Uriage is a well-known skincare brand from the French Alps. Their original thermal water is their star product,  it increases hydration by 32%, protects and calms the skin and it is actually present in all of the  products.  It’s recommended for irritations, redness, post-waxing, post-shaving and environmental stress on the skin, it’s also great to refresh, to set powder makeup and get a boost of radiance.

The line contains different ranges for different skin types:

– Xemose: for dry to very dry skin;  for intense hydration and all of the products in it contains no perfume or paraben. The line includes a body cream (29.95$), a face cream (22$), a cleanser (13$), and a thick moisturizer (25$).

– Bariederm:  for stressed skin. The products help to create a barrier between the skin and environmental factors in order to protect it. The line contains a repairing cream (24$) as well as a line and crevice cream (26$).

– Aquaprecis: for dehydrated skin. Restores radiance and brings the right amount of water back to the skin. We love the gel formula that the products have. Among it is a nice refreshing gel for the eyes (33$) and an express intense hydration mask (28$).

– Isofill: for tired skin, anti-aging,  as well as wrinkles and lines. This line has a serum (49$), a moisturizer (49$) and an eye cream (42$).

– Daily care: for all skin types. The cream cleanser (19.95$) is wonderful for gently cleansing the skin (it can also be used in your hair!) and the lip balm (9.95$) will leave your lips smooth and hydrated.

– Hyseac: for oily skin prone to acne. We love the Bi-Stick (18.95$) which helps treat and cover up acne. The Hyseac Mat pore refiner (20$) is also a stand out product since it helps mattify and hydrate the skin.

Uriage products will be available in Quebec as of September 2013 and in the rest of Canada in 2014. Products can be found at Jean Coutu and at Pharmaprix.

For more information visit www.labo-uriage.com

– Genevieve Peeke


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