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    Default LaRoche-Posay Rosaliac Micellar Makeup Remover Gel

    Has anyone tried LaRoche-Posay Rosaliac Micellar Makeup Remover Gel? It's a cleanser for reactive skin.

    Here are the ingredients:

    AQUA / WATER
    BUTYLENE GLYCOL ≤10%
    GLYCERIN
    POLOXAMER 184
    ACRYLATES/C10-30 ALKYL ACRYLATE CROSSPOLYMER
    DISODIUM COCOAMPHODIACETATE ≤2%
    TRIETHANOLAMINE
    HYDROXYPROPYL GUAR
    DIHYDROCHOLETH-30
    SODIUM CITRATE
    DISODIUM EDTA
    SODIUM CHLORIDE
    ASCORBYL GLUCOSIDE
    CAFFEINE ≤1%
    SIMETHICONE
    CITRIC ACID ≤1%
    BIOSACCHARIDE GUM-1
    PHENOXYETHANOL ≤0.4%
    METHYLPARABEN
    ETHYLPARABEN ≤0.1%
    PROPYLPARABEN
    BUTYLPARABEN ≤0.1%
    ISOBUTYLPARABEN ≤0.1%

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    Yes, and I reacted instantly with red and burning skin. Also it was absolutely drying out my skin. Brought it back to the pharmacy and got my money back.

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    Ugh! Thanks for the heads up.

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    la roche posay is junk! sorry but its no good for rosaceans. tamara

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    Sorry Tamara, but I have to disagree with you. My skin did not tolerate the LaRoche-Posay Rosaliac Micellar Makeup Remover Gel, that's true. But the La Roche-Posay Toleriane Fluide Soothing Protective Non-Oily Emulsion is one of the most gentle and comfortable moisturisers I have ever used. I don't think that you can generalize.

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    yeah i agree with barbara....the la roche posay toleriane line is great...i use the toleriane fluide to cleanse, and the toleariane soothing lotion to moisturize...nothing but great products

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbara
    Yes, and I reacted instantly with red and burning skin. Also it was absolutely drying out my skin. Brought it back to the pharmacy and got my money back.
    Same thing happened to me! And I was thinking that with a nane like Rosaliac it was gonna be good for rosacea... I wish I could get my money back but I doubt it.[/quote]

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