La Roche-Posay Toleriane Double Repair Face Moisturizer UV, SPF 30, 75 mL (2.5 oz)

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*** The source of Glycerin is not specified by the manufacturer and could be from Coconut Derivatives (does NOT exclude all fragrances) or Soy or Zea Mays (Corn)
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Discover Prebiotic Skincare. This oil-free facial moisturizer with SPF works in two ways: replenishes moisture and helps restore the skin's natural protective barrier. Sunscreen moisturizer for sensitive skin provides broad spectrum UVA/UVB protection.

Linda B.
Nov 18, 2023
Hi, We have entered the ingredients for this moisturizer based on information from the La Roche-Posay website. However, if you happen to have the product, can you send us images of the front and back of the product, including the ingredients and barcode (if available)? Please send the images to sshelpl@skinsafeproducts.com. Thank you!
user1700183719
Nov 16, 2023
I used to be able to wear this, but they updated their ingredients and now I get a rash from this. They removed a lot of ingredients, and added: SQUALANE • ZEA MAYS STARCH / CORN STARCH
Linda B.
May 11, 2023
Hi - the focus of SkinSAFE is the allergenicity of products and not toxicity. Products rated as SkinSAFE100 exclude the top common allergens which produce fewer allergic reactions as determined by over 25 years of research data from patch testing results. If you have any other questions or concerns, we'd be happy to help. Just let us know by emailing us at sshelp@skinsafeproducts.com.
Abigailreames2
May 07, 2023
This is my first 5 minutes on this site and if products containing avobenzone (a "sunscreen") are considered safe, I'm not feeling very good about it's trustworthiness. A very quick Google search explains that "Avobenzone degrades when it is exposed to the sun which results in harmful free radicals being released into the body. These free radicals can accelerate the aging process and increase the risk of illness including cancer." I used this product for a long time until I researched the individual ingredients. An ingredient intended to act as a sunscreen breaks down with exposure to the sun and then becomes a liability? Why would I want that on my face? And what is your criteria for saying that it's safe?
Anonymous
Apr 30, 2023
Similar to what another user mentioned: this product was recomended to me by the app as safe. When scanning barcode in store today, it app reports it's not safe for me.
user1641945723
Jan 11, 2022
Has ingredients on my allergens list
cat_admin
Dec 27, 2021
katekp, this ingredient list came directly from the brand's website and is current. If you have this product with a different formulation in hand, you can send an image of the front of the product and ingredient list to sshelp@skinsafeproducts.com and we can enter the formulation you have into our database.
katekp
Dec 27, 2021
Contains alumina
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