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Compelling information on pollution and skin health

Source:Ringier Personal Care     Date:2015-12-02
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Dr. Dominique Moyal, Deputy Scientific Director at La Roche-Posay recommends cleansing with their Micellar Water Cleansing Solution to remove invisible particles, Toleriane Ultra to strengthen skin's protective barrier and any Anthelios product for daily sun protection.

New studies released at this year's World Congress of Dermatology (WCD) by La Roche-Posay show how pollution can lead to accelerated visible signs of aging, especially those with sensitive skin. Known for its research relating to sensitive skin, the company shared compelling information regarding pollution and skin health, and how to prevent future damage.

To further test this, a study was conducted using three-step regimen on 53 Shanghai women with sensitive skin who lived in a highly polluted area. Immediately after use 96% said it was effective, and after four weeks 100% felt their skin was protected.

La Roche-Posay presented the following research at the WCD: Two studies in Germany and China reported an increase in cheek pigment spots due to particulate matter from soot and traffic exhausts. Two studies in Germany and China reported an increase in cheek pigment spots due to particulate matter from soot and traffic exhausts. Over a 5-year period, ozone was strongly linked to wrinkle formation due to antioxidant and collagen depletion. An alarming 12% of 1,600 reporting cities in 91 countries meet the World Health Organization's air pollution guidelines. By using La Roche-Posay cleansers, 95% of polluted particles are eliminated after use.

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