With this brand-new formulation, the moisturizing cream aims to restore the skin’s protective barrier with ceramide-3, shea butter and glycerin, as well as support the skin microbiome with prebiotic and postbiotic ingredients that include its prebiotic thermal water, aqua posae filiformis and microresyl.
The lotion also helps to reduce dry rough skin and provides 48-hour hydration.
In addition, adhering to its sustainability efforts, the product’s reformulated bottle is made from 96% recycled plastic and the shea butter is 100% sustainably sourced from Burkina Faso, the company said.
Similar to other products from the brand, La Roche-Posay’s Lipikar AP+M Triple Repair Moisturizing Cream was developed using a formulation charter that has a minimal number of ingredients and has undergone stringent clinical testing for efficacy and safety.
The moisturizing cream is free of fragrances, parabens and minerals; is allergy tested and dermatologist tested for safety; is suitable for sensitive skin and for patients undergoing chemotherapy and radiation; and is non-comedogenic, the company said.
Retailing for $19.99, the Lipikar AP+M Triple Repair Moisturizing Cream is available at select CVS Pharmacy, Walgreens, Target and Ulta Beauty stores, as well as online at laroche-posay.us and Amazon.com.