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What skincare products should you use when you have eczema?

  • Keep skincare simple

  • Less is more!

  • Adopt La Roche Posay products, developed especially for sensitive skin and recommended by dermatologists

What skincare products should you use when you have eczema?

When suffering from dry skin or eczema, the rule is to keep it simple.

Less is more! And always check the ingredients list on your products.

The La Roche Posay range has been , developed specifically for sensitive skin with fragrance-free and paraben-free formulas to suit your sensitive skincare needs.

FACE

Toleriane Dermo Cleanser

This Cleansing Milk has the UK British Allergy Foundation’s seal of approval thanks to its minimalist formula. Suitable for all skin types, it works both on eyes and face and needn’t be rinsed off – what could be easier?

Toleriane Ultra Monodose Eye Makeup Remover

Abiding by a strict formulation charter, this make up remover is just the thing for those seeking a dry skin-friendly skin routine. The eye makeup remover is suitable for contact lens wearers, and for those with eyelid eczema. Even better, it works for face cleansing too and comes in handy one-use doses to keep the product free of any dirt or bacteria.

Lipikar Baume AP+

This award-winning cream respects the skin’s micro-biome and rebuilds its natural barrier thanks its Aqua Posae formula. A single application, head to toe, is enough for 48-hour hydration and soothing relieving that itchiness for 24-hours.

Cicaplast Baume B5 

Cicaplast Baume B5 contains panthenol and zinc, both soothing and antibacterial. Its nourishing and restorative powers make it a great candidate for the eczema sufferer’s wash bag, to apply to any lesions on top of your emollient.

Cicaplast Lips

Suffering from really dry lips can be a nightmare. Cicaplast Levres for Lips contains MP lipids, panthenol and shea butter thus offering a soothing and nourishing sensation for chapping and up to 12-hour protection.