La Roche-Posay Cicaplast 40ml

7,35 €
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Repairs irritated or cracked skin with a triple repairing, antibacterial and protective action

40ml

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LA ROCHE POSAY | La Roche-Posay Cicaplast 40ml

Scars diminish the natural beauty of your skin. These appear as a natural healing process that leaves a whitish mark differentiated from the uniform texture of the skin over the injured area.

Roche-Posay Cicaplast is a cream that accelerates the repair of the skin through a triple action: repairing, antibacterial and protective. With this treatment you will stimulate the reconstruction of the natural skin barrier and protect it thanks to its invisible silicone texture with a"dressing effect".

This cream is useful in post- dermatological operations such as minor surgeries and in cases of chronic flaking, cracks, cracks in the skin, herpes, cold sores or kielitis.

Help regenerate your skin!

Instructions for use

Apply twice a day with a gentle massage on dry areas of irritated skin. Apply 3 times a day on cracked skin. For all other cases, apply twice a day.

Composition

AQUA. CAPRYLYL GLYCOL. CITRIC ACID. COOPER GLUCONATE. CYCLOHEXASILOXANE. CYCLOPENTASILOXANE. DIMETHICONE. DIMETHICONOL. DIMETHICONOL BEHENATE. EDTA DISODIUM. GLYCERIN. MANGANESE GLUCONATE. METHYLPARABEN. PANTHENOL. POLYSORBATE 20. SODIUM CITRATE. SODIUM HYALURONATE. ZINC GLUCONATE. PEG/PPG-18/18 DIMETHICONE. MADECASSOSIDE.

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10/10

Very good

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10/10

I think it's great

Beatriz M.
10/10

I have bought this product before and I like it very much

Raquel D.
8/10

The k least I liked the k has not yet reached me

Maitane R.

Pharmaceutical AdvicePharmacy

This cream helps to repair the skin barrier more quickly. Use twice a day unless otherwise directed by the dermatologist.

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