Uriage Roseliane mask 40ml

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Treatment to soothe irritated, red or pinkish skin

40 ml

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URIAGE | Uriage Roseliane mask 40ml

Uriage's Roseliane mask helps to soothe irritated, red or pinkish skin

How does it work? Thanks to its decongesting, soothing and moisturizing properties, it calms the feelings of heat and tension immediately. You will feel a real comfort in your skin!

Active components:

  • Uriage Hot Springs.
  • Cerasterol 2F.
  • Ginseng extract.
  • Dextran sulphate.
  • Rose essential wax.

*No parabens;

Stop your skin irritations!

Instructions for use

Apply morning and evening to a perfectly clean and dry face.


Uriage thermal water, sk5r complex, cerasterol-2f, tlr2-regul complex, plant association, green pearls, biosaccharide gum.


29,00 € / 100 ml


Pharmaceutical Advice

Couperose is one of the skin’s first signs that can end up in the eventual development of rosacea. Rosacea is a chronic skin condition. Its main symptom, among others, is redness in the central part of the face (caused by small capillaries that dilate because of an alteration in the cutaneous barrier).

These conditions tend to be more frequent in sensitive and light skin and have several contributing factors. They appear as outbreaks or flare ups, but the discomfort may become more or less permanent. Signs and symptoms may include small red lines under the skin, acne-like bumps, inflammation, burning sensation or sudden flushing.

Slowing down the progression of this condition and preventing its evolution to more severe stages is very important. An appropriate, daily facial routine can help to keep the symptoms under control. All irritating substances should be avoided in skincare and diet (such as reducing alcohol and tobacco consumption and avoiding spicy ingredients in food). Always consult with an expert in dermocosmetics and visit a dermatologist once a year.



It was recommended to me by a dermatologist, after I got rosacea from using a natural cosmetic brand...

Alba S.


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