You're probably sick of hearing about my tomato-toned face, so without getting into that, I wanted to do a review on the La Roche-Posay Rosaliac Moisturizer. The reason? When I was looking to buying this product there were no reviews on it. Thus, I got out my camera, inserted the memory card, and snapped away.
You'll notice that this review isn't too, too ravey or "happy", but I am here to speak the truth...not act cool or chic, because we all know that I'm neither of those things.
The packaging...chic. Chic and French (for lack of a better pair of words), but this isn't a blog on how to package items, but I do like the packaging. Okay, enough, enough.
This moisturizer is supposed to help with redness (as you could probably gather from the title), but I found that it didn't do anything at all to help it. Perhaps it gave a bit of moisture, but not much at all, as my skin is rather dehydrated and I really need something a bit more nourishing. Perhaps this would be good if you had oily skin and didn't need to much moisture, but for my skin (which is combination/normal), it didn't really work in the moisture category nor the anti-redness category.
From the picture below, you can see that this moisturizer is green. Green! It makes sense, as green is supposed to cancel out red, but it just kinds of blends in clear anyway. The smell of this is quite nice - citrusy, and I haven't found that it irritates my slightly sensitive skin.
So there - a review checked off my list and a little bit of info for future Rosaliac buyers, yet beware. Follow the comments above and thou shalt not be disapointed. If only I could visit a pharmacy where they stocked a lot of La Roche-Posay...heaven.