Adult women are increasingly facing the appearance of late-onset acne.
Acne in adulthood is a genuinely upsetting condition that causes far more self-consciousness than problems with weight*.
La Roche-Posay Dermatological Laboratory recognises the impact acne has on women's quality of life, and they have made a crucial breakthrough by identifying oxidation as a decisive factor in worsening the clinical signs of oily skin.
Effaclar K(+): targeting and treating recurring blemishes and blackheads
Under the effects of external stress such as pollution or dust, sebum undergoes a process of oxidation, which increases the clinical signs of oily skin. This means more and more adult women are having to deal with late-onset skin imperfections.
To meet this new challenge, La Roche-Posay Dermatological Laboratory has taken their highly effective formula for Effaclar K even further. Now it can target oxidation processes and prevent their effects on the epidermis.
Effaclar K(+)'s high-tech formula is the first to combine active ingredients recognised for their effective action against the clinical signs of acne:
- an anti-oxidant combination of vitamin E and carnosine to combat sebum oxidation and oxidative damage to skin;
- Airlicium 8-hour anti-sebum, highly absorbent to prevent shine;
- micro-exfoliating LHA to unclog pores.
Skin is detoxified and cleansed right from the first application, giving a sensation of freshness all day long.
After a month, skin is visibly transformed: the skin surface is smoother, pores are unblocked and shininess is under control.
A supplementary anti-blemish skincare routine
Effaclar K(+) is clinically proven to effectively protect skin from oxidation and excess sebum. Smooth and renewed, skin is also freed from recurring blackheads.
For best results:
1 - Cleanse your skin morning and night with Micellar Water, specially formulated to eliminate impurities such as polluting particles. This leaves skin clear and refreshed.
*Christin N.Collier et al. The prevalence of acne in adults aged 20 and over. J Am Acad Dermatol, Volume 58, Issue 1 - 2008