The 15 best La Roche-Posay products to protect and hydrate your skin - according to our beauty team

These are the best La Roche-Posay products to add to your skincare arsenal...

A selection of the Best La Roche-Posay products including, the La Roche-Posay Retinol B3 Anti-Ageing Serum, La Roche Posay Cicaplast Balm B5 Multipurpose Repairing Balm and the La Roche-Posay Anthelios UVMune 400 Invisible Fluid SPF50+ Sun Cream/ in a pink gradient watercolour, 3-picture template
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Wondering which of the best La Roche-Posay products are worth adding to your skincare routine? Our woman&home beauty team have put over a dozen of the brand's hero formulas to the test - from SPFs to serums - to bring you every drop of skin-loving intel...

After all, you've likely already seen a few of these blue and white bottles cropping up on social media and best skincare product roundups and for good reason. The brand's French pharmacy background means that they focus on skin health before trends and aesthetics, with their formulas geared towards soothing, protecting and repairing, whilst being packed to the brim with hardworking and effective ingredients. 

So, if you're new to the range or want to expand your collection, we've spritzed, dripped and slathered 15 of the most popular LRP products onto our faces - and spoken to a handful of dermatologists and experts - to bring you the inside scoop before you buy. Your skin will thank you (and hopefully, us). 

A selection our favorite La Roche-Posay products

A selection our favorite La Roche-Posay products

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The 15 best La Roche-Posay products to add to your skincare regime

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Whether you're a dry skin sufferer or require targeted treatments, we've rounded up a selection of the most popular and effective La Roche-Posay formulas - from the best hyaluronic acid serums to moisturisers and staple SPFs - all of which have been vetted by our team of beauty experts and by dermatologists alike...

Who tested our La Roche-Posay picks

When it comes to skincare, everyone's needs and preferences differ. You may, for instance, just be on the hunt for a face sunscreen that doesn't disrupt your makeup or, perhaps you're simply looking to add one of the best eye creams into your AM routine. Regardless, it can be helpful to hear how other people - with similar skin types - found using a product before you buy. 

So, if you're curious about which team members put La Roche-Posay's skincare lineup to the test and how their skin types might compare to your own needs, meet the testers below...

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Rhiannon Derbyshire

Rhiannon Derbyshire is the Senior Beauty Editor for woman&home, where she covers matte lipsticks, posh shampoos, and every skincare product imaginable. She is well-versed in all things blemish and acne-related after tackling her own demons. For this piece, she has tested a range of LRP's hero products - from the brand's retinol serum to their SPF options - and has shared her experiences and opinions on whether they're worth the spend.

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Amelia Yeomans

Amelia Yeomans is a Senior Writer at woman&home and specialises in fashion and beauty content, covering everything from nail trends to red carpet events. As someone with combination and acne-prone skin, she has shared her experience with LRP's night cream and face sprays and how they worked with her oilier skin type.

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Naomi Jamieson

Naomi Jamieson is the Digital Beauty Writer at woman&home, where she covers everything from hair to fragrances but specialises in makeup (especially where the term "glowy" is involved), nail trends and all things skin as she, herself, struggles with a sensitive and dry skin type. For this piece, she has tested a range of La Roche-Posay's serums, moisturisers and cleansers and shared how they impacted her skin barrier and why they're now staples in her beauty regime.