Us Brits are obsessed with French women. We can't help but envy their uber-chic style and flawless lit from within skin. When it comes to beauty those girls have it down but one thing, in particular, they all seem to have is a shared love for French pharmacy skincare. I decided to pick up a couple of bits from Boots and I can't believe what a difference they've made! It's like I've got new skin! 
la roche posay skincare review blog post
La Roche-Posay Makeup Remover Milk
Recently I've been super lazy with my cleansing and have been searching for something simple that I can use both AM and PM. Not only does this do an amazing job of removing every trace of makeup and thoroughly cleaning your skin but it's also managed to get rid of all of the under the skin bumps that were on my forehead. I'm still not sure if they were acne or a type of skin rash but they were extremely annoying and looked even worse when I wore foundation. I only had to use this once and they literally disappeared! It's a lovely light cleansing milk that spreads really well,  doesn't leave the skin feeling stripped and is super easy to remove. I'm absolutely obsessed with this cleanser and I highly recommend it to anyone with aggravated/sensitive skin!  

La Roche-Posay Toleriane Ultra Fluide
I've heard so many bloggers deem this as the perfect everyday moisturiser and seen as La Roche Posay were running a buy one get one half price offer, I figured now was the perfect time to try it. I started using it alongside the cleanser and long story short this is a beautiful fluid moisturiser that leaves the skin feeling soft and hydrated but not greasy. I find I don't need to use a lot of my serum with this as it's super hydrating and makes a lovely base for makeup. I'm also really enjoying the packaging. The only con is that it costs £17.50 for 40ml which I think is pretty expensive for the amount of product you get. Apart from that, I love everything about this moisturiser and after using it in combination with the cleanser, my skin has honestly never looked better!

Have you tried anything from La Roche Posay? What are your top picks?