add them one by one. Also, you may have a problem with the moisture in your skin. Do you need a product for dry skin or oily skin. Be sure to cleanse your skin morning and night.
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answered 2 years, 4 months ago
 - Los Angeles, CA

what is the difference between the plus and regular?

I don't like a lot of added stuff and just wanted to try this product, as is. But you are out of it. I can't tell what is added to the other version to make it "plus."
That, and when do you think you will have the regular version in?
asked 3 years, 11 months ago
 - Tampa, Fla.
on La Roche Posay Redermic Plus Fill In Anti-Wrinkle Firming Care Normal/Combo
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answer 1
My guess is that the 'plus' refers to the firming agent. I'm not aware of whether there is a 'regular' that contains the firming agent.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
 - New York
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